Through a Universe Darkly by Marcia Bartusiak
A Cosmic Tale of Ancient Ethers, Dark Matter, and the Fate of the Universe

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The author of Thursday's Universe explores the phenomenon of ""dark matter,"" surveying speculation on this intriguing mystery throughout history and discussing contemporary theories. 12,500 first printing. National ad/promo.

About Marcia Bartusiak

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Marcia Bartusiak, a former MIT Knight Fellow, is the author of two previous books, "Thursday's Universe" and "Through a Universe Darkly," both of which were named Notable Books by the "New York Times," The first woman to receive the presitigious Science Writing Award from the American Institute of Physics, she has also taught science journalism at Boston University.
Published June 1, 1993 by Harpercollins. 383 pages
Genres: Science & Math. Non-fiction

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In 1988 in a playful article in the journal Nature , astrophysicists Joseph Silk and James Peebles ``made book'' on the then-current theories that might explain the Big Bang's missing mass.

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