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Building on a long tradition of effective pedagogy and comprehensive coverage The Cosmic Perspective Sixth Edition provides the most engaging and up to date introduction to astronomy for non science majors The text provides a wealth of features to help enhance student skill building including new Visual Skills Check end of chapter uestions Obviously I didn t fully read this but when you spend hours dedicated to reading something even only large chunks of it it feels so unfa

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The Cosmic Perspective

That provide an opportunity for students to test their visual interpretation skills new Cosmic Context Figures that help students synthesize key concepts and processes and a new comprehensive visual overview of scale to help students explore the scale of time and space The Sixth Edition has also been fully updated to include the latest astr This was a reuired book for my Intro to Astronomy I and Astronomy class I thought this book was interesting enough to sit through my cla

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Onomical observations research and theoretical developments The text is supported by the most robust package of instructor Two volumes of this text are also availableThe Cosmic Perspective The Solar System Sixth Edition includes Chapters 1 13 24The Cosmic Perspective Stars Galaxies and Cosmology Sixth Edition includes Chapters 1 6 S2 S4 14 Reality provides us with facts so romantic that imagination itself could add nothing to them Jules VerneThe difference between astrono


10 thoughts on “The Cosmic Perspective

  1. says:

    Probably the first textbook I ever sat down and read from cover to cover and I was not even in the classThis book

  2. says:

    A truly wonderful and comprehensive introduction to astronomy and cosmology Great for anyone interested in the ualitative side of the universe though there are great separate sections that explain the mathematics as well This was a perfect start for a self study course in cosmology

  3. says:

    Obviously I didn't fully read this but when you spend hours dedicated to reading something even only large chunks of it it feels so unfair not to include it in your book goal despite not reading it cover to cover Still feel

  4. says:

    This might be the best textbook I read in my university career one of the few worth reading from cover to cover Anyone looking to i

  5. says:

    Read this book for my intro to astronomy class which was a lab class that I enjoyed This book gives you the infor

  6. says:

    This was a reuired book for my Intro to Astronomy I and Astronomy class I thought this book was interesting enough to sit through my

  7. says:

    This is an excellent textbook Its readable relates to the real world reader with excellent graphics pictures and associated animations to clarify material The designation of some chapters S1 S2 Etc was a bit confusing; just number them like a

  8. says:

    Reality provides us with facts so romantic that imagination itself could add nothing to them Jules VerneThe difference between astronomy and astrology lies not simply one being a scientific discipline while the other is not The greater difference is that astronomy represents the triumph of human imagination All the apparent symbols

  9. says:

    In terms of textbooks really not a bad read Actually if I'm honest this is the only textbook I have ever actually read through And when I say r

  10. says:

    One of THE best textbooks I have ever encountered across a wide range of subjects Used it for an undergrad Intro to Astronomy course One of the few textbooks I have actually read than half of and enjoyed Extremely interesting content presented in a straight forward and entertaining way The structure of book and the way things are

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