Astronomy: Structure of the Universe ebook
by A.E. Roy
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Roy, A. E. and Clarke, D. Astronomy, structure of the universe, A. Roy, D. Clarke A. Hilger Bristol . . Hilger Bristol 1977. Australian/Harvard Citation. All users of the catalogue should also be aware that certain words, terms or descriptions may be culturally sensitive and may be considered inappropriate today, but may have reflected the author's/creator's attitude or that of the period in which they were written.
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It is a very complete and pleasant book, not in the least because of the many illustrations throughout the book". - Europe and Astronomy Vol. 4, No 2 1990.
It is a very complete and pleasant book, not in the least because of the many illustrations throughout the book".
Astronomy: Structure of the Universe is the second textbook written by Roy and Clarke. The introductory companion volume of this book is Astronomy: Principles and Practice. This volume, Astronomy: Structure of the Universe describes the observable features of the universe. The first part describes our Solar System and its members, giving special attention to the Sun, Earth and Moon. The second part treats the nature of matter and its behavior in stellar bodies and interstellar matter under a wide range of physical conditions.