Lunar and Planetary Institute







A Spacecraft Tour of the Solar System

References and Suggested Reading

Balich M. E. (2000) The Cambridge Planetary Handbook. Cambridge Univ., Cambridge. 336 pp.

Beatty J. K., Petersen C. C., and Chaiken A., eds. (1999) The New Solar System, 4th edition. Sky Publishing/Cambridge Univ., Cambridge. 421 pp.

Garlick M. A. (2002) Story of the Solar System. Cambridge Univ., Cambridge. 154 pp.

Greeley R. (1993) Planetary Landscapes. Chapman and Hall, New York. 286 pp.

Greeley R. and Batson R. (1997) The NASA Atlas of the Solar System. Cambridge Univ., Cambridge. 369 pp.

Morrison D. (1982) Voyages to Saturn. NASA SP-451, U.S. Govt. Printing Office, Washington, DC. 227 pp.

Morrison D. and Samz J. (1980) Voyage to Jupiter. NASA SP-439, U.S. Govt. Printing Office, Washington, DC. 199 pp.

Shirley J. H. and Fairbridge R. W. (1997) Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences. Chapman and Hall, New York. 990 pp.

Taylor F. W.(2001) The Cambridge Photographic Guide to the Planets. Cambridge Univ., Cambridge. 305 pp.

Watters T. R. (1995) Planets — A Smithsonian Guide. Macmillan, New York. 256 pp.

Weissman P. R., McFadden L. A., and Johnson T. V. (1999) Encyclopedia of Planetary Science. Academic, New York. 992 pp.

 


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