Phoenix Lander/Titan books?
Posted 05 February 2013 - 11:58 PM
Also, has anyone run across a current, in-depth book on Titan, based on the Cassini/Huygens mission? Something on about the level of Mike Carr's "The Surface of Mars" would be the ideal, but I'd love to hear about anything anyone knows of!
IMO, Titan is the new Mars. I just have this feeling that, if we ever get a sufficiently sophisticated probe on the surface, we'll find a biosphere of an amazing nature!
Posted 06 February 2013 - 01:56 AM
Posted 29 March 2013 - 08:51 PM
I have the book by Lorenz, this appears to be a more scholarly work, I would imagine it is pretty technical.
Thanks, Preston. I checked it out, and it may be a little too technical (and expensive) for me at the moment. (This may change later). After reading "Titan Unveiled" by Lorenz & Mitton, I just ordered their earlier (pre-Cassini) book "Lifting Titan's Veil", which is surely dated, but heck, for $3.98 (free shipping), I don't care. I liked the other book a lot.
Still looking for that up-to-date, semi-popular level Titan book. I've plunked large dinero on current, very technical Mars books; but I'm not quite ready to do it for Titan, until I'm more up to speed.
All suggestions are appreciated!