Book Reviews

Book Review: Space Hoax

by Eva Gallant June 5, 2014

Want to stay on top of all the space news? Follow @universetoday on Twitter Space Hoax, written by Paul Gillebaard, is the adventure filled sequel to his book Moon Hoax (read our review of that book here.) This space thriller begins right where Moon Hoax left off. Our hero, Peter Novak, living a certainly less […]

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Book Review and Giveaway: Earthrise: My Adventures As An Apollo 14 Astronaut by Edgar Mitchell

by Katrina Cain April 23, 2014

Book review by David Freiberg: Universe Today Book Reviewer Most of us get up in the morning, shower, eat breakfast and sleepily make our way to work. Whether we work in an office, outdoors, with the public or in any number of exciting Earth-based careers, our daily commute can hardly compare to that of a […]

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Book Review: “Our Mathematical Universe – My Quest for the Ultimate Nature of Reality”

by Mark Mortimer March 20, 2014

Mathematics seems to be the bane of many people, and especially many authors. Editors will often say that putting any mathematical equation into a book will sideline it to a destiny of either a textbook or dust collector. So what is an author to do? It appears Max Tegmark plays this line by continually talking […]

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Book Review: ‘Five Billion Years of Solitude’ by Lee Billings

by Ray Sanders October 8, 2013

Over the past few years, the field of astrobiology has made great strides. With missions such as Kepler making exoplanet discoveries commonplace, the question no longer is “Are other planets out there?” but “When will we find a true twin of Earth?” A new book, “Five Billion Years of Solitude,” takes the reader from the […]

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Book Review: ‘Crescent’ By Homer Hickam

by Nancy Atkinson September 17, 2013

You probably know Homer Hickam from his book “Rocket Boys” and the movie, “October Sky.” But Hickam’s repertoire of 15-plus books range from fiction to nonfiction, covering multiple topics beyond space flight and building rockets. His most recent series – the Helium-3 trilogy of life on the Moon set 120 years into the future — […]

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