By: Elazar Uchupi and Kenneth Emery
394 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Using new satellite images and chemical and geophysical data recorded by NASA and other space agencies, the authors present an updated concept of the origin of the Solar System. It focuses on the morphology of planets and their moons and the reasons for the differences between them, the underlying viewpoint being that the Solar System should be approached as a single entity rather than a group of individual planets.
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