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Astronomy: A Physical Perspective

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This revised and updated comprehensive introduction to astronomical objects and phenomena applies basic physical principles to a variety of situations. The books balances theory with the right amount of mathematics.

It examines the past, present and future states of the universe; and final chapters use the concepts that have been developed to study the solar system, its formation; the possibility of finding other planetary systems; and the search for extraterrestrial life.