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Credits & Sources


Book Credits:

  • Calder, Nigel. Einstein's Universe. 154 pp., hardcover. Viking Press, 1979.

  • Hawking, Stephen W. A Brief History of Time. 198 pp., hardcover. Bantam Books, 1988.

  • Hawking, Stephen W. Black Holes & Baby Universes. 182 pp., hardcover. Bantam Books, 1993.

  • Moore, Patrick. Stars and Planets. 112 pp., hardcover. Exeter Books, 1987.

  • Thorne, Kip S. Black Holes & Time Warps. 619 pp., hardcover. W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1994.

  • Yenne, Bill. The Atlas of the Solar System. 192 pp., hardcover. Brompton Books Corporation, 1987.

  • Time Life Books. Comets, Asteroids, and Meteors from Voyage Through the Universe. 144 pp. hardcover. Time Life Books, Inc., 1990.

  • Time Life Books. The Sun from Voyage Through the Universe. 144 pp. hardcover. Time Life Books, Inc., 1990.

  • Time Life Books. Stars from Voyage Through the Universe. 144 pp. hardcover. Time Life Books, Inc., 1990.

 

Internet Credits:

Active Galaxies: Quasars, Blazars and Other Galactic Oddballs

American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO)

Black Holes & the Mysteries of the Cosmos

Cause of the Characteristics of Quasars

Chandra Dark Matter Mystery

Falling Into a Black Hole

Future Astronauts of America Galaxies Page

Imagine the Universe - Dark Matter

The Naked Singularity

The Nine Planets

Pulsars - Universal Wonders

Princeton Pulsar Group

Quasars

Quasars - The Light Fantastic

The Search for Black Holes

The Search for Extrasolar Planets

SEDS Star Clusters Page

Spacetime Wrinkles