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Mercury's Interior, Surface, and Surrounding Environment Latest Discoveries by Pamela Elizabeth Clark - Paperback
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Geology
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9781493922437
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Pamela Elizabeth Clark
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Springer
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This SpringerBrief details the Messenger Mission, the findings of which present challenges to widely held conventional views and remaining mysteries surrounding the planet. The work answers the question of why Mercury is so dense, and the implications from geochemical data on its planetary formation. It summarizes imaging and compositional data from the terrestrial planet surface processes ...

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    9781493922437
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    Pamela Elizabeth Clark
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    Springer
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    9781493922437
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    Pamela Elizabeth Clark
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    This SpringerBrief details the Messenger Mission, the findings of which present challenges to widely held conventional views and remaining mysteries surrounding the planet. The work answers the question of why Mercury is so dense, and the implications from geochemical data on its planetary

    This SpringerBrief details the Messenger Mission, the findings of which present challenges to widely held conventional views and remaining mysteries surrounding the planet. The work answers the question of why Mercury is so dense, and the implications from geochemical data on its planetary formation. It summarizes imaging and compositional data from the terrestrial planet surface processes and explains the geologic history of Mercury. It also discusses the lack of southern hemisphere coverage. Our understanding of the planet Mercury has been in a transitional phase over the decades since Mariner 10. The influx of new data from the NASA messenger Mission since it was inserted into the orbit of Mercury in March of 2011 has greatly accelerated that shift.

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    • Category Type: Geology
    • Author: Pamela Elizabeth Clark
    • ISBN: 9781493922437
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Book Language: English
    • Publisher: Springer
    • Number of Pages: 105
    • Dimensions (HxWxD): 155 x 235 x 6 mm
    • Publication Year: 2015
    • Book Origin: United States
    • Product Weight: 180 g
    • Series: Springerbriefs In Astronomy
 

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