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The Sounds of the Cosmos
by Mario Díaz, Gabriela González and Jorge Pullin
by Or Graur
by Jillian Scudder
by Linda Schweizer
Foreword by Dava Sobel
Moving Planets Around
by Javier Roa, Adrian S. Hamers, Maxwell X. Cai and Nathan W. C. Leigh
Alice and Bob Meet the Wall of Fire
Edited by Thomas Lin
Foreword by Sean Carroll
by Clifford V. Johnson
Foreword by Frank Wilczek
by Harry Collins
Working on Mars
by William J. Clancey
by Betty Ann Holtzmann Kevles