Probing the New Solar System
Explores the data and discoveries that have contributed to a changed understanding of the Solar System, in particular the effect that a revised definition of a planet in 2006 by the International Astronomical Union had on this understanding. This book is suitable for people inter... read full description below.
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Exploration by space probes has revealed that the Earth's planetary neighbours are even more fascinating than we previously thought. Today we stand on the threshold of the next phase of planetary exploration and knowledge. Our views of the Solar System and of other planetary systems outside our own are changing on a daily basis. This book is an up-to-date record of the many recent discoveries made about our Solar System and other planetary systems using ground-based and space probe technology.
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||This book is an up-to-date record of the many recent discoveries made using ground-based and space probe technology.
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