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Handbook Of Isotopes In The Cosmos

Author : Donald Clayton
ISBN : 0521530830
Genre : Science
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An information resource about the isotopes and their place in the cosmos.

Oxygen In The Solar System

Author : Lunar and Planetary Institute
ISBN : 0939950804
Genre : Science
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"Three open workshops were held as preludes to the book: Oxygen in the Terrestrial Planets, held in Santa Fe, NM July 20-23, 2004; Oxygen in the Asteroids and Meteorites, held in Flagstaff, AZ June 2-3, 2005; and Oxygen in Earliest Solar System Materials and Processes (and including the outer planets and comets), held in Gatlinburg, TN September 19-22, 2005"--P. 2.

A Fine Tuned Universe

Author : Alister E. McGrath
ISBN : UOM:39015080693982
Genre : Religion
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Exploring a wide range of physical and biological phenomena and drawing on the latest research in biochemistry and evolutionary biology, McGrath draws out the implications of our new understanding of the natural world for traditional debates about the existence of God. --from publisher description.

Payload And Mission Definition In Space Sciences

Author : V. Mártínez Pillet
ISBN : 052185802X
Genre : Nature
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The processes that space missions follow, from the proposal to a space agency, to a successful mission completion, are numerous. This book is for scientists and engineers involved in the definition and development of space science missions, and contains contributions from experts who are involved in today's space missions at various levels.

Annual Review Of Astronomy And Astrophysics

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ISBN : UCAL:B3959586
Genre : Astronomy
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The Observatory

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ISBN : UCAL:B3594442
Genre : Astronomy
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ISBN : UOM:39015059053093
Genre : Astronomy
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Planetary Landers And Entry Probes

Author : Andrew Ball
ISBN : 9781139461610
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book provides a concise but broad overview of the engineering, science and flight history of planetary landers and atmospheric entry probes designed to explore the atmospheres and surfaces of other planets. It covers engineering aspects specific to such vehicles which are not usually treated in traditional spacecraft engineering texts. Examples are drawn from over thirty different lander and entry probe designs that have been used for lunar and planetary missions since the early 1960s. The authors provide detailed illustrations of many vehicle designs from different international space programs, and give basic information on their missions and payloads, irrespective of the mission's success or failure. Several missions are discussed in more detail to demonstrate the broad range of the challenges involved and the solutions implemented. This will form an important reference for professionals, academic researchers and graduate students involved in planetary science, aerospace engineering and space mission development.

The Planetary Scientist S Companion

Author : Katharina Lodders
ISBN : 0195353706
Genre : Science
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Scientists have collected a wealth of physical and chemical data for the Sun, planets, and small bodies in our solar system, but until now this information has been scattered throughout the technical literature. The Planetary Scientist's Companion solves this problem, providing for the first time a single, extensive reference for the interdisciplinary fields of planetary science and cosmochemistry. The book begins with a summary of frequently used physical and chemical constants, unit conversion factors, properties of some compounds and minerals, thermodynamic data, partition coefficients, and useful formulas. This is followed by an overview of the solar system, including comparative data for the planets and their satellites and abundances of the elements. Much of the book is devoted to a series of chapters describing in turn the Sun, each of the planets, and the groups of small bodies (asteroids, comets, meteorites, and Kuiper Belt and Centaur objects). Each chapter includes an introduction, followed by tables of physical and chemical properties compiled from many sources, including data on planetary atmospheres, surfaces, and interiors. The book concludes with data on nearby stars, the interstellar medium, and recently discovered brown dwarfs and possible extrasolar planets, followed by a glossary. A unique and practical resource for anyone interested in contemporary planetary science and cosmochemistry, this volume is likely to be an essential tool in future research.


Author : Michael Zeilik
ISBN : 0521800900
Genre : Nature
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The ninth edition of this successful textbook describes the full range of the astronomical universe and how astronomers think about the cosmos.

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