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Is Mars Habitable?

Auteur Alfred Russel Wallace
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Speelduur 2u 57m 6s
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Beschrijving

"Few persons except astronomers fully realise that of all the planets of the Solar system the only one whose solid surface has been seen with certainty is Mars."

In 1907, Alfred Russel Wallace wrote the short book "Is Mars Habitable?" in response to Professor Percival Lowell's book "Mars and its Canals." The latter seemed to invalidated the claims Wallace made in his 1902 book "Man's Place in the Universe," in which he came to the conclusion that Mars was not habitable.
In order to write this new volume, he embarked on months of research, interviewed experts, and scrupulously studied the martian climate and atmospheric conditions. Wallace points out that there are no signs of water vapour in Mars’ atmosphere, and that Lowell’s analysis of its climate was seriously flawed in several other aspects, which he discusses in detail here.

Details

UitgeverSAGA Egmont
Publicatiedatum 6 augustus 2020
ISBN 9788726471878
Taal Engels
Speelduur 2u 57m 6s
Bestandsgrootte 122 MB
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Over de auteur
Alfred Russel Wallace