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  • Shrouds of the Nightby Kenneth C. Freeman

    Springer 2009; US$ 39.95

    The Milky Way has captivated the mind of multitudes ever since the beginning of time. Particularly striking are its apparent dusty gaping voids. This book features photographs and presents readers with the unmasked (dust penetrated) view of our cosmos, using some of the world's largest ground and space-based telescopes. more...

  • Galaxies and their Masksby David L. Block; Kenneth C. Freeman; Ivanio Puerari

    Springer 2010; US$ 299.00

    Various kinds of masks obscure our view of our galaxy, the Milky Way, as well as of other galaxies. Masks of interstellar dust affect our measurements within galaxies, on scales ranging from individual supernovae to the galaxies themselves. The 'mass mask' (our inability to image mass rather than light) gives astronomers a very incomplete picture... more...

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