Cosmos : possible worlds

by Druyan, Ann, 1949-

Format: Print Book 2020
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This sequel to Carl Sagan's blockbuster continues the electrifying journey through space and time, connecting with worlds billions of miles away and envisioning a future of science tempered with wisdom.

Based on National Geographic's internationally-renowned television series, this groundbreaking and visually stunning book explores how science and civilization grew up together. From the emergence of life at deep-sea vents to solar-powered starships sailing through the galaxy, from the Big Bang to the intricacies of intelligence in many life forms, acclaimed author Ann Druyan documents where humanity has been and where it is going, using her unique gift of bringing complex scientific concepts to life. With evocative photographs and vivid illustrations, she recounts momentous discoveries, from the Voyager missions in which she and her husband, Carl Sagan, participated to Cassini-Huygens's recent insights into Saturn's moons. This breathtaking sequel to Sagan's masterpiece explains how we humans can glean a new understanding of consciousness here on Earth and out in the cosmos--again reminding us that our planet is a pale blue dot in an immense universe of possibility.
Additional Information
Subjects Cosmos (Television program : 2014- )
Astronomy -- Popular works.
Solar system.
Publisher Washington, D.C. :2020
Language English
Notes Companion text to television series of same title.
"The sequel to Carl Sagan's beloved classic"--Dust jacket.
Description 383 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 376) and index.
ISBN 9781426219085
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