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10 Books on Astrophysics That Will Make You Neil deGrasse Tyson-Smart
When she learned about a conference dedicated to their hero, the legendary physicist John Wheeler, twenty-one-year-old Gefter realized that journalists would have unlimited access to the conference—and might even be able to talk to the great man himself. Not a journalist? Not a problem. Faking her credentials, Gefter snuck herself and her father into the symposium—and unwittingly embarked on a prestigious and far-ranging career that would bring her into contact with the biggest names and ideas in the field. We know that visible matter only accounts for about four percent of our universe; the thing is, we have absolutely no idea what makes up the rest. As much about the behind-the-scenes maneuvering betrayals! Big Bang: The Origin of the Universe , by Simon Singh: Big Bang is a clear and accessible history of the Big Bang theory—an idea we take for granted now, but that has a long, complicated, and fascinating history.
Philip Plait, astronomer and author of the acclaimed Bad Astronomy blog, gives us a superbly informative beginner's guide to the galaxy.
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How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming
Astronomy, physics, space, oh my! Ever since I was a kid, I've been obsessed with outer space , reveling in information about our solar system and galaxy. I tend to keep track of meteor showers better than I do of my own everyday tasks, and I definitely have accurately measured and placed constellations made of glow-in-the-dark stickers on my ceiling. If you didn't think I was a space nerd yet, I'm not ashamed to admit I'm a member at my local planetarium, and I go there so often I know the museum like the back of my favorite book. Speaking of books, there are about as many incredible books on space as there are stars in the sky — well, OK, not quite as many, but there are a ton to choose from!