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The Telescope in the Ice By Mark Bowen St. Martin’s, 424 pages, $27.99 Astronomers have long surveyed the celestial landscape by capturing and analyzing forms of radiant energy, such as visible light, radio waves and X-rays.
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- Heat, light, and radio waves are forms of radiant energy.
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