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  • Author:
    Stephen G. Brush
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Stephen George Brush (born 1935) is a scholar in the field of history of science whose career spanned the late twentieth and early twenty-first century. Brush was born in Bangor, Maine, USA and he studied Physics and Chemistry at Harvard University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Physics at the age of 20 in 1955. He was selected as a Rhodes Scholar and he earned his Doctor of Philosophy (D. Phil

Where did we come from? Before there was life there had to be something to live on - a planet, a solar system.

Where did we come from? Before there was life there had to be something to live on - a planet, a solar system. During the past 200 years, astronomers and geologists have developed and tested several different theories about the origin of the solar system and the nature of the Earth. Together, the three volumes that make up A History of Modern Planetary Physics present a survey of these theories.

Fruitful Encounters Vol. 3 : The Origin of the Solar System and of the Moon from Chamberlain to Apollo.

Author : Stephen G. Brush. Publisher : Cambridge University Press. Fruitful Encounters follows the eventual refutation of the encounter theory and the subsequent revival of a modernised Nebular Hypothesis. Professor Brush also discusses the role of findings from the Apollo space programme, especially the analysis of lunar samples, culminating in the establishment, in the 1980s, of the 'giant impact' theory of the Moon's origin.

Together, the three volumes that make up A History of Modern Planetary Physics . an excellent reference for instructors presenting historical material on the origin of the solar.

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Автор: Pennant Название: History of Quadrupeds 2 Volume Paperback Set ISBN: 1108005187 ISBN-13(EAN) . This book will be of significant value to anyone with an interest in the history of physics and engineering.

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The early twentieth century saw the replacement of the Nebular Hypothesis with the Chamberlin-Moulton theory that the solar system resulted from the encounter of the Sun with a passing star. Fruitful Encounters follows the eventual refutation of the encounter theory and the subsequent revival of a modernized Nebular Hypothesis. Professor Brush also discusses the role of findings from the Apollo space program, especially the analysis of lunar samples, culminating in the establishment of the "giant impact" theory of the Moon's origin in the 1980s.