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  • Space Science Series - Asteroids III
    This volume brings together the latest information obtained by spacecraft combined with astronomical observations and theoretical modeling to present our best current understanding of asteroids and the clues they reveal for the origin an d evolution of the solar system This collective knowledge prepared by a team of more than one hundred international authorities on asteroids includes new insights into asteroid meteorite connections possible relationships with comets and the hazards

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  • Space Science Series - Asteroids IV
    to reach than the lunar surface For futurists the prospects of asteroids as commercial resources tantalize as a twenty first century gold rush albeit with far greater challenges than faced by nineteenth century pioneers For humanity it is the realization that asteroids matter It is not a question of if but when the next major impact will occur While the disaster probabilities are thankfully small fully cataloging and characterizing the

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  • Space Science Series - Comets II
    years far surpassing the knowledge reflected in the original Comets volume published as part of the Space Science Series in 1982 This new volume with more than seventy contributing authors represents the first complete overview of comet science in more than a decade and contains the most extensive collection of knowledge yet assembled in the field Comets II situates comet science in the global context of astrophysics for the first time by beginning with a series of chapters that describe the connection between stars and planets It continues with a presentation of the formation and evolution of planetary systems enabling the reader to clearly see the key role played in our own solar system by the icy planetesimals that were the seeds of the giant planets and transneptunian objects The book presents the key results obtained during the 1990s in particular those collected during the apparition of the exceptional comets C Hyakutake and C Hale Bopp in 1996 1997 The latest results obtained from the in situ exploration of comets P Borrelly and P Wild 2 are also discussed in detail Each topic of is designed to be accessible to students or young researchers looking for basic yet detailed complete

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  • Space Science Series - Comparative Climatology of Terrestrial Planets
    development of life a fundamental question for humankind requires the presence of a suitable planetary climate Our understanding of how habitable planets come to be begins with the worlds closest to home Venus Earth and Mars differ only modestly in their mass and distance from the Sun yet their current climates could scarcely be more divergent Only Earth has abundant liquid water Venus has a runaway greenhouse and evidence for life supporting conditions on Mars points to a bygone era In addition an Earth like hydrologic cycle has been revealed in a surprising place Saturn s cloud covered satellite Titan has liquid hydrocarbon rain lakes and river networks Deducing the initial conditions for these diverse worlds and unraveling how and why they diverged to their current climates is a challenge at the forefront of planetary science Through the contributions of more than sixty leading experts in the field Comparative Climatology of Terrestrial Planets sets forth the foundations for this emerging new science and brings the reader to the forefront of our current understanding of atmospheric formation and climate evolution Particular emphasis is given to surface atmosphere interactions evolving stellar flux mantle processes photochemistry and interactions with the interplanetary environment all

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  • Space Science Series - Europa
    whose complex icy surface intimates the presence of an ocean below Europa beckons for our understanding and future exploration enticing us with the possibilities of a water rich environment and the potential for life beyond Earth This new volume in the Space Science Series with more than 80 contributing authors reveals the discovery and current understanding of Europa s icy shell subsurface ocean presumably active interior and myriad inherent interactions

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  • Space Science Series - Exoplanets
    an introduction for the non specialist and a foundation for the techniques and equations used in exoplanet observation by those dedicated to the field From the Preface Close to two decades since the first exoplanets were discovered the field of exoplanets has grown without bound So many surprising discoveries have been made that by now we know to expect the unexpected I always like to say that for exoplanets anything

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  • Space Science Series - Origin of the Earth and Moon
    most successful model for the origin of the Moon has been difficult to reconcile with some aspects of the Earth and the development of an integrated model for the origin of the Earth Moon system has been difficult for this reason However recent technical advances in experimental and isotopic work together with intensified interest in the modeling of planetary dynamics have produced a wealth of new results requiring a rethinking of models for the origin of the Earth and Moon This book is intended to serve as a resource for those scientists working closely in this field while at the same time it provides enough balance and depth to offer an introduction for students or technically minded general readers Its thirty chapters address isotopic and chemical constraints on accretion the dynamics of terrestrial planet formation the impact triggered formation of the Earth Moon system differentiation of the Earth and Moon the origin of terrestrial volatiles and conditions on the young Earth and Moon Covering such subjects as the history and origin of the Moon s orbit water on the Earth and the implications of Earth Moon interactions for terrestrial climate and life the book constitutes a state of the art

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