The beginning of time has always been a basic question for any undergraduate student, and it is also a question that intrigues current researchers in astronomy. This text provides an introduction to current thought in this expanding field by presenting the excitement of the latest discoveries in the larger context of cosmic evolution. The distinguished contributors are leading researchers at the cutting edge of their fields, and they excel in explaining these subjects to a general audience. Contributors include Fred C. Adams, Alan Dressler, Alexei V. Filippenko, Andrei Linde, Christopher P. McCay, Virginia Trimble, and Edward L. Wright.Clow, G. D., McKay, C. P., Simmons, G. M., Jr., and Wharton, R. A., Jr. 1988. Climatological observations ... Statistical geometry of tRNA provides an answer. Science 244: 673-679. ... Space Science Review 38: 35-87. Friedmann, E. I. 1982.
|Title||:||The Origin and Evolution of the Universe|
|Author||:||Ben Zuckerman, Matthew Arnold Malkan|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 1996|