Worlds in the sky: planetary discovery from earliest times through Voyager and Magellan

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University of Arizona Press, 1992 - Science - 243 pages
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At a time when all but one of the solar system's planets have been visited by spacecraft, this primer provides a welcome summation of our newfound understanding of our neighboring worlds. Sheehan ... Read full review

Contents

Wandering Stars
1
Through the Telescope
10
Rockets into Space
19
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About the author (1992)

William Sheehan is a psychiatrist, writer, and amateur astronomer.

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