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The Compact NASA Atlas of the Solar System (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 29. November 2001

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'… outstanding value. No one who has even the smallest interest in the planets and their exploration by spacecraft should be without a copy of this atlas. it is a feast for the mind and eye alike and at marginally less than two-fifths of the price of the 'full-size' original it just must find a place on your bookshelf! Go and buy it! Very highly recommended.' Richard Taylor, Spaceflight

'… outstanding book … It retains the spectacular images of the original, ranging from examples of planetary phenomena to the superb topographic and geological maps of Mars and Venus … this excellent volume should find a home on personal bookshelves as well as in any library.' Sue Bowler, Astronomy & Geophysics

'This remarkable reference work includes numerous colour images and diagrams, as well as over 160 topographic and geologic maps of every large body that has been explored by humans … as a source of the latest cartographic insights into the weird and wonderful worlds that occupy our little corner of space, this handsome volume cannot be beaten. Particularly fascinating is a gazetteer that lists and locates all named features on the planets and satellites, including many names that do not appear on the atlas maps. If you have ever wondered where to find an extraterrestrial Romeo, or pondered the origin of the Martian name Cydonia, then look no further. Peter Bond, The Observatory

'… a complete cartographic guide to all the planets and moons in the Solar System, and a fair few of the asteroids too. In each case, you are given a map, a potted geological history, basic information about the workings of these bodies, all woven together in an accessible, interesting style … the real power of this hefty volume lies in the pictures. These are images to die for, beautifully reproduced and guaranteed to amaze.' Gabrielle Walker, New Scientist

'… The Nasa Atlas is one of a kind.' Corey S. Powell, Scientific American

'The real fascination of the maps and images in this hefty NASA Atlas is the way they render our neighbouring balls of rock and gas into imaginable, tangible places … With a wealth of technical information, but still accessible to the general reader, this beautiful book comes with a formidable price tag. But get to look at it if you can. Until virtual reality-linked space probes let us experience these far distant worlds as if we were there, it's the closest we're going to get. 9/10.' Focus

'The text is informative, but the maps and photographs are stunning … an essential library purchase … The appeal of this volume is more than academic, however. It has the beauty of all great atlases, and is a fine thing to own.' Andrew Collier Cameron, The Observatory

'… when you first encounter this book I offer the following advice. Perfom a full facial warm-up routine because for the next hour or two your jaw dropping will be the only interruption to the permanent WOW! expression on your face. This book is the literary equivalent of IMAX cinema … this is not just an atlas but a thing of beauty that speaks to the explorer in all of us.' James Maher, Astronomy and Space

' This atlas is an excellent addition to the literature of our solar system, providing information that is understandable to students, laypersons, and researchers.' Reference Books Bulletin

'Its atlas-quality maps, complete with latitude and longitude grids, of every significant object in the solar system and some bit-part actors as well, would have been impossible a few years ago … Readers will be rewarded by a feast of highly systematised knowledge that is, at the same tine, visually astounding … To its visual treats, the book adds intelligent text.' Martin Ince, The Times Higher Education Supplement

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The culmination of information gathered by NASA's space missions throughout our solar system, this atlas will serve as a reference for years to come. Complete with 157 maps, 214 colour illustrations in a stunning large format and a gazetteer, this book is the essential reference source for all planetary scientists.

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