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Experiment!: Planning, Implementing and Interpreting by Oivind Andersson

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Further Reading

Sagan's Cosmos [3] remains an inspiring introduction to the history of science, as well as to general astronomy. Farrington [1] provides a more detailed treatment of the Greeks, whereas Bryson gives a surprisingly extensive and entertaining overview of the history of modern natural science in his A Short History of Nearly Everything [7].

References

1. Farrington, B. (1961) Greek Science, Penguin Books, Harmondsworth.

2. Russell, B. (1959) Wisdom of the West, Rathbone Books, London.

3. Sagan, C. (1980) Cosmos, Random House, New York.

4. Koestler, A. (1964) The Sleepwalkers: A History of Man's Changing Vision of the Universe, Penguin Books, London.

5. Sagan, C. and Druyan, A. (1985) Comet, Random House, New York.

6. Sagan, C. (1996) The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark, Random House, New York.

7. Bryson, B. (2004) A Short History of Nearly Everything, Transworld Publishers, London.

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