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An Autobiography of Moon

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About the Book

Despite its closeness and familiarity, the Moon continues to hold many captivating secrets. There are questions about the Moon one may like to know the answer for: What is its origin; why does it change its shape every day; why do we see only half of it; why is it moving away from the Earth; why its two sides are different and why there are more craters on one side; why does its sky looks black even in the daytime; why there is no eclipses on each “no Moon' and “full Moon” days (Rahu-Ketu concept); why there are two high tides and two low tides each day; why there is a persistent twilight glow over its horizon; how it's minerals and other resources can help us on Earth; what would have happened if it was not there?

ANSWERS TO ALL THESE AND MUCH MORE IN THIS BOOK.

About the Author

Ramesh Shishu got his Doctorate in Chemical Engineering in 1972 from University of Detroit, USA. Earlier he studied in HBTI, Kanpur, India. He has 42 years of varied experience in academics and corporate world. He worked in Ford Motor Company, USA; BITS Pilani, India; HIL Ltd., India; and superannuated (2005) as Managing Director from Supercor Industries, Nigeria. He has published over two dozen technical papers and reports and a science book “Travel Beyond the Earth ̶ Reaching the Moon”. He is co-inventor and patent holder in India, UK, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. He lives in Michigan and Pennsylvania, USA with his wife, children and grandchildren. He enjoys reading, writing and music.

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Author

Ramesh Shishu

ISBN

9788174803016

Pages

128