Books about Astronomy and Astrophysics that Are Worth Reading

Books about Astronomy and Astrophysics that Are Worth Reading

The books are one of the best friends, and the books about astronomy is occupied the most important place in our lives (those people who can’t imagine their life without space). If you would like to discover the mysterious phenomena such as “Universe”, then you should read these books absolutely.

  1. “A Brief History of Time”

A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes is a popular-science book on cosmology (the study of the universe) by British physicist Stephen Hawking. It was first published in 1988. Hawking wrote the book for nonspecialist readers with no prior knowledge of scientific theories. The first place is the Hawking’s book, because this the most successful one of the books about astronomy.

  1. “The Planet Factory”

The author of this book is Elizabeth Tasker. In this book you may read about Exoplanets and the Search for a Second Earth. Astrophysicist Elizabeth Tasker explores what scientists currently know about the mysterious distant planets beyond the solar system.

  1. “See It with a Small Telescope”

“See It with a Small Telescope” is a fun read for those just getting familiar with their new telescope. [Whether you enjoy looking at planets, star clusters, the moon, nebulas or something else, there are a range of fun things to seek out using this book] The author is Will Kalif.

  1. “100 Things to See in the Night Sky”

The book author is Dean Regas, an astronomer and public outreach educator at the Cincinnati Observatory in Ohio. 100 Things to See in the Night Sky gives you a clear picture of what you can see on any given night, either using a small telescope, or just your naked eye.

  1. “The Zoomable Universe”

In The Zoomable Universe, the award-winning astrobiologist Caleb Scharf and the acclaimed artist Ron Miller take us on an epic tour through all known scales of reality, from the largest possible magnitude to the smallest.

So, do not miss the opportunity to get more and more information related to the Universe, because this is the only thing that remains mystery.