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The Collapsing Universe. The Story of Black Holes by Asimov  Isaac - First  Edition - 1977 - from Gilt Edge Books and Biblio.co.uk

The Collapsing Universe. The Story of Black Holes

by Asimov Isaac

Condition: Very Good/Very Good


New York: Walker and Company, 1977. Isaac Asimov explores the implications of black holes. As questions are probed, he takes the reader on an engaging tour from the atom's innermost core to the outermost reaches of the universe introducing remarkable phenomena from photons, etc, etc. to wormholes and white holes. This is the most important book on astronomy by this author since "The Universe". A bright sound book in an illustrated dust jacket. Dust jacket inside flap shows deep crease. A sound most serviceable copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.




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