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Introduction to Cosmology by Barbara Ryden is perhaps the best book to introduce someone to the subject. After reading Ryden, what books should a student who's interested to pursue research in cosmology look upon? Is Cosmological Physics by John Peacock a good option? There are some negative reviews of the book though. I personally think the book by Peebles is a little bit old fashioned and disorganised. Modern Cosmology by Scott Dodelson maybe a tough read for someone who has read only Ryden.

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    $\begingroup$ I found Mukhanov - Physics Foundation of Cosmology online. To me it goes more in depth, at least for the chapters I could follow relatively easily. Another on the level of Ryden that I like is Matt Roots. $\endgroup$
    – Alchimista
    Jan 5 at 13:04
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Cosmology, Steven Weinberg

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