by Plait, Philip C.
It's only a matter of time before a cosmic disaster spells the end of the Earth. But how concerned should we about about any of these catastrophic scenarios? And if they do post a danger, can anything be done to stop them? Full description
Einstein's telescope : the hunt for dark matter and dark energy in the universe
You are here : a portable history of the universe
The new solar system : ice worlds, moons, and planets redefined
Gravity's engines : how bubble-blowing black holes rule galaxies, stars, and life in the cosmos
How it began : a time-traveler's guide to the universe
Rocket science for the rest of us : cutting-edge concepts made simple
The end of everything : (astrophysically speaking)
Cosmic queries : StarTalk's guide to who we are, how we got here, and where we're going
The universe in your hand : a journey through space, time, and beyond
Mapping the heavens : the radical scientific ideas that reveal the cosmos
The greatest story ever told--so far : why are we here?
Big bang : the origin of the universe
Stein, Sylvia tribute.
End of the world (Astronomy)
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