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Lunar Geology

£19.99

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In this book Dr Fielder discusses the points which changed his view from a theory of meteor bombardment of the surface of the Moon, causing the features observed on the surface, to a theory of volcanic activity. He defines the figure of the Moon and studies the statistics of lunar craters, the nature of the soil, faulting, tectonic synthesis and the origin of the ring-structures and craters. Contains numerous illustrations and line drawings and a section with 24 pages of b/w photographs of the Moon's surface. The book is bound in green cloth with gilt titles. There is surface wear to corners, and on the slightly bumped spine ends. Some small yellow discolouration spots on the spine and the right edge of the front cover. Text block edges are tanned and lightly foxed. A Foyles bookshop label is attached to the front free end paper. Binding tight. The jacket is lightly browned along edges and down flap folds; corners and spine ends are slightly worn and have small chips; closed tear approx. 1 cm to lower left front cover. Small old label mark on front flap. Price clipped. The book would be useful to students learning about the study of the Moon in the Sixties and beginning observations of the Moon with a telescope.

Item details

Author(s):
Gilbert Fielder
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
15.5 x 22.8 cms
Edition:
1965
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
184
Publisher:
Lutterworth Press
Title:
Lunar Geology

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In this book Dr Fielder discusses the points which changed his view from a theory of meteor bombardment of the surface of the Moon, causing the features observed on the surface, to a theory of volcanic activity. He defines the figure of the Moon and studies the statistics of lunar craters, the nature of the soil, faulting, tectonic synthesis and the origin of the ring-structures and craters. Contains numerous illustrations and line drawings and a section with 24 pages of b/w photographs of the Moon's surface. The book is bound in green cloth with gilt titles. There is surface wear to corners, and on the slightly bumped spine ends. Some small yellow discolouration spots on the spine and the right edge of the front cover. Text block edges are tanned and lightly foxed. A Foyles bookshop label is attached to the front free end paper. Binding tight. The jacket is lightly browned along edges and down flap folds; corners and spine ends are slightly worn and have small chips; closed tear approx. 1 cm to lower left front cover. Small old label mark on front flap. Price clipped. The book would be useful to students learning about the study of the Moon in the Sixties and beginning observations of the Moon with a telescope.

Author(s):
Gilbert Fielder
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
15.5 x 22.8 cms
Edition:
1965
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
184
Publisher:
Lutterworth Press
Title:
Lunar Geology

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