Simply Hawking!

Rüdiger Vaas

€14.99

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    211x148x14mm (LxWxH)
    Cover/Layout 58 colour drawings, 5 bw-drawings
    Pages: 128
    EAN: 9783440156247
    Art.-No.: 15624
    What was before the Big Bang? Why are black holes black? Can we travel into the past? Rüdiger Vaas sheds the proverbial light on darkness for the 75th birthday of Stephen Hawking. With amusing text, he gets to the bottom of the big mysteries of science and explains in easily understood terms Hawking’s fascinating thoughts. Plus, smart illustrations show what is behind the ideas of the ingenious researcher. A stimulating journey through Hawking’s wonderful universe.

    About the author

    Rüdiger Vaas

    Rüdiger Vaas is scientific reporter and astronomy and physics editor of the popular monthly magazine ‘Pictures of Science’. He is an accomplished connoisseur of modern cosmology, a subject on which he has published several books and lectures worldwide.
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