Solar System by Carole Stott

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Explore the wonders of our solar system—a corner of the universe that astronomers understand more fully every day. Starting at the sun, the center of it all, we move outward, planet by planet, and then beyond. From Mercury's prehistoric cataclysm to Uranus's uncommon axial tilt, the superb research and stunning images will captivate both keen stargazers and newcomers alike. The gorgeous photographs—which include newly taken photos of Mars from Curiosity along with others from recent satellites, manned spaceflights, the International Space Station, and the Hubble telescope—bring the night sky to life.
 

About Carole Stott

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David W. Hughes is Professor of Astronomy at the University of Sheffield and a VP of the RoyalAstronomical Society. Hughes was a co-investigator on the European Space Agency's Giottomission to Halley's comet. He has written widely on the history of astronomy and has served onmany space advisory committees.Carole Stott was formerly a professional astronomer—she was Curator of Astronomy at theRoyal Observatory, Greenwich, UK—and is now a full-time writer on space. Carole has writtenmore than 20 books and contributed to many encyclopedias and journals.
 
Published November 15, 2013 by Sterling. 144 pages
Genres: Science & Math. Non-fiction

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