Einstein's Second-Greatest Blunder

September 2009
Amateur Astronomy Magazine;Fall2009, Issue 63, p36
The article presents a fictional story about scientist Albert Einstein who supposedly failed to pursue his concept that the universe is made up of more than one galaxy.


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