The Mystery of the Tunguska Fireball

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Icon, 2006 - Science - 277 pages
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At 7.14 a.m. on 30 June 1908, a huge fireball exploded in the Siberian sky. A thousand times the force of the Hiroshima bomb, it flattened an area of remote. Tunguska forest bigger than Greater London, forming a mushroom cloud that almost reached into space.
Surendra Verma tells the incredible story of the fireball and of the scientists and charlatans alike who have been seduced by it. He takes an exhilarating ride around one of science's greatest mysteries - and ends by pointing a finger at a prime suspect.

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I loved the various perspectives. It was a very informative book and I learned some new things. Read full review

Review: The Mystery of the Tunguska Fireball

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Blah. It was an interesting event, but I think it suffers from a lack of material to use to write from. It felt like the author was grasping at straws to finish this book. Read full review

Contents

The Case of a Missing Meteorite
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The Tale of a Fiery Comet
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Asteroids Behaving Badly
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