The public was stunned by the Hubble s spectacular colour pictures of remote stars and galaxies when they were published in newspapers. Now for the first time, these stunning images are published alongside a concise narrative which sets the images in perspective and explains in clear and accessible terms how they are changing astronomers concepts of the cosmos and what that means for the rest of us.
Dr Tom Wilkie has been Features Editor of New Scientist and Science Editor of the Independent. He has twice won the Glaxo/Association of British Science Writers Award for writing about science.Mark Rosselli was News Editor of three national newspapers and Assistant Editor of the Observer until he left to become a writer.
Visions of Heaven by Tom Wilkie
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