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Moon; Surface

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  • The Moon's Near Side Megabasin and Far Side Bulgeby Charles Byrne

    Springer 2014; US$ 49.95

    Since Luna and Lunar Orbiter photographed the far side of the Moon, the mysterious dichotomy between the face of the Moon as we see it from Earth and the side of the Moon that is hidden has puzzled lunar scientists. As we learned more from the Apollo sample return missions and later robotic satellites, the puzzle literally deepened, showing asymmetry... more...

  • Lunar Meteoroid Impacts and How to Observe Themby Brian Cudnik

    Springer 2010; US$ 34.95

    The face of the Moon we see today has been substantially etched by the effects of meteor impacts. Craters on the Moon are the result of ancient impacts with large meteorites - or small asteroid-like bodies - which produced both primary craters (where the meteorites hit) and secondary craters (where material hurled high above the surface crashed back... more...

  • Lunar and Planetary Surface Conditionsby Nicholas A. Weil; Frederick I. Ordway

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 72.95

    Lunar and Planetary Surface Conditions considers the inferential knowledge concerning the surfaces of the Moon and the planetary companions in the Solar System. The information presented in this four-chapter book is based on remote observations and measurements from the vantage point of Earth and on the results obtained from accelerated space program... more...

  • The Lunar Surface Layerby John W. Salisbury; Peter E. Glaser

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 93.95

    The Lunar Surface Layer: Materials and Characteristics focuses on the characteristics, nature, and materials located in the lunar surface layer, including lunar soil mechanics, water vapor adsorption, and soil behavior. The selection first elaborates on soil mechanics considerations in the testing of lunar soil models, an experimental study in lunar... more...

  • Structure of the Moon's Surfaceby Gilbert Fielder

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 72.95

    Structure of the Moon?s Surface aims to assemble and marshal relevant matter, and to produce a largely unprejudiced text which brings lunar studies up to date and stresses the importance of certain features of the Moon which have frequently been disregarded in the past, largely because of lack of knowledge about them. The book contains 14 chapters... more...

  • Lunar gravimetryby Sagitov

    Elsevier Science 1986; US$ 144.00

    Lunar gravimetry more...

  • The Kaguya Lunar Atlasby Motomaro Shirao; Charles A. Wood

    Springer New York 2011; US$ 39.95

    <p> Presents the first photos taken from space in high-definition, courtesy of the Kaguya lunar orbiter's camera <p> Explains how the features in each image illustrate the geological processes that formed and modified the Moon <p> Makes the reader feel as if he or she were an astronaut flying above the lunar surface more...

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