The Galaxy

The Galaxy

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Defending the Galaxy

Defending the Galaxy

Year 2522. Oh.

Author: Maria V. Snyder

Publisher: Maria V. Snyder

ISBN: 9781946381033

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 477

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Year 2522. Oh. My. Stars. Junior Officer Ara Lawrence here, reporting for duty. Again. It's situation critical for the security team and everyone in the base - including my parents - with a new attack from the looters imminent, a possible galaxy-wide crime conspiracy and an unstoppable alien threat. But this all pales in the face of my mind-blowing discovery about the Q-net. Of course, no one believes me. I'm not sure I believe me. It could just be a stress-induced delusion. That's what my parents seem to believe... Their concern for me is hampering my ability to do my job. I know they love me, but with the Q-net in my corner, I'm the only one who can help the security team beat the shadowy aliens from the pits we discovered. We're holding them at bay, for now, but the entire Milky Way Galaxy is in danger of being overrun. With battles on too many fronts, it's looking dire. But one thing I've learned is when people I love are in jeopardy, I'll never give up trying to save them. Not until my dying breath. Which could very well be today...
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Smarties Guide to the Galaxy

Smarties Guide to the Galaxy

But what do you need to know if you are going to live in space? This is youe survival guide, telling you how to move around in zero gravity, and how to grow food on a spaceship, for example.

Author: Michael Powell

Publisher: Constable

ISBN: 1841196258

Category: Life on other planets

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Now we know there really are other stars that have planets as well as our sun. But what do you need to know if you are going to live in space? This is youe survival guide, telling you how to move around in zero gravity, and how to grow food on a spaceship, for example. It also tells you what an alien might really look like - will they have antennae? Three hands? Will they be as tall as a house? Will they be very fierce? Plus it includes other facts and helpful ideas about life in space.
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The Galaxy

The Galaxy

Of all the monthly magazines which come under our observation , we con . sider “
The Galaxy " the very best . —Daily Argus , Rock Island , Ill . THE GALAXY 1874
FOR THE GALAXY Is now admitted to be the Best Literary Magazine in America ...

Author: Mark Twain

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The Chemical Evolution of the Galaxy

The Chemical Evolution of the Galaxy

This book is based partly on a. lecture course given at the University of Tri este, but mostly on my own research experience in the field of galactic chemical evolution.

Author: Francesca Matteucci

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0792365526

Category: Science

Page: 285

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This book is based partly on a. lecture course given at the University of Tri este, but mostly on my own research experience in the field of galactic chemical evolution. The subject of galactic chemical evolution was started and developed by Beat rice Tinsley in the seventies and now is a flourishing subject. This book is dedi cated to the chemical evolution of our Galaxy and aims at giving an up-to-date review of what we have learned since Tinsley's pioneering efforts. At the time of writing, in fact, books of this kind were not available with the exception of the excellent book by Bernard Pagel on "Nucleosynthesis and Chemical Evolution of Galaxies" (Cambridge University Press, 1997), and the subject of galactic chem ical evolution has appeared only as short chapters in books devoted to other subjects. Therefore, I felt that a book of this kind could be useful. The book summarizes the observational facts which allow us to reconstruct the chemical history of our Galaxy, in particular the abundances in stars and in terstellar medium; in the last decade, a great deal of observational work, mostly abundance determinations in stars in the solar vicinity, has shed light on the pro duction and distribution of chemical elements. Even more recently more abun dance data have accumulated for external galaxies at both low and high redshift, thus providing precious information on the chemical evolution of different types of galaxies and on the early stages of galaxy evolution.
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DK Readers L2 Lego Star Wars Free the Galaxy

DK Readers L2  Lego Star Wars  Free the Galaxy

Level 2 is for children who have started to read alone, but still need some help. The books have more words than Level 1, slightly longer sentences that are still simple in construction, and slightly smaller type.

Author: Dk Publishing

Publisher: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)

ISBN: 1465437940

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Who can stand up to Darth Vader and the Empire? What does it take to be a Rebel? Learn all about the cool characters fighting for freedom in a galaxy far far away and join them for amazing quests and breathtaking battles in DK Reader Level 2: LEGO® Star Wars®: Free the Galaxy. Level 2 is for children who have started to read alone, but still need some help. The books have more words than Level 1, slightly longer sentences that are still simple in construction, and slightly smaller type. Additional information spreads are full of extra fun facts and topic-related activities to make and do. The stories are slightly more complex than those in Level 1. LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick and Knob configurations and the Minifigure are trademarks of the LEGO Group. © 2015 The LEGO Group. Produced by DK Publishing under license from the LEGO Group. © & TM 2015 LUCASFILM LTD.
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The Galaxy

The Galaxy

Mr. Grant White is in charge of no department of The Galaxy, which is entirely in
charge of its conductors. Neither did he give this department its name. It was
called " Nebulae," and 8o printed and published before he wrote a line for The ...

Author: William Conant Church

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ISBN: UOM:39015013754174

Category: American literature

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The Galactic Battles of the Galaxy Defenders

The Galactic Battles of the Galaxy Defenders

The Galaxy Defenders' mothership blasted out of hyperspace, followed by the
rest of the Galaxy Defenders' army. It was right in front of Earth. The Galaxy
Defenders were going to try to free Earth before the Empire put mind-controlling
devices ...

Author: Anders Rains Bruce

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595188543

Category: Fiction

Page: 179

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The Galaxy Defenders is a group that helps the Galactic Government protect the known universe. However, the members of the Defenders have their hands full when a few powerful Empires come to power From the destruction of the gigantic Planet Blasters to the the final battle at Capital Planet, this book tells of the early struggles of the Galaxy Defenders to defend the Galactic Government and the known universe.
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Will Destroy the Galaxy for Cash

Will Destroy the Galaxy for Cash

Will Destroy the Galaxy for Cash is the follow up tale to Will Save the Galaxy for Food from the mind of writer Yahtzee Croshaw (Mogworld, Jam, Differently Morphous).

Author: Yahtzee Croshaw

Publisher: Dark Horse Comics

ISBN: 9781506721569

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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Will Destroy the Galaxy for Cash is the follow up tale to Will Save the Galaxy for Food from the mind of writer Yahtzee Croshaw (Mogworld, Jam, Differently Morphous). With the age of heroic star pilots and galactic villains completely killed by quantum teleportation, the ex-star pilot currently named Dashford Pierce is struggling to find his identity in a changing universe. Then, a face from his past returns and makes him an offer he can't refuse: take part in just one small, slightly illegal, heist, and not only will he have the means to start the new life he craves, but also save his childhood hero from certain death. What could go wrong? If you need to ask--you don't know Dashford Pierce. Before long, Pierce is surrounded by peril, and forced to partner with the very same supervillains he'd spent his heroic career thwarting. But when he's confronted by the uncomfortable truth that star pilots might not have been the force for good, they had intended to be, he begins to wonder if the villains hadn't had the right idea all along...
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Formation And Evolution Of Black Holes In The Galaxy Selected Papers With Commentary

Formation And Evolution Of Black Holes In The Galaxy  Selected Papers With Commentary

Printed in U.S.A. A SCENARIO FOR A LARGE NUMBER OF LOW-MASS BLACK
HOLES IN THE GALAXY G. E. BRowN* AND H. A. BETHE” California Institute of
Technology, W. K. Kellogg Radiation Laboratory, 106-38, Pasadena, CA 91125 ...

Author: Hans A Bethe

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814487139

Category: Science

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In published papers H A Bethe and G E Brown worked out the collapse of large stars and supernova explosions. They went on to evolve binaries of compact stars, finding that in the standard scenario the first formed neutron star always went into a black hole in common envelope evolution. C-H Lee joined them in the study of black hole binaries and gamma ray bursts. They found the black holes to be the fossils of the gamma ray bursts. From their properties they could reconstruct features of the burst and of the accompanying hypernova explosions.This invaluable book contains 23 papers on astrophysics, chiefly on compact objects, written over 23 years. The papers are accompanied by illuminating commentary. In addition there is an appendix on kaon condensation which the editors believe to be relevant to the equation of state in neutron stars, and to explain why black holes are formed at relatively low masses.
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Religion and Atheism in Douglas Adams Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy

Religion and Atheism in Douglas Adams   Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy

This attitude leads us to the task of this seminar paper. It will examine some of the theological and philosophical elements, which appear in the text, and how the author's personal confession influenced their use.

Author: Christian Schlegel

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN: 9783638862516

Category: Atheism in literature

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Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject Theology - Miscellaneous, grade: A, University of Glasgow, course: Religion and Literature, 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, comment: Die Arbeit wurde im Rahmen meines Auslandssemesters in Theologie geschrieben und von meinem Schottischen Dozenten mit A bewertet und in Deutschland von meinem Englisch-Prof als ANGLISTIK-LITERATUR HAUPTSEMINAR Schein anerkannt und mit 1,7 bewertet., abstract: Douglas Adams says about himself that he is not just a confessing atheist, but rather a radical atheist. This attitude leads us to the task of this seminar paper. It will examine some of the theological and philosophical elements, which appear in the text, and how the author's personal confession influenced their use. Furthermore, as a result, we will see in how far this piece of literature can be regarded as serious criticism of religion.
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The Guide to the Galaxy

The Guide to the Galaxy

Written in non-technical language for the amateur astronomer, this guide explores the structure of the galaxy as a whole.

Author: Nigel Henbest

Publisher: CUP Archive

ISBN: 052145882X

Category: Science

Page: 265

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Written in non-technical language for the amateur astronomer, this guide explores the structure of the galaxy as a whole. Specially created maps locate tourist sites in the galactic journey, such as the blazing Orion nebula, nurseries where young stars are hatched, & deadly pulsars & black holes.
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The Losers at the Center of the Galaxy

The Losers at the Center of the Galaxy

A tuba player without a tuba and his jellyfish-imitating sister cope with their father's disappearance in a middle-grade novel both hilarious and moving by Mary Winn Heider, the author of The Mortification of Fovea Munson.

Author: Mary Winn Heider

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781484781067

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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A tuba player without a tuba and his jellyfish-imitating sister cope with their father's disappearance in a middle-grade novel both hilarious and moving by Mary Winn Heider, the author of The Mortification of Fovea Munson. When Lenny Volpe, former quarterback of the worst professional football team in the nation, leaves his family and disappears, the Chicago Horribles win their first game in a long time. Fans are thrilled. The world seems to go back to normal. Except for the Volpe kids. Winston throws himself into playing the tuba, and Louise starts secret experiments to find a cure for brain injuries, and they're each fine, just fine, coping in their own way. That is, until the investigation of some eccentric teacher behavior and the discovery of a real live bear paraded as the Horribles' new mascot make it clear that things are very much Not Fine. The siblings may just need each other, after all.
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My Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

My Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

The Galaxy Tab Universe 3 1 First, a Look at Android ..................................................
...................... 4 The Newest Members: The Galaxy Tab 3 Family......................... 5
The Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 ....................................................................... 5 The Galaxy Tab
3 ...

Author: Eric Butow

Publisher: Que Publishing

ISBN: 9780133539738

Category: Computers

Page: 480

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Step-by-step instructions with callouts to photos that show you exactly what to do with the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, and Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 Help when you run into Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 problems or limitations Tips and Notes to help you get the most from your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Full-color, step-by-step tasks walk you through getting and keeping your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 working just the way you want. Learn how to • Navigate Samsung Galaxy Tab 3’s Android operating system • Retrieve, play, and manage music, video, podcasts, and audiobooks • Use Google Play as a portal to movies and TV content • Capture higher quality photos and video • Surf the Web quickly with the built-in browser • Simplify your life with the Calendar and Contacts • Send email, text, and multimedia messages • Connect your Galaxy Tab 3 to other devices and the cloud • Use your Galaxy Tab 3 as an eReader to read books and magazines online • Find and share any destination with Maps, Navigation, Local, and Location Sharing • Discover, install, maintain, and work with new Android apps and widgets • Customize your tablet to reflect your personal style and preferences • Keep your Galaxy Tab 3 software up to date, reliable, and running smoothly
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The Galaxy

The Galaxy

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Reprints National Radio Astronomy Observatory Green Bank W Va

Reprints   National Radio Astronomy Observatory  Green Bank  W  Va

Lower values of v , for the latter case resulted in the propagation of the weak
disturbance generated by the galaxy to regions beyond the limits of the
computational volume . We discuss first the results of the calculations using case
2. As the ...

Author: National Radio Astronomy Observatory (U.S.)

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ISBN: OSU:32435023323900

Category: Astronomy

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The Zoologist s Guide to the Galaxy

The Zoologist s Guide to the Galaxy

If you'd love to know what real aliens from other planets might really be like, this is the book for you' - Susan Blackmore, author of Seeing Myself 'Surveying the deep-time of evolution on Earth and his own cutting-edge research into ...

Author: Arik Kershenbaum

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9780241986851

Category: Science

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A Times/Sunday Times Book of the Year DISCOVER HOW LIFE REALLY WORKS - ON EARTH AND IN SPACE 'I love The Zoologist's Guide to the Galaxy. Although it sets out to be (and is) about alien life, what emerges is a wonderfully insightful sidelong look at Earthly biology' Richard Dawkins, via Twitter 'Crawls with curious facts' The Sunday Times We are unprepared for the greatest discovery of modern science. Scientists are confident that there is alien life across the universe yet we have not moved beyond our perception of 'aliens' as Hollywood stereotypes. The time has come to abandon our fixation on alien monsters and place our expectations on solid scientific footing. Using his own expert understanding of life on Earth and Darwin's theory of evolution - which applies throughout the universe - Cambridge zoologist Dr Arik Kershenbaum explains what alien life must be like: how these creatures will move, socialise and communicate. For example, by observing fishes whose electrical pulses indicate social status, we can see that other planets might allow for communication by electricity. As there was evolutionary pressure to wriggle along a sea floor, Earthling animals tend to have left/right symmetry; on planets where creatures evolved mid-air or in soupy tar they might be lacking any symmetry at all. Might there be an alien planet with supersonic animals? Will they scream with fear, act honestly, or have technology? Is the universe swarming with robots? Dr Kershenbaum uses cutting-edge science to paint an entertaining and compelling picture of extra-terrestrial life. The Zoologist's Guide to the Galaxy is the story of how life really works, on Earth and in space. *** 'If you don't want to be surprised by extraterrestrial life, look no further than this lively overview of the laws of evolution that have produced life on earth' - Frans de Waal, author of Mama's Last Hug - Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves 'A fun, and thoroughly biological, exploration of possible and impossible alien beings. If you'd love to know what real aliens from other planets might really be like, this is the book for you' - Susan Blackmore, author of Seeing Myself 'Surveying the deep-time of evolution on Earth and his own cutting-edge research into animal communication, Kershenbaum provides a fascinating insight into the deepest of questions: what might an alien actually look like' - Lewis Dartnell, author of Origins 'Arik Kershenbaum takes us on a joyous voyage of animal diversity and illustrates the singular importance of natural selection in explaining life - here on Earth - and what will likely be discovered throughout the galaxy. A stimulating read!' - Daniel T. Blumstein, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California Los Angeles
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The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy Illustrated Edition

The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy Illustrated Edition

At this moment, they're hurtling through space with nothing but their towels and a book inscribed in large, friendly letters: DON'T PANIC. The book is The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and the weekend has only just begun . . .

Author: Douglas Adams

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781529046144

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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'One of the greatest achievements in comedy. A work of staggering genius' – David Walliams Gorgeous 42nd Anniversary gift edition of Douglas Adams's pop-culture classic, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, stunningly illustrated throughout by Costa Award-winner Chris Riddell. It's an ordinary Thursday lunchtime for Arthur Dent until his house gets demolished. The Earth follows shortly afterwards to make way for a new hyperspace express route, and Arthur's best friend has just announced that he's an alien. At this moment, they're hurtling through space with nothing but their towels and a book inscribed in large, friendly letters: DON'T PANIC. The book is The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and the weekend has only just begun . . . Douglas Adams's mega-selling pop-culture classic sends logic into orbit, plays havoc with physics and twists time, but most importantly it's very, very funny.
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The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy

The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy

The insanely funny, satiric bestseller about the end of the world and the days that follow it. Arthur Dent must find a new home after the world is destroyed to make way for the new hyperspatial express route.

Author: Douglas Adams

Publisher: Perfection Learning

ISBN: 0756953944

Category: Dent, Arthur (Fictitious character)

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The insanely funny, satiric bestseller about the end of the world and the days that follow it. Arthur Dent must find a new home after the world is destroyed to make way for the new hyperspatial express route.
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