3 Free Astronomy eBooks

| March 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

So, since it’s been a while since I dug up some interesting eBooks, let’s look at some free astronomy books. Below you can find the 3 free eBooks, including short descriptions. For the links, click on the corresponding images. As always, for more free eBooks visit our free book section and the free astronomy book section.

Cover Description
From the Big Bang to the evolution of humans and the resignation of Richard Nixon, an astronomer offers a highly irreverent, historically entertaining, and scientifically correct overview of the most important cosmic milestones since the beginning of time.
Lecture notes on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Includes over 40 pages of theory, illustrative pictures and homework. Recommended for students.
The Hubble Space Telescope (HST), in its thirteen years of operation, has allowed us to observe properties of the universe humans have been able, until very recently, to probe only with their thoughts. This review presents a brief summary of a few of the highlights of HST discoveries, discusses their physical implications, and identifies unsolved problems. A broad range of topics is covered, from our own solar system to cosmology.



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