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Mars (Planet)

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  • The Geology of Marsby Mary Chapman

    Cambridge University Press 2007; US$ 80.00

    A 2007 reference on the geological evolution of Mars for students and researchers of planetary science. more...

  • The Surface of Marsby Michael H. Carr

    Cambridge University Press 2007; US$ 180.00

    An up-to-date and highly illustrated principal reference for researchers and graduate students in planetary science. more...

  • Mars: An Introduction to its Interior, Surface and Atmosphereby Nadine Barlow

    Cambridge University Press 2008; US$ 34.00

    A textbook on Mars for graduate students and researchers, in geology, chemistry, atmospheric sciences, and astronomy. more...

  • The Martian Surfaceby Jim Bell

    Cambridge University Press 2008; US$ 196.00

    A fresh look at the latest Mars discoveries for researchers and students in planetary science, astronomy, and space exploration. more...

  • Marswalk Oneby Shayler David

    Springer London 2007; US$ 59.99

    MARSWALK ONE: First Steps on a New Planet addresses the question of why we should embark on a journey to Mars, documenting what the first human crew will do when they place their feet in the red dust of the planet. The book also addresses why we need to carry out these tasks and, more importantly, what a human crew could achieve that an automated... more...

  • DK Eyewitness Books: Marsby Stuart Murray

    DK Publishing 2004; US$ 15.99

    Learn all about Earth's closest neighbor in this unprecedented guide to the red planet. Including up-to-the-minute data from NASA''s ongoing explorations, this amazing resource tells the whole story from Mars'' mystical significance in early cultures to the ambitious future plans for manned-flight explorations. Featuring beautiful full-color photography,... more...

  • Marsby Linda T Elkins-Tanton

    Infobase Publishing 2010; US$ 47.40

    Mars exploration has never been more active, and our understanding of the planet is advancing rapidly. New discoveries reveal gullies carved by recent groundwater flow, thick ice deposits protected by rocks and soil even at the equator, and new evidence for lakes and seas in Mars' past. The Martian surface has some of the oldest planetary crust... more...

  • Geographies of Marsby K. Maria D. Lane

    University of Chicago Press 2010; US$ 36.00

    One of the first maps of Mars, published by an Italian astronomer in 1877, with its pattern of canals, fueled belief in intelligent life forms on the distant red planet?a hope that continued into the 1960s. Although the Martian canals have long since been dismissed as a famous error in the history of science, K. Maria D. Lane argues that there was... more...

  • Inside the Water Cycleby William B. Rice

    Shell Education 2007; US$ 8.99

    The water cycle is like a circle—it has no beginning and no end. When the sun heats ocean water, it evaporates and forms clouds in the sky. When these particles get big enough, they can fall to Earth as precipitation in the form of rain, sleet, snow, or hail. When water hits the ground, it can change to liquid, soak into the ground, or run off... more...

  • Mars and How to Observe Itby Peter Grego

    Springer New York 2012; US$ 39.95

    This book details how amateur and practical astronomers can successfully observe Mars. It uses recent imagery and data to present an up-to-date guide to Mars' geological history and contains a unique set of maps that cover the entire Martian surface. more...