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Writing in American Scholar, Owen Gingerich praises Caleb Scharf's The Copernicus Complex, calling the book, "a brilliantly written and engaging account of modern astronomy. Open the book almost at random and there will be a fresh phrase . . . Churning, fearsome, imperious, staggering—colorful, attention-grabbing descriptions that guide the reader through the history of our five-billion-year-old solar system and the intricate origins of life on Earth." Read the full review (subscription required) here

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