The Fallen Sky; An Intimate History of Shooting Stars

By: Cokinos, Christopher

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The Fallen Sky; An Intimate History of Shooting Stars by Cokinos, Christopher
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J P Tarcher, New York, 2009. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Very Good. 800 g; 518 pages in original dual toned papered boards, with photographic illustrated dustjacket. The book is second-hand, but shows no damage. The dustjacket similarly has no damage. Over the course of more than 7 years, the author criss-cross the globe from Greenland to the American Southwest, from Australia to Antarctica, following in the steps of explorers, collectors, and scientists, gaining access to their personal papers and documents, to try to understand the decision that draws so many people to these fragments of Ironstone, these pieces of the universe that we can hold our hands. This is an adventure story, a compelling work of 1st person the free journalism, and a scientific history, all told through the lives of its remarkable characters -- the eccentrics and geniuses have committed themselves to understanding the stuff of life and death that comes from the sky. -- Dustjacket blurb Size: 8 vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. We haven't photographed this book yet. An image can be provided on request. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Science & Technology; ISBN/EAN: 9781585427208. Inventory No: 0234695. . 9781585427208

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