Wonders of the Universe by Brian Cox

Wonders of the Universe

Professor Brian Cox is back with another insightful and mind-blowing exploration of space. This time he shows us our universe as we've never seen it before....

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Wonders of the Universe Reviews

  • Rachel
    Absolutely amazing. I Kinda want to marry him......
  • Jim Whitefield
    Having watched the four part TV series, I was delighted to acquire the accompanying book which is in four parts, matching the TV series. Professor Cox has a way of explaining the complex in the most simple of terms and I loved every moment of my read. I learned more from this one book regarding the ...
  • Book
    Wonders of the Universe by Brian Cox and Andrew Cohen"Wonders of the Universe " is the wonderful book that enthusiastically explains the universe by examining the laws of physics here on Earth. What sets this book apart is Professor Cox's innate ability to make the wonders of the universe accessible...
  • Gary
    If you enjoyed the show, you will enjoy the book. If you haven't seen the show, you might still enjoy the book, but you might also wonder why there are so many darkly vignetted photos of the sillouete of the author standing with his back turned to the camera, looking at stuff. It is a little cheesy,...
  • Katya
    one of the best book on cosmology I have ever read. Young British professor Brian Cox explaines the most complex and mysterious things such as the Big Bang Itself in a very simple language, sometimes even using highscool physics course experiments as an illustration. The book is beautifully illustra...
  • Alazzar
    The layout of this book is perfect for the individual with a fleeting attention span (e.g., me): there are lots of pictures, not to mention the occasional page that contains no more text than a single, giant-font sentence. These little "coffee breaks" are properly spaced to ensure that, any time my ...
  • Vlad
    Wonders of the Universe (Brian Cox)- Highlight Loc. 103-4 | Added on Monday, December 02, 2013, 02:21 PMOn Christmas Eve 1968, Apollo 8 passed into the darkness behind the Moon, and Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and William Anders became the first humans in history to lose sight of Earth.==========Wonder...
  • Tapasya
    What a Delightful Book ...
  • Noah Goats
    Engaging and accessible, this is a pretty good introduction to the past present and future of our universe. It’s a tie in with a BBC tv show (which I have not seen) and this fact distorts the book in odd ways. For tv the author needed to make sure he had interesting images of places around the ...

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