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Meteorites (Earth)

by Monica Grady

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Clearly written and easy to read introduction to meteorites and related topics. ( )
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The second edition of this popular book introduces meteorites, what they are, where they come from and what they can tell us about our Solar System. Different types of meteorites can inform us about how our planets formed, what some of them are made of, and can provide us with invaluable information about the worlds beyond Earth. Additional sections on cosmic dust, lunar and Martian meteorites and up-to-date information on key meteorites are included. The Natural History Museum's "Earth" series explores the physical aspects of the natural world, from the processes that have shaped our planet since its formation, to the outcome of those natural processes.

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