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by G.H.A. Cole

eBook Inside a Planet: The Physics of Planetary and Satellite Interiors ePub
Author: G.H.A. Cole
Language: English
ISBN: 0859584526
ISBN13: 978-0859584524
Publisher: University of Hull Press (April 1986)
Pages: 149
Category: Astronomy & Space Science
Subcategory: Science
Rating: 4.1
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Special issues published in Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors

Special issues published in Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors. Physical properties and observations of the phere system

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Inside A Planet book. Inside A Planet: The Physics Of Planetary And Satellite Interiors.

The journal covers the physical and chemical processes of planetary interiors. Topical coverage broadly encompasses planetary physics, geodesy, and geophysics.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Inside a planet: The physics of planetary. Publisher: Hull University Press. Publication Date: 1986. Book Condition: Good. Visit Seller's Storefront. Excellent customer service. Standard shipping can on occasion take up to 30 days for delivery. List this Seller's Books.

This is particularly pertinent with the recent discovery of extra-solar planets and the desire to understand their formation and the prospect of life on other worlds.

A comparison of the Jovian system to the Uranian system reveals that the two possess similar satellite/planet mass ratios. Tisserand graphs of the Uranian system also indicate the.

June 1987 · Sky and telescope. A comparison of the Jovian system to the Uranian system reveals that the two possess similar satellite/planet mass ratios. potential for tours at Uranus. We devise tour strategies and design a prototypical tour of the Uranian satellites, proving that tours at Uranus are feasible.

The mantles of the icy satellites, and .

The mantles of the icy satellites, and particularly those of Jupiter and Saturn, are the most extended locations of water in the solar system although Uranus and Neptune are likely to have substantial mid-mantle internal water components. Only Mercury and Moon appear to be devoid of water. Many of the planetary data together with useful discussion are given in: Beatty, J. O'Leary, . and Chaikin, A. (Ed. : 1984,The New Solar System, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England and Sky Corperation, Cambridge, Mass.

The physics of planetary interiors. 307. The transfer of heat

The physics of planetary interiors. The transfer of heat. 318. Seismologythe interior of the earth. 324. Moments of inertia.

Planetary satellites are small bodies in orbit about a planet (actually the planet's system barycenter). Probably the best known planetary satellite is Earth's moon

Planetary satellites are small bodies in orbit about a planet (actually the planet's system barycenter). Probably the best known planetary satellite is Earth's moon. Currently, we know of no satellites in orbit around Mercury or Venus. All the other planets have at least one known planetary satellite. Mean Orbital Elements. Optical and Radar Astrometry. Discovery Circumstances.

Contents: Our planetary system Other planetary systems The surfaces of the planets The interiors of the planets .

Contents: Our planetary system Other planetary systems The surfaces of the planets The interiors of the planets The atmospheres of the planets The dynamics of planetary systems The small objects in planetary systems The origin of planetary . .Freedman . Kaufmann . Foundations of Astronomy.

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