National Geographic - New Solar System - Ice Worlds, Moons and Planets Redefined (2009)
Publisher: National Geographic Society (20 Sept. 2009)
Language: English | ISBN-10: 1426204620 - ISBN-13: 978-1426204623 | Pages: 224 | 118 MB
Designed for a popular audience that is intrigued by our ever-growing knowledge of space, "The New Solar System", is the next compelling work by two terrifically reviewed popular astronomy authors: Robert Burnham ("Great Comets") and Pat Daniels ("Encyclopedia of Space"). Throughout there are gems of information that challenges the reader with did-you-know surprises: the Sun's true temperature and timeline; an inside look at solar sails; when the next ice age begins for Earth; the lowdown on Mercury, the mystery Ppanet; why Venus is 'volcanism run wild'; how to hunt for asteroid impacts on Earth...and predict future ones; and why Pluto, alas, is no more than an icy dwarf. As NASA turns 50 and we prepare for a manned return to the Moon, and new studies reveal evidence of water on Mars, this compelling new book sheds new light on the ever-evolving solar system.
About the Author
Patricia Daniels has written extensively on history and science, including "National Geographic Pocket Guide to the Constellations" and "National Geographic Encyclopedia of Space." Robert Burnham is a science writer at the Mars Space Flight Facility of Arizona State University. He is the author of "Great Comets" and the "Reader's Digest Children's Atlas of the Universe."
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