Hubble Vision

Hubble Vision

Astronomy With the Hubble Space Telescope

Book - 1995
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The refurbished Hubble Space Telescope has revealed spectacular and intriguing details in every object it has turned its acute gaze upon. What discoveries has the HST made so far? And how does this telescope actually work? This lavishly illustrated volume is the first to answer these questions in a complete review of the most exciting science to come from the Hubble Space Telescope. From the local Solar System and nearby stars, to the most distant quasars and early Universe, this volume presents a superb collection of the most dramatic images taken by the HST, supported by a lively and informative, but non-technical guide. Hubble Vision offers a view of the Universe as never seen before and will capture the imagination of all those interested in the astronomical quest of understanding our Universe - from the general reader and amateur astronomer through to the professional scientist.
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1995.
ISBN: 9780521496438
Branch Call Number: 522.2919 Petersen
Characteristics: xx, 252 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,29 cm.
Additional Contributors: Brandt, John C.


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