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Stardust to Planets: A Geological Tour of the Universe
Could you eat a comet? Planetary geologist Harry McSween asks and answers such questions in his folksy, anecdotal introduction to planetary geology. McSween has a knack for imparting hard scientific fact with a light entertaining touch, as he takes the amateur astronomer or student on a tour of the solar system, exploring the geological forces at work on the planets, moons ...more
Paperback, 241 pages
Published July 1st 1995 by St. Martin's Press
(first published July 1993)
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There was so many great things about this book. The greatest thing was that it tells you about the history of the planets and the present. McSween describes everything so well, and he tells about stars that really no one thinks exsist. I learned so much from this book, it makes me want to go to space! It is so interesting. Anyone who likes stars, space, and that sort of stuff should read this book.