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In search of stardust

Jon Larsen

In search of stardust

amazing micrometeorites and their terrestrial imposters

by Jon Larsen

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Meteorites,
  • Identification,
  • Rocks

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesIn search of star dust
    StatementJon Larsen
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB755 .L37 2017
    The Physical Object
    Pagination152 pages
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26925468M
    ISBN 10076035264X
    ISBN 109780760352649
    LC Control Number2016057352
    OCLC/WorldCa965806128

      “We humans are basically hunters, and hunting for stardust is a peaceful activity I recommend to everybody everywhere.” To begin identifying micrometeorites on your own, explore a selection of various kinds of tiny particulates (both from space and Earth) featured in Larsen’s new book, In Search of Stardust.   Buy a cheap copy of Stardust book by Neil Gaiman. Stardust is an utterly charming fairy tale in the tradition of The Princess Bride and The Neverending Story. Neil Gaiman, creator of the darkly elegant Sandman Free shipping over $/5(7).

      Stardust is the stars when your love is new and each kiss is an inspiration, which I think is one of the best phrases in popular music. Then after it goes away, there's a little dust left, a. In Search of Stardust is the first comprehensive popular science book about micrometeorites. It\'s also a photo documentary comprising more than 1, previously unpublished images: the first atlas of micrometeorites, hundreds of which are depicted here in high-resolution color microscopic photography and in scanning electron microscope imagery.

    "In Search of Stardust: Amazing Meteorites and Their Terrestrial Imposters" is primarily a photography book. Just like snowflakes, no two micrometeorites are exactly alike. Captured using various methods of magnification, the images in "In Search of Stardust" show the intricateAuthor: Calla Cofield Senior Writer. In Search of Stardust is the first comprehensive popular science book about micrometeorites. It's also a photo documentary comprising more than 1, previously unpublished images: the first atlas of micrometeorites, hundreds of which are depicted here in high-resolution colour microscopic photography and in scanning electron microscope imagery.


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In Search of Stardust is the first comprehensive popular science book about micrometeorites. It's also a photo documentary comprising more than 1, previously unpublished images: the first atlas of micrometeorites, hundreds of which are depicted here in high-resolution color microscopic photography and in scanning electron microscope imagery/5(63).

In Search of Stardust is a very interesting book with beautiful photos of micrometeorites and other terrestrial objects that aren't meteorites (those in the biz sometimes call them "meteor wrongs"). While the photography is stunning, the book is very short on text, making it something of a mini coffee table book/5.

In a statement about the book, the publisher says there is no other book quite like "In Search of Stardust," and we'd have to agree. (Larsen recommends some. In search of Stardust is the first comprehensive popular science book about micrometeorites.

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微隕. Stardust Summary. Dunstan Thorn lives in the tiny town of Wall, and when he's eighteen, he crosses through the wall to attend the once-every-nine-years Faerie Market. He's told he'll get his Heart's Desire, which in this case means shacking up with an exotic-looking slave woman.

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Chapter One In Which We Learn of the Village of Wall, and of the Curious Thing That Occurs There Every Nine Years There was once a young man who wished to gain his Heart’s Desire. And while that is, as beginnings go, not entirely novel (for every tale about every young man there ever was or will be could start in a similar manner) there was much about this young man and.

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on STARDUST. A twisting, wondrous tale full of magic that only Neil Gaiman could have written. Chicago Tribune. A wonderful tale Brand: HarperCollins Publishers. Tristran, remembering the old nursery rhyme, The Lion and the Unicorn, picks up the crown and gives it to the Lion.

With the crown upon its head, the Lion slips away into the forest. Tristran and Yvaine spend the night at the clearing beside the wounded Unicorn. Yvaine escapes on the Unicorn when Tristran leaves in search of food.

Stardust () Plot. Showing all 5 items Jump to: Summaries (4) Synopsis (1) Summaries. In a countryside town bordering on a magical land, a young man makes a promise to his beloved that he'll retrieve a fallen star by venturing into the magical realm. and the two sons of the dead King also search for Yvaine because she wears the necklace.

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