The biography of one of the most recognized and alluring personalities in twentieth-century science reveals an intellectually astute and emotionally tempestuous man who found himself involved in a host of controversial activities, from visiting Timothy Leary in prison to protesting nuclear weapons, while serving as a visionary voice of the scientific community. 75, 000 first printing.Carl Sagan was one of the most celebratedscientists of his time-the leading visionary of the Space Age. He was also a highly controversial figure who inspired wildly opposed opinions.
|Author||:||Keay Davidson, Carl Sagan|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1999-09-13|