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Are Not We Very Specific Now! How Many Books Do You Want Me You Send You Over E-mail? How About A Few Hundred Covering Different Astrophysics Topics?

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Posted by Astrophysicist on June 26, 1998 16:57:08 UTC

Look pal. Astrophysics covers everything from the formation of stars to black holes to relativity, and even touches offwith quantum mechanics at some points. Probably the best book on physics- including astrophysics-that I've ever read is Kip Thorne's book Black Holes and Time Warps: Einstein's Outrageous Legacy. But a better starting book is Stephen Hawking's book A Brief History of Time. If you want anything else,read some of the stuff on this page. There's a lot of good info.

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