Mars Haynes Owners Workshop Manual

$11.00 USD
By David M Harland. From early telescopic observations through the dawn of the space age, to today's quest for life on Mars, this book explains the history of man's study and analysis of the planet, and how modern-day science has furthered out understanding of Mars. Hardback

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By David M Harland

Hardback

This manual takes a look at what we know about the 'red planet' that has fascinated man for centuries, and presents the next major challenge in the exploration of our solar system.

From early telescopic observations through the dawn of the space age, to today's quest for life on Mars, using orbiters, landers and rovers, following the discovery of water ice below the planet's surface, this book explains the history of man's study and analysis of the planet, and how modern-day science has furthered out understanding of Mars.

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Haynes

Mars Haynes Owners Workshop Manual

$11.00 USD

By David M Harland

Hardback

This manual takes a look at what we know about the 'red planet' that has fascinated man for centuries, and presents the next major challenge in the exploration of our solar system.

From early telescopic observations through the dawn of the space age, to today's quest for life on Mars, using orbiters, landers and rovers, following the discovery of water ice below the planet's surface, this book explains the history of man's study and analysis of the planet, and how modern-day science has furthered out understanding of Mars.

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