How to Read the Solar System

How to Read the Solar System

A Guide to the Stars and Planets

Book - 2015
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The Solar System - so what is it? This book looks at all the major players, including our more familiar neighbours - the Sun, the planets and their moons - the occasional visitors to our planet - asteroids, meteors and comets - as well as distant stars and what might be beyond our Solar System - Earth Mark II?
Publisher: New York :, Pegasus Books,, 2015
Edition: First Pegasus Books hardcover edition
Copyright Date: c2014
ISBN: 9781605986715
1605986712
Branch Call Number: 523.2 N864
Characteristics: 320 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Abel, Paul (Astronomer),- Author

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Sep 27, 2017

This book is a fast and fun; a real page turner it’s straight forward and logical. It leans towards the Beginning; Basic to Intermediate Astronomer it’s an excellent primer. Most of the information presented is not new if you know where to look, but it is in one place. It’s up to date and current (2014) on our solar system and the missions currently underway. It has new information the general reader would find fascinating. The Authors kept the math and chemistry to a minimum, so you can learn something new about the solar system without a bunch jargon.

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