6 edition of Beyond the Edge of the Universe found in the catalog.
November 6, 2001
by Xlibris Corporation
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
The universe is an enigma. Why is it here? Why is it so dangerous? Is there anything beyond it? How can we find out when we can't even see the edge of our universe? Many sources have proposed solutions to this interesting question. The explanation has actually been around for a long time, but it has been generally misunderstood, overlooked, suppressed and denigrated, although never . Get this from a library! Edge of the universe: a voyage to the cosmic horizon and beyond. [Paul Halpern] -- Explaining what we know about the Big Bang, the accelerating universe, dark energy, dark flow and dark matter, a physicist and popular science writer examines some of the theories about the nature of.
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As Beyond the Edge begins, Dr. Abe Anderson (Sean Maher) is already well over a decade deep on his mission to explore the edge of the known universe. Each day has become mundane and habitual as Abe and fellow traveler, Lt. Colonel Harold Richards (Casper Van Dien) manage their lives in . Get this from a library! Deep space: beyond the solar system to the edge of the universe and the beginning of time. [Govert Schilling] -- "Govert Schilling explores the mysteries of space that lie beyond our solar system on this mind-bending trip to nebulae, galaxies, black holes, and the edge of the observable universe"--Publisher's.
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Edge of the Universe: A Voyage to the Cosmic Horizon and Beyond explores these mysteries and more. It offers a passport to the frontiers of contemporary cosmology, examining the latest discoveries and debates in the scientific quest to unravel the mysteries of the universe/5(63).
The Galaxy's Edge Universe is established by the nine book series of the same name, and follows the Galaxy's spiral into chaos at the hands of Galactic Republic officials and an enigmatic, would-be emperor with a dark power from beyond the Edge, intent on saving a corrupt galaxy-spanning civilization from itself.
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