Few writers have sparked such worldwide interest in astronomy and physics as Stephen Hawking.
At the same time, however, he wrote about such complex issues that only a handful readers can claim to have truly understood A Brief History of Time. Hawking’s fascinating theories about black holes, the big bang and singularities can now be understood even without a degree in physics.
Germany’s most successful science blogger, astronomer Florian Freistetter, delivers Stephen Hawking’s cosmos in the nutshell. Written deftly, reduced to the essentials and in an entertaining style, Freistetter makes a difficult theoretical work accessible.
This book immerses you in the mind of the famous physicist – without making you lose your mind.