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Discovering Pluto

exploration at the edge of the solar system

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      • Includes bibliographical references (pages 421-463) and index.

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        LC Classifications2018
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 76 p. :
        Number of Pages66
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        ISBN 100816534314
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        Twenty-Seven Years and Three Billion Miles A New Planet Gaps With the Tip of a Pen Post-Discovery Controversies The Search for Planet X Clydes Planet Planetary Astronomy Planetary Science, New Technology, and the Discovery of Ice Whence the Ices? Chemistry in the Solar System Icy Earth and Beyond Why Ice on Pluto Matters New Discoveries and a New Paradigm Ices Predict an Atmosphere Surprise! A Moon Is Found More Than Ice : Some Extraordinary Chemistry Genesis of a Flight to Pluto The Flight of New Horizons Pluto and Charon : Marvelous Worlds On to the Kuiper Belt Appendix 1. The New Horizons Science Team Appendix 2. The New Horizons Spacecraft.

        Discovering Pluto is an authoritative account of the exploration of Pluto and its moons from the first inklings of tentative knowledge through the exciting discoveries made during the flyby of the NASA New Horizons research spacecraft in July 2015. Co-author Dale P. Cruikshank was a co-investigator on the New Horizons mission, while co-author William Sheehan is a noted historian of the Solar System. Telling the tale of Plutos discovery, the authors recount the grand story of our unfolding knowledge of the outer Solar System, from William Herschels serendipitous discover of Uranus in 1781, to the 1846 mathematical prediction of Neptunes existence, to Percival Lowells studies of the wayward motions of those giant planets leading to his prediction of another world farther out.--Dust jacket flap. File Size: 7MB.


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This Day in History: Discovering Pluto

New Horizons, the spacecraft he has dreamed and schemed about for 17 years, should now be on its way to Pluto and beyond, Discovering Pluto the Kuiper belt. " offered this perspective on Tombaugh's place in history: "Clyde Tombaugh discovered the Kuiper Belt. 2015 1187 km New Horizons measurement from optical data 2017 1188.

Its surface is covered with frozen gases Discovering Pluto evaporate and form an atmosphere when its orbit approaches the sun. LaPaz was implicated in the discovery in addition to Tombaugh. This alone is not enough to protect Pluto; from the planets especially Neptune could alter Pluto's orbit such as its over millions of years so that a collision could be possible.

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