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Planetary sciences

Autor: De Pater, Imke
Ausgabe: Second edition
Ort, Verlag, Jahr: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2015
Umfang: 1 online resource (xvi, 647 pages)
ISBN/ISSN/ISMN 9781316165270

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Autor:De Pater, Imke
Beteiligte Person:Lissauer, Jack Jonathan
Titel:Planetary sciences
Von:Imke de Pater (University of California, Berkeley & Delft University of Technology) and Jack J. Lissauer (NASA-Ames Research Center, & Stanford University)
Ausgabe:Second edition
Ort:Cambridge
Verlag:Cambridge University Press
Jahr:2015
Umfang:1 online resource (xvi, 647 pages)
ISBN/ISSN/ISMN:9781316165270
Anmerkungen:Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 05 Oct 2015)
Zusammenfassung:An authoritative introduction for graduate students in the physical sciences, this award-winning textbook explains the wide variety of physical, chemical, and geological processes that govern the motions and properties of planets. This updated second edition has been revised and improved while maintaining its existing structure and organization. Many data tables and plots have been updated to account for the latest measurements. A new Appendix focuses on recent discoveries since the second edition was first published. These include results from Cassini, Kepler, MESSENGER, MRO, LRO, Dawn at Vesta, Curiosity, and others, as well as many ground-based observatories. With over 300 exercises to help students apply the concepts covered, this textbook is ideal for graduate courses in astronomy, planetary science and earth science, and well suited as a reference for researchers. Color versions of many figures, movie clips supplementing the text, and other resources are available at www.cambridge.org/depater