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Discusses the future of the human race in the Universe, for the centuries, millennia and eons to come. It is not an account of `what will happen', but of `what could happen', in the light of our current knowledge, scientists' speculations, and their philosophical and social implications.
Acknowledgements; Foreword; Introduction; 1. Near futures; 2. Route to the stars; 3. Star makers; 4. Ultimate futures; Bibliography; Index.
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304 pages, 28 b/w photos, 16 line illus, 11 figs, 3 tabs
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