By: Paul Lowman
288 pages, 27 Col plates,114 illus,6 tabs
Lowman, a NASA scientist for over 40 years, describes the impact of space flight on geology and geophysics. A foreword by Neil Armstrong emphasizes that the exploration of space has lead us to a far deeper understanding of our own planet.
'OU students of Earth Sciences will find this an interesting and stimulating read.' The Open University Geological Society Journal '! a well researched, well illustrated and a well referenced book ! I believe that the book is guaranteed to start the serious geologist looking at traditional ideas and concepts in a slightly different light.' Open University Geological Society Journal
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