|Dec12-06, 06:16 PM||#1|
Book reference required
Is there any book that can be read as an alternative to the 'Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Sun'? I have not been able to buy the above but wanted to know if there are any other books that might have the same information.
|Dec19-06, 09:09 PM||#2|
Well, try reading "Nearest Star: The Surprising Science of Our Sun." It's a very simple straight-forward book. It also has some history of the sun as well (ex: recent sunspots, records of solar flares, etc). If you wanna probe a little deeper, you could try "Journey from the Center of the Sun" that gives you a layer by layer description of what the sun is theoritically composed of.
Hope they help... :)
|Dec21-06, 05:41 PM||#3|
Thanks for replying. I brought the Cambridge book itself. Got it thru an online book store.
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