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The Stars in their Courses
The Stars in their Courses
Author: Isaac Asimov
Seventeen essays that originally appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1969 and 1970. — How Much Does the Earth Weigh? The answer is simple. The Earth is in free fall and, like any object in free fall, it is responding in full to the gravitational fields to which it is subject. It is not "attempting" to make any further respo...  more »
ISBN: 71763
Publication Date: 7/1972
Pages: 218
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Publisher: Ace
Book Type: Paperback
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Asimov's writing isn't stuffy and he makes these normally eggheaded subjects interesting. His touch of humor helps make the essays accessible and fun to read even if you couldn't care less about how the elements of the periodic table got their names.