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Cosmos

著者: Carl Sagan
出版商: New York : Random House, ©1980.
版本/格式:   图书 : 英语 : 1st ed查看所有的版本和格式
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This book is about science in its broadest human context, how science and civilization grew up together. It is the story of our long journey of discovery and the forces and individuals who helped to shape modern science, including Democritus, Hypatia, Kepler, Newton, Huygens, Champollion, Lowell and Humason. The book also explores spacecraft missions of discovery of the nearby planets, the research in the Library of  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Einführung
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所有的著者/提供者: Carl Sagan
ISBN: 0394502949 9780394502946 0394715969 9780394715964
OCLC号码: 6280573
注意: Based on C. Sagan's 13-part television series.
描述: xvi, 365 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
内容: The shores of the cosmic ocean --
One voice in the cosmic fugue --
The harmony of worlds --
Heaven and hell --
Blues for a red planet --
Travelers' tales --
The backbone of night --
Travels in space and time --
The lives of the stars --
The edge of forever --
The persistence of memory --
Encyclopaedia galactica --
Who speaks for Earth? --
Appendix 1. Reductio ad absurdum and the square root of two --
Appendix 2. The five Pythagorean solids.
其他题名: Cosmos (Television program)
责任: Carl Sagan.
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This book is about science in its broadest human context, how science and civilization grew up together. It is the story of our long journey of discovery and the forces and individuals who helped to shape modern science, including Democritus, Hypatia, Kepler, Newton, Huygens, Champollion, Lowell and Humason. The book also explores spacecraft missions of discovery of the nearby planets, the research in the Library of ancient Alexandria, the human brain, Egyptian hieroglyphics, the origin of life, the death of the Sun, the evolution of galaxies and the origins of matter, suns and worlds. The author retraces the fifteen billion years of cosmic evolution that have transformed matter into life and consciousness, enabling the cosmos to wonder about itself. He considers the latest findings on life elsewhere and how we might communicate with the beings of other worlds.

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Introduction 1 - The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean 2 - One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue 3 - The Harmony of the Worlds 4 - Heaven and Hell 5 - Blues for a Red Planet 6 - Travelers' Tales 7 - The Backbone of Night 8 - Travels in Space and Time 9 - The Lives of the Stars 10 - The Edge of Forever 11 - The Persistence of Memory 12 - Encyclopaedia Galactica 13 - Who Speaks for Earth? Appendix 1: Reductio ad Absurdum and the Square Root of Two Appendix 2: The Five Pythagorean Solids For Further Reading Index

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