TO THE ENDS OF THE UNIVERSE by Isaac Asimov
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TO THE ENDS OF THE UNIVERSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This fascinating and complete account of the nature of the universe from thee earth and solar systems to distant quasars could be one of the better Asimov books for the juvenile audience. Easily more readable and entertaining than Adler's The stars (which is one of the few books comparable in scope and level), it is quite up to date including discoveries until 1965, the more recent being integrated into theories of the universe which appeared in the early 1900's. The junior high audience will find a wealth of information effectively presented.
Pub Date: Oct. 15th, 1967
Publisher: Walker
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1st, 1967




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