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Detour to a Comet: Journey of the International Cometary Explorer, by Robert Farquhar; Weapons in Space: Implications for the Civil Uses of Space; Investigating Venus: Arecibo Radar Maps the Planet, by James W. Head
Visions of 2010, by Louis D. Friedman; Looking Spaceward: Life, Work and Leisure...Out There, by Arnauld Nicogossian; Living on the Moon, by James D. Burke; Returning to the Moon, by Harrison H. Schmitt; The Case for Mars, by Christopher P. McKay
Planets and Perils, by Owen B. Toon; Volcanoes and Atmospheres: Catastrophic Influences on Planets, by Susan Werner Kieffer; A Talk With Eugene Shoemaker, by Charlene Anderson; Greenhouses and Glaciers: Climate Change and the Continuously Habitable Zone Around the Sun, by James F. Kasting; Precessing Worlds: Planetary Spin and Climatic Stability, by William R. Ward; Intelligence and Catastrophe: The Cosmic Quarantine Hypothesis, by Steven Soter
Seeding the Galaxy: The Los Alamos Conference on Interstellar Migrations, by Eric M. Jones and Ben R. Finney; Dust Disk Discovered Orbiting Star, by Lyndine McAfee; Lightning, Clouds and Volcanoes: Searching for Lightning on Venus, by Leonid V. Ksanfomaliti
In Search of Other Worlds, by David C. Black; Are There Worlds Everywhere? by Eugene H. Levy; Dust Disks Around Young Stars, by Martin Cohen; Evidence for Sub-Stellar Companions, by D. W. McCarthy, Jr.; The Suns in the Sky: Multiple Stars and Planetary Systems, by R. S. Harrington; Astrometry: The Search for Other Planetary Systems, by John W. Stein; Spectroscopic Searches for Other Planetary Systems, by Robert S. McMillan; The Space Telescope's Search for Planets Around Other Stars, by Jane Russell
Getting Our Hands on the Universe, by Bevan M. French; Moon Rocks: Still New Questions About an Old Moon, by G. Jeffrey Taylor; Meteorites: Little Rocks with Lots of History, by Harry Y. McSween, Jr.; Cosmic Dust, by Donald E. Brownlee; Meteorites on Ice, by Ursula B. Marvin; The Resources of Space, by Larry A. Haskin; The Long Reach, by Bevan M. French
"No Small Rapture": The Exploration of Saturn's Moon Titan, by Carl Sagan; A Glimpse of the Past? The Evolution of Titan's Atmosphere, by Tobias Owen; Discovering Organic Molecules on Titan, by Rudolf Hanel and John Pearl; Mucky Seas and Hazy Skies: An Ethane Ocean on Titan? by Jonathan Lunine; The Tides of Titan, by Stanley F. Dermott; The Future Exploration of Titan, by Byron L. Swenson
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