Published May 10, 2005 by The Johns Hopkins University Press .
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Nature in the Round—editor, for WeidenfeldAlma mater: Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. My book is specifically about objects in space that can damage us in some way – asteroid impacts, solar flares, black holes, galaxies colliding, stars exploding and all the fun violent stuff in the universe.
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Fine Theoretical Physics Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MNUSA Abstract UMN–TH–/10 FTPI–MINN–10/03 January Four lectures on Big Bang cosmology, including microwave background radi. The serenity of a clear night sky belies the evidence—gathered by balloons, rockets, satellites, and telescopes—that the universe contains centers of furious activity that pour out vast amounts of energy, some in regular cycles and some in gigantic bursts.
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