A Field Guide to Deep-Sky Objects is the astrophysics, space science and astronomy book that tells the secrets of the lookup the stars, star systems, and galaxies. Mike Inglis is the author of this remarkable book. This is the updated second edition of the book that contains new and updated chapters of the readers. Mike did the magnificent job by putting all of his efforts to make space science easy and simple for the readers. It is an ultimate guide to galaxies, star systems, and stars.
Einstein’s Cosmos is the space science, relativity physics, astronomy and astrophysics which discusses the evolution in the universe. Michio Kaku is the bestselling author in the New York Times. He is the most popular author who wrote a different book in the sciences and physics. Ten million copies of his books are sold in the worldwide. This time, Michio open his account on the research of a world greatest scientist Alert Einstein. He is known as the father of modern physics and Einstein introduce the world with man possibilities. The journey of Einstein begins with an apple when he discovers the gravitational force.
Just by using simple pictures Einstein able to lead a revolution in science and physics. How Einstein gives the theory of relativity just by racing a beam of light. What is E-mc2 and how much we can go deeper into the universe by using this equation? How the universe came into being? What is the role of big bang theory in the creation of universe? How black holes are covered and how they become a path towards another universe. Is there any other planet where a human can live or it’s just earth? This is an amazing book to read for everyone.
Turn Left at Orion is the applied physics, astronomy and astrophysics book that tells people how to observe a host of celestial wonders. Guy Consolmagno and Dan M. Davis are the authors of this tremendous book. He is the bestselling author in New York Times. This is the updated fifth edition of the book that contains the latest techniques to observe the stars. Almost 150,000 copies of this book are sold worldwide since its first publication. It is one of the most popular books in the history of astronomy so far. Guy provide each and everything in detail that is easy to understand for everyone.
There is no prior knowledge and experience required to understand this book. It’s time to learn how to observe a host of celestial wonders like an expert. Find out the different techniques to use a small telescope to look up at the objects of the deep sky. This new edition contains the new star names with proper images and tables. Guy writes the wide chapters on Northern and Southern Hemisphere objects that make everything easy for the readers. Find the best techniques to generate maximum productivity from modern telescope technology. All this and much more you will find out in this guide.
“The Science of Interstellar, 1st Edition” is a necessary book for anyone that has been to the cinema to see the movie Interstellar. The Science of Interstellar is written by the author Kip Thorne. He has written numerous science books and all of them are interesting and worth reading. In this book, Tip Throne describes what are the well-established science and what are the speculations behind the movie Interstellar. This book takes you back to the movie and explains the many aspects of science that this movie touched on. Such as biology and geophysics behind the dooms-day scenario at the start of the movie.
He also reveals the astrophysics and gravitational physics of black holes, the science of the planets and the scientific speculations on wormholes and quantum gravity. Furthermore, it includes explanations of many of the complicated theories behind the movie and how they used science to make it as accurate as possible. The Science of Interstellar is concise and easy to read the book, so it will engage the readers from start to end of the page. All in all, The Science of Interstellar is an essential book for the enthusiast who wishes to know the nitty-gritty of Interstellar and the basics of astrophysics.
“Welcome to the Universe: An Astrophysical Tour” is a great book, managing to be both hugely informative and entertaining. It is undoubtedly the best and most comprehensive book. Neil deGrasse Tyson, Michael Strauss and J. Richard Gott are the authors of this amazing book. This is essentially a quick primer on astrophysics, written in a clear and easy to understand manner without dumping down the contents. The book covers fun topics including black holes, warp drives, solar systems, galaxies, multiverses, superstring theory, M-theory, unique star types, space colonization, and time travel along with equations with basic algebra concepts explained throughout. “Welcome to the Universe” is a concise and accessible summary of the state of human knowledge on Astrophysics. Neil deGrasse Tyson is obviously the most famous author of the three and a renowned communicator of science, and this book shows why.
It deals with pretty advanced subjects, including M-theory, black holes, string theory, etc., but manages to distil them to a level accessible to anyone who has had some science in high school or college. They also make good use of diagrams and illustrations. In some ways, this book is the heir apparent to Stephen Hawking’s “The Universe in a Nutshell.” It would make for a great holiday gift for anyone interested in astronomy. This book is as enjoyable a read as it is informative and easy to consume. A great overview of the state of play in astrophysics with very recent information and discoveries.
“We Are Not Free” is a story of love, loss, heartbreak, and unbreakable bonds. This novel is written by Traci Chee . This is a gorgeous story about how life doesn’t always work out the way we want it to, but if we’re willing, we can still make it a great life. It is a good compelling story, engaging, and easy to read. This is the perfect holiday novel, you can pick it up and get straight back into the story. The novel ” We Are Not Free” is an enjoyable story that moves along at a good pace. It is not too quickly, but at a pace that keeps the reader engaged waiting to discover the outcome. It has a satisfactory ending which is a little predictable but ties up all the loose ends.