Details:Reichen, Charles-Albert. Leisure Arts, London. 1964. First British edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. Section sewn. 112pp. 270 x 175mm. Printed in colour, black and white, paginated. Text in English. Designer: Nitsche, Erik. Printed in Switzerland.
Foreword:"On a quiet, moonlit night in a garden at Woolsthorpe, England, a young man was roused from solitary musings by the sound of an apple's fall. How peculiar, he thought —the apple falls, yet the moon does not. Two years later, after laborious study and experiment, Isaac Newton formulated the law of universal gravitation—as revolutionary a development in the history of scientific thought as the atomic bomb was in the long history of war. Since Newton, astronomy's progress has been amazing."
Good condition: rubbing to covers, light bumps to corners, age toning to pages. Dust jacket tapped to cover. Please contact us should you have any further questions about condition.