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Kuzmanovic's Spacebook - 2500 Quotes About Space Stars Constelations And Universe - cover

Kuzmanovic's Spacebook - 2500 Quotes About Space Stars Constelations And Universe

Vladan L. Kuzmanovic

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Overall human knowledge on Space, eloquent and professional approach. Great, positive, interesting, motivating. Book is comprehensive, containing thoughts of recognizable intellectuals and theorists, scientist, poets, writers, adventurers. Necessary reference book for forming general basis on macrophenoma, theoretical and practical research. Book for astronomy fans, science fans, researchers, wonder people. Marcus Aurelius, Walt Whitman, Ptolemy, Plato, Leonardo da Vinci, William Herschel, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Henri Poincaré, Aldous Huxley, Mark Twain, Fred Hoyle, Primo Levi, Gan De, Albert Einstein, Alfonso X The Wise.

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