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by Robert G. Strom
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Astronomy & Space Science
  • Author:
    Robert G. Strom
  • ISBN:
    0521334187
  • ISBN13:
    978-0521334181
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  • Publisher:
    Cambridge University Press (July 1, 1987)
  • Pages:
    209 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Astronomy & Space Science
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Series: Smithsonian Library of the Solar System. The first chapter of the book "The Elusive Planet" opens with the knowledge acquired from Earth based observation, which is very minimal, hence the title of the book and chapter

Series: Smithsonian Library of the Solar System. Hardcover: 208 pages. The first chapter of the book "The Elusive Planet" opens with the knowledge acquired from Earth based observation, which is very minimal, hence the title of the book and chapter. The book then proceeds to the development of the Mariner 10 space vehicle, mission plan and flight to Mercury.

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Mercury: The Elusive Planet It forms part of the Smithsonian Library of the Solar System (apparently the second . Because this book is restricted to 'History of Oriental Astronomy', it, perhaps, cannot include more general papers.

Mercury: The Elusive Planet. It forms part of the Smithsonian Library of the Solar System (apparently the second in this series, following Whipple's The Mystery of Comets), and I look forward to further volumes presenting the results of particular missions to other planets in similar style. on them, it is J. A. Eddy's paper that aroused me to more interests. To make the past serve the present is often our purpose.

Robert G. Strom; Renu Malhotra; Takashi Ito; Fumi Yoshida; David A. Kring. 8 billion years ago were made by asteroids that were dynamically ejected from the main asteroid belt, possibly due to the orbital migration of the giant planets.

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The planet Mercury, innermost world of our solar system. Zipping around the sun in only 88 days, Mercury is the closest planet to the sun, and it's also the smallest, only a little bit larger than Earth's moon. Over its four-year mission, NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft revealed incredible new discoveries that challenged astronomers' expectations.

Finding Life Beyond Earth and Solar System - The Discovery of Alien Life .

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Mercury is the smallest planet in our solar system. It’s a little bigger than Earth’s Moon. Along with Venus, Earth, and Mars, Mercury is one of the rocky planets. It has a solid surface that is covered with craters like our Moon. It is the closest planet to the Sun, but it’s actually not the hottest. It has a thin atmosphere, and it doesn’t have any moons.

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