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The Day We Found the Universe: Book summary and reviews of The Day We Found the Universe by Marcia Bartusiak
The Day We Found the Universe Summary
From one of our most acclaimed science writers: a dramatic narrative of the discovery of the true nature and startling size of the universe, delving back past the moment of revelation to trace the decades of work--by a select group of scientists--that made it possible.
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"Starred Review. Bartusiak reveals the vibrant beginnings of modern astronomy, along with all the dreams and fears, rivalries and triumphs, of those involved." - Publishers Weekly.
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Marcia Bartusiak is an award-winning author whose previous books include Through a Universe Darkly, Thursdays Universe, Einsteins Unfinished Symphony, and Archives of the Universe. Her work has appeared in such publications as National Geographic, Smithsonian, Discover, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. She teaches in the graduate program in science writing at MIT and lives in Sudbury, Massachusetts, with her husband.
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