The Tunguska Mystery (astronomers' Universe).

The Tunguska Mystery (astronomers' Universe)

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ISBN details

  • ISBN 10: 0387765735
  • ISBN 13: 9780387765730


Overview

The Summer Of 1908 Witnessed The Arrival Of An Unknown Space Body And An Explosion Over The Tunguska Forest In Central Siberia That Could Have Flattened Any Major City On Earth. Since Then, Numerous Attempts Have Been Made To Unravel This Mystery. The Public Has Often Read Headlines That Said: The Great Enigma Of The Tunguska Meteorite Has Been Solved! But Such Statements Were Premature. Only Now Do We Have The Opportunity To Solve The Problem By Harnessing The Discovered Facts And Building A Multidisciplinary Picture Of The Tunguska Event. No More Guessing And Flawed Hypotheses - Just Objectivity, Empiricism, And Taking Into Account All Reliable Data. The Tunguska Explosion Has Been Publicized In The Popular Press And Scientific Journals For Decades, Yet Both The General Public And The Science Community Still Seem Unaware Of The Complicated Details Of This Event. However, The Subject Is Not Unfathomable. In This Book You Will Find Out About The Discoveries Made By Past Investigations, As Well As About The Questions We Still Have To Answer To Discover The True Nature Of The Tunguska Catastrophe.--jacket. The Enigma Of Tunguska -- The Big Bang Of More Than Regional Significance -- A Shocking Discovery -- Ideas Become Bizarre -- Radical New Research -- Tracks Too Large To Be Seen -- The Third Key -- Significant Details For The Big Picture -- Grasping The Chaos -- From Comet To Plasmoid To Mirror Matter -- The Theory Is Dead : Long Live The New Model -- So What Is The Answer? Vladimir Rubtsov ; [editor, Edward Ashpole]. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.

Other Details

  • Publisher: Copernicus
  • Language: Eng English
  • Format: print
  • Edition: 2009
  • Dimensions: ix, 318 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 25 cm.
  • Pages: 318
  • Date Published: 2009
  • Authors: Vladimir Rubtsov