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Patrick Moore on Mars

By: Patrick Moore
230 pages, colour illus
Patrick Moore on Mars
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Patrick Moore tells the full story of Mars revealed, from the early myths to the present day.

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The Red World Mars in the Solar System Eye and Telescope The Story of the Canals Mars Before the Space Age Mars Through the Telescope Mission to Mars mariner 9 - and Others Mars from Orbit The Vikings The Search for Life Pieces of Mars? Return to the Red Planet Phobos and Delmos The Martian Base

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Biography

Sir Patrick Moore CBE FRS, Britain's best known astronomer, has over 50 years attracted and held a vast audience through his books and television appearances. He has presented every edition of The Sky at Night since it was first broadcast in April 1957, a world record for television, and to universal acclaim won a Lifetime Achievement Award for his services to television at the 2001 BAFTA Awards, presented to him by the astronaut Buzz Aldrin. He is a Fellow and Past President of the Royal Astronomical Society, was awarded the CBE in 1988 and his knighthood in 2000. An enthusiastic communicator, he has done more to popularise the study of astronomy than any other writer of his or subsequent generations.
By: Patrick Moore
230 pages, colour illus
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