The Modern Moon: A Personal View
Drawing on both telescopic and spacecraft observations of the Moon, The Modern Moon: A Personal View is the authoritative guidebook that tells readers which features to look for and why to look. Set up your telescope and let Wood unravel the Moon's complex past as you gaze at lunar vistas.
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Z Impact Craters and Lava Flows
The Imbrium Basin
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