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The Moon

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By: Michael Carlowicz
240 pages, 185 colour illus
Publisher: Abrams
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The Moon has always been something of an enigma, carrying with it an aura of mystery, all of which the author will explain as well as dispel with fun and fascinating facts culled from both basic science and the latest discoveries. Full of spectacular images, this book explains how the Moon affects the earth physically, as well as how it has changed the course of humanity: our beliefs, our culture, our oceans and our science. In total, the book will cover the story of the Moon from its fiery and violent birth 4 billion years ago to the near future, when humans will stand on its dusty surface once again.

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Michael Carlowicz is a science writer, co-author of The Sun, and author of Storms from the Sun: The Emerging Science of Space Weather. From 1997 to 2002, he worked to tell the story of space weather, as observed by the International Solar-Terrestrial Physics mission. He has published more than 300 nonfiction articles, scripts and fact sheets through Oceanus, Earth, Woods Hole Currents, The Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel, Nature, United Press International, Eos, and Earth in Space. He is currently an editor at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Art / Photobook
By: Michael Carlowicz
240 pages, 185 colour illus
Publisher: Abrams
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