Once upon a time, the young Albert Einstein tried to imagine what it would be like to ride on a beam of light and what the universe would look like to that observer. Read morePublished 12 months ago by LastRanger
When I saw that there was a revised version out of Carl Sagan's wonderful book COMET, even though it is in paperback, I hurried to snatch it up. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Glen V. Mcintyre
Druyan co-wrote Sagan's Cosmos series, and she is just as brilliant in her own way as the great scientist is in his.
A terrific exposition.and a marvelous read.
Carl Sagan's book could not keep my attention. It was a required read for my kid, and I tried to read it as well...and couldn'tPublished 21 months ago by Christopher C Santo
In Comet, describes the history and science of comets.
The book is divided into three main sections: (1) The Nature of Comets - which covers the cultural history with... Read more
Sagan, along with co-writer Ann Druyan takes a look at what comets are, where they come from, and how they affect things around them. Read morePublished on September 2, 2007 by Blue Tyson
Beware when you order this. Amazon advertises this as a hardback, but the ISBN is [also] for the paperback version.Published on August 31, 2007 by Skylark Red
To whom it may concern,
When I began to read this book Comet, I was not all excited. Granted I don't pretend to be a fanatic reader or astronomer but if a book has the... Read more
As an interested layman when it comes to astronomy, I looked forward to reading this book. Given Carl Sagan's well-deserved reputation as one of the world's best communicators... Read morePublished on December 9, 2003 by A. H. M. Creemers