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Science and belief

Science and belief

from Copernicus to Darwin. : cosmological speculation before 1600 ; Theimpact of the telescope.

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Published by Open University in Milton Keynes .
Written in English


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Other titlesThe impact of the telescope., The heavens are telling , cosmological speculation before 1600.
SeriesAMST283
ContributionsOpen University.
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Pagination1 videocassette
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Open LibraryOL19714214M


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