Falling Stars: A Guide to Meteors and Meteorites (Google eBook)
Mike Reynolds' guide to meteors and meteorites is revised and updated to include the latest information about meteor study and sightings. The book covers the basics of observing, studying, and collecting meteors and meteorites, appealing to a range of readers, from the amateur astronomer to the aspiring meteorite collector. Included are helpful tables and references, such as a list of yearly meteor showers and a directory of meteorite dealers.
Mike Reynolds served as executive director of the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland, California. He was a contibuter to the Space Exploration series on Gemini 6a and 7, Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, and Venutian Geology, and has authored and co-authored numberous scientific papers and books, including Binocular Stargazing (978-0-8117-3136-7).
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6 Collecting Meteorites 78
7 Meteorite Craters 90
8 Tektites 102
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