Donald Goldsmith

Photo of Donald GoldsmithDonald Goldsmith has written more than a dozen books, including Exoplanets, The Runaway Universe, The Hunt for Life on Mars, Supernova, and, with Neil deGrasse Tyson, Origins. He has received lifetime achievement awards for astronomy education from the American Astronomical Society and for the popularization of astronomy from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific.

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Cover: Exoplanets: Hidden Worlds and the Quest for Extraterrestrial LifeExoplanets: Hidden Worlds and the Quest for Extraterrestrial LifeGoldsmith, DonaldHARDCOVER09/10/2018$24.95
Cover: Einstein’s Greatest Blunder?: The Cosmological Constant and Other Fudge Factors in the Physics of the UniverseEinstein’s Greatest Blunder?: The Cosmological Constant and Other Fudge Factors in the Physics of the UniverseGoldsmith, DonaldPAPERBACK10/15/1997$16.00
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