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A Field Guide to the Planets

Explore planets, moons, asteroids, comets, exoplanets, and so much more with an expert guide who will show you the most cutting-edge images and research—and what the future of space exploration could be.

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r********m
November 13, 2019
I agree with the previous reviewer. This is awesome. Photon momentum redirecting asteroids. Salty sub surface oceans or compressed liquid metallic hydrogen inducing magnetic fields. Ocean shorelines and tsunamis on Mars. So much fascinating info. Huge thanks to Prof Stanley & tgcplus!

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l********m
November 9, 2019
Absolutely riviting! I'll need to watch the entire course again as so much fascinating information is being presented. I'm finding that I need to hit the pause button frequently just to think about what I'm hearing. I'll take notes on pass # 2. Thanks!

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