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  • Author:
    Samantha Bonar
  • ISBN:
    0439881471
  • ISBN13:
    978-0439881470
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Bonar's book is flawed by oversimplifications ("Only 60 people have been struck by a meteorite in the last 3000 years

Bonar's book is flawed by oversimplifications ("Only 60 people have been struck by a meteorite in the last 3000 years. The risk of dying from an asteroid impact is about the same as the risk of dying from a hurricane, tornado, earthquake, or flood") and so makes a weak alternative to Seymour Simon's Comets, Meteors and Asteroids (Morrow, 1998); Landau's title is a surer bet, taking Larry Brimner's Saturn (Children's, 1999) to a higher level.

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AN ASTEROID with the destructive power of 2,700 megatons of explosive TNT risks slamming into the Earth later this year, NASA’s asteroid trackers have revealed. By Sebastian Kettley. PUBLISHED: 08:16, Mon, Jul 15, 2019 UPDATED: 09:34, Mon, Jul 15, 2019.

Hardcover Publisher: Scholastic Inc. 2007