Far Worlds in the astronomical researches

(rev.: Paul Murdin. The Secret Lives of Planets: Order, Chaos, and Uniqueness in the Solar System)


"The work realized as part of the projectproject funded by the Minister of Science and Higher Education within the program under the name "Regional Initiative of Excellence" in 2019-2022 (project number: 028/RID/2018/19, the amount of funding: 11 742 500 PLN)".


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