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Geology of the moon

Thomas A. Mutch

Geology of the moon

a stratigraphic view.

by Thomas A. Mutch

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Published by Princeton U.P. .
Written in English


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Pagination324p.
Number of Pages324
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13729661M


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Geology of the moon by Thomas A. Mutch Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thomas A. Mutch has written this book for students of lunar geology and scientists in diverse fields related to astrogeology as well as for the interested layman. Originally published in The Princeton Legacy Library Cited by: The Geologic History of the Moon Paperback – Febru by U.S.

Department of the Interior (Author), Don E. Wilhelms (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsCited by:   Thomas A. Mutch has written this book for students of lunar geology and scientists in diverse fields related to astrogeology as well as for the interested layman.

Originally published in Brand: Princeton University Press. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Geology on the Moon (Wykeham Science Ser. ; No. 43) by J. Guest (Author) ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Format: Hardcover. Buy The Book of the Moon: A Lunar Introduction to Astronomy, Geology, Space Physics, and Space Travel on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders The Book of the Moon: A Lunar Introduction to Astronomy, Geology 5/5(1).

Thomas A. Mutch has written this book for students of lunar geology and scientists in diverse fields related to astrogeology as well as for the interested layman. Originally published in Cited by: Thomas A.

Mutch has written this book for students of lunar geology and scientists in diverse fields related to astrogeology as well as for the interested layman.

Originally published in The Moon is a differentiated body, possessing a crust, mantle and core. Geological studies of the Moon are based on a combination of Earth-based telescope observations, measurements from orbiting.

A new map of the moon is the most comprehensive geologic map of the lunar surface (nearside shown left, farside shown right). Different colors designate different surface features, such as lunar. Thomas A. Mutch has written this book for students of lunar geology and scientists in diverse fields related to astrogeology as well as for the interested layman.

Originally published in Guidebook to the Geology of Barringer Meteorite Crater, Arizona (a.k.a. Meteor Crater) (LPI) Apollo Scientific Experiments Data Handbook (NASA TM X, PDF File) ALSEP Termination.

Moon Rocks is the story of the Moon through the eyes of a geologist. The authors worked with thin sections of Moon rocks provided by NASA, and use interactive panoramas, videos, and /5(11). We began this book with the proposition that geological investigation of the Earth has provided us with a backlog of experience which should influence and expedite our understanding of the Moon.

Throughout the book we have sought out similarities between terrestrial stratigraphy and the geology of the Moon. ‎Moon Rocks is the story of the Moon through the eyes of a geologist. The authors worked with thin sections of Moon rocks provided by NASA, and use interactive panoramas, videos, and many many images to tell the story of the Moon 2/5(2).

‎Moon Rocks is the story of the Moon through the eyes of a geologist. The authors worked with thin sections of Moon rocks provided by NASA, and use interactive panoramas, videos, and many many images to tell the story of the Moon /5(4).

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Geology of the moon by Thomas A. Mutch,Princeton University Press Cited by:   The two books are only comparable in that they both deal with the history and geology of the Moon.

For a first book, I'd certainly recommend The Modern Moon. It is far more available, and a. This edition reviews the results of Apol 12, 14, and Included are approximately sixty new pages of text and forty new photographs and pictures.

Thomas A. Mutch has written this book for students of lunar geology Price Range: $ - $ NASA deployed the frist seismographs on the moon as part of the Apollo Mission in These seismographs collected data and enabled researchers to determine that the moon's structure.

The book also includes a history of the geology of the Moon, a topic not normally included in books on the history of geology. The book will appeal to students of Earth science, researchers in geology Cited by: 1.

example, if it approaching the Moon 'head on,' it will have a higher approach velocity than if it is 'catching up' with the Moon in its orbit).

The escape velocity is a measure of the extra velocity an object gains as it accelerates in the gravitational field of an airless Moon/planet.

For the Moon File Size: 23KB. Mapping purposes divide the Moon into the near side and far side. The far side of the Moon is the side that always faces away from the Earth, while the near side faces towards the Earth.

The most visible. Thomas A. Mutch has written this book for students of lunar geology and scientists in diverse fields related to astrogeology as well as for the interested layman. Originally published in The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books.

Lunar Geology. Lunar Geology is the study of the moons crust, rocks, strata, etc. Lunar Geology tends to cover two broad areas of study; Maria (and/or Basins) and Highlands. The two major lunar. Geology is the science comprising the study of solid Earth, the rocks of which it is composed, and the processes by which they change.

Geology can also refer generally to the study of the solid features of any celestial body (such as the geology of the Moon. The recently published map is a seamless combination of six digitized geologic maps of the moon that were originally created in the s.

This updated GIS dataset of s lunar geology. Get this from a library. An introduction to the geology of the moon. [Luciano B Ronca; Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories (U.S.)] -- An introduction to the study of the moon is presented.

The moon has experienced volcanism, but it took a form different from Earth’s. The moon has no volcanoes, or large volcanic mountains with craters at the top.

But it does have small volcanic domes. The book is an attempt to give you thorough knowledge about Geology of the Moon. OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive) Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and videos from thousands of public libraries.

Geology Books. Geology is an earth science concerned with the solid Earth, the rocks of which it is composed, and the processes by which they change over time.

Geology can also refer generally to the study of the solid features of any terrestrial planet (such as the geology of the Moon. Multi-ring basins are large impact craters formed in the early history of planets.

They critically affect the evolution of the planets and their satellites. The Moon offers an exceptional chance to study these phenomena and this book Price: $ Digitized Books. Books are displayed in reverse chronological order according to publication date.

The books in this list were either published by the LPI, or they are out-of-print books that are still. History's lessons --The moon's shape and motion --Remote sensing techniques --Lunar craters and terrestrial analogs --Imbrium Basin stratigraphy --Other basins: other stratigraphies --Crater.

The Moon offers an exceptional chance to study these phenomena and this book provides a comprehensive geological study using data from lunar landings and remote sensing of the Moon.

The. use in this book. Second edition revisions were supported by the Hawai'i Space Grant Consortium. About the cover Our knowledge and concepts of the Moon change over time as depicted by the three images. A map of the Moon. Documentation of the first lunar landing and rock samples brought back by astronauts have unlocked many mysteries of moon geology.

This film shows scientists at Houston's Lunar. The book is an attempt to give you thorough knowledge about Geology of the Moon. How big is the moon. The moon is about 2, miles across. How far is it from Earth to the moon.

It is aboutmiles from Earth to the moon. How old is the moon. The moon is the same age as the Earth and the rest of the solar system — about billion years.

Our solar system was all formed at that time. How did the moon. Geology of the Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho by stearns, Harold T.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Figure Mars Photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope. This is one of the best photos of Mars taken from our planet, obtained in June when Mars was only 68 million kilometers away.

The resolution is about 20 kilometers—much better than can be obtained with ground-based telescopes but still insufficient to reveal the underlying geology. Multi-ring basins are large surface craters seen on planets and their satellites formed by the impact of asteroid-sized bodies.

The author gives a comprehensive geological study of these basins on the moon Pages: