Category Archives: foreign languages publishing

Sounds We Cannot Hear – Kudryavtsev

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Travel To Distant Worlds – Gilzin

We now come to Travel to Distant Worlds by Karl Gilzin. This is a   very optimistic book about future, written at just the beginning of   space age. The youth throughout the world have been manifesting a great   … Continue reading

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Theoretical Physics – Kompaneyets

We now come to Theoretical Physics by A. S. Kompaneyets. This book is intended for readers who are acquainted with the course of general physics and analysis of nonspecializing institutions of higher education. It is meant chiefly for engineer-physicists, though … Continue reading

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Y. Ryabov – Celestial Mechanics

How do the heavenly bodies move, and how are these movements related to one another? What forces of nature govern such motions? We now come to another jewel of a book titled Celestial Mechanics by Y. Ryabov. This book discusses … Continue reading

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Yakov Perelman – Figures For Fun

We now come to another book by Yakov Perelman called Figures for Fun. Again this work went through a lot of editions and was translated into many Indian languages. From the Preface To read and enjoy this book it will … Continue reading

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Yakov Perelman – Astronomy for Entertainment

Continuing with Yakov Perelman, we now come to Astronomy for Entertainment. This is a book that I have read as a digital copy only. I do not know if there are any translations in Indian languages, but I know of … Continue reading

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Yakov Perelman – Physics for Entertainment

  We now come to Physics for Entertainment by Yakov Perelman. This was one of the first physics books that I have read. The book as was noted in the earlier post has been translated in various Indian languages. These … Continue reading

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