volume 79, issue 44, P535-535 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00394
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Abstract: Adventures in Celestial Mechanics, Second Edition is written as a textbook, apparently for undergraduates, though this is never specifically stated. The book is engaging and surprisingly easy to read; I recommend it to anyone who wants just a bit of background in celestial mechanics or a brief introduction before plunging into graduate‐level texts. The book's strength lies in its historical and heuristic introduction of the various fundamental concepts of celestial mechanics in easy‐to‐follow detail. Such conc…

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