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Family Therapy: Learning to Love Mercury and Pluto

By Ledbetter, William

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Title: Family Therapy: Learning to Love Mercury and Pluto  
Author: Ledbetter, William
Language: English
Subject: Nonfiction, Astronomy, Essay
Collections: Science Fiction Collection, Baen Library Collection
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Publisher: Baen Publishing Enterprises


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Description: William Ledbetter describes our growing curiosity to discover more about our galaxy and universe as we want for a new exciting discovery to spark our interest.

Summary: There are two planets that haven't been closely observed as much as the other planets in our solar system. Mercury and Pluto. Pluto now also just a distant cousin of our other planets and no longer considered a planet. Mercury is a very intriguing planet of study. It's had little points of interest for many scientists. William Ledbetter however finds both Mercury and Pluto fascinating for many reasons. He goes into detail about the many recent discoveries made over the last several years.

Excerpt: So what do we do in the interim? Try to understand or at least accept the quirks and oddities of those we are stuck with? We actually have a great planetary family. Yes, the bigger siblings, Jupiter and Saturn, always get their way, but have used their impressive gravity to nearly sweep our Solar system clean of dangerous debris, making it a safer place for the little ones like Earth and Mars. Of course there is solemn and moody Venus who refuses to talk to anyone despite all of our efforts as well as distant twins Neptune and Uranus, who live lives that seem to have little to do with the rest of the family.

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