Hundred Greatest Stars

Hundred Greatest Stars

Book - 2002
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While there are guides to the visible sky, this is the first book to encompass the most important stars known in the universe at a level accessible to the layperson. The noted astronomer James Kaler takes us on a tour of the 100 most interesting stars, describing their characteristics and importance in words and vivid pictures. James B. Kaler is an internationally recognized expert on stars and their formation. A professor of astronomy at the University of Illinois, he is the author of "Stars and Their Spectra" (Cambridge), "Stars" (Freeman/Scientific American Library), "Cosmic Clouds" (Freeman/Scientific American Library), and numerous articles for popular and professional astronomy magazines.
Publisher: New York, NY : Copernicus Books : 2002
ISBN: 9780387954363
0387954368
Branch Call Number: 523.8 K124h
Characteristics: 213p illus

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