Curiosities of the Sky

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(4.7 stars; 16 reviews)

Astronomy is known as the oldest of the sciences, and it will be the longest-lived because it will always have arcana that have not been penetrated." - Excerpt from the Preface (5 hr 43 min)


Preface 4:07 Read by Laura Caldwell
Windows of Absolute Night 26:33 Read by Roger Melin
Star-Clouds, Star-Clusters, and Star-Streams 30:26 Read by Roger Melin
Stellar Migrations 26:00 Read by Allyson Hester
The Passing of the Constellations 19:25 Read by Greg Bell
Conflagrations in the Heavens 24:15 Read by J. M. Smallheer
Explosive and Whirling Nebulae 25:05 Read by Greg Bell
The Banners of the Sun 22:42 Read by Greg Bell
The Zodiacal Light Mystery 22:29 Read by Great Plains
Marvels of the Aurora 20:41 Read by Greg Bell
Strange Adventures of Comets 24:19 Read by Greg Bell
Meteors, Fire-Balls, and Meteorites 27:30 Read by Greg Bell
The Wrecking of the Moon 25:47 Read by Allyson Hester
The Great Mars Problem 27:45 Read by Allyson Hester
The Riddle of the Asteroids 16:00 Read by J. M. Smallheer


(5 stars)

really nice book lots of new information things I didn't know before. We'll have to listen to it a few more times got two times up for this one

Some info is still relevant

(5 stars)