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Astronomy is a volatile and exciting field in which new discoveries are made every day which constantly disprove our notions of what we thought to be true. One of the great paradoxes of modern times is that the more scientists understand the natural world, the more we discover that our yesterday beliefs are wrong. From the best-selling author of What if the Moon Didn't Exist?, comes Heavenly Errors - here to clear up misconceptions about the wondrous workings of the universe. What exactly is a black hole? Do you know what causes the seasons to change? What makes the sun shine? Comins, with the participation of thousands of undergratuate students, answers these and 1,500 other misconceptions in a wonderfully accesible tone, which even the least science oriented among us will find easy to understand and fun to read.
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