The Solar System 10th edition

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Michael A. Seeds and Dana E. Backman
Publisher: Cengage Learning

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  • Chapter 1: Here and Now
    • 1.1: Where Are We?
    • 1.2: When Is Now?
    • 1.3: Why Study Astronomy?
    • 1: Problems From Book (20)
    • 1: Supplemental Problems (34)
    • 1: Tutorial and Media Problems (2)

  • Chapter 2: A User's Guide to the Sky
    • 2.1: Stars and Constellations
    • 2.2: The Sky And Celestial Motion
    • 2.3: Sun and Planets
    • 2.4: Astronomical Influences on Earth's Climate
    • 2: Problems From Book (23)
    • 2: Supplemental Problems (49)
    • 2: Tutorial and Media Problems (5)

  • Chapter 3: Moon Phases and Eclipses
    • 3.1: The Changeable Moon
    • 3.2: Lunar Eclipses
    • 3.3: Solar Eclipses
    • 3.4: Predicting Eclipses
    • 3: Problems From Book (24)
    • 3: Supplemental Problems (43)
    • 3: Tutorial and Media Problems (5)

  • Chapter 4: Origins of Modern Astronomy
    • 4.1: Roots of Astronomy
    • 4.2: The Copernican Revolution
    • 4.3: Tycho, Kepler, and Planetary Motion
    • 4.4: Galileo's Conclusive Evidence
    • 4.5: Ninety-Nine Years That Revolutionized Astronomy
    • 4: Problems From Book (19)
    • 4: Supplemental Problems (49)
    • 4: Tutorial and Media Problems (3)

  • Chapter 5: Gravity
    • 5.1: Galileo's and Newton's Two New Sciences
    • 5.2: Orbital Motion and Tides
    • 5.3: Einstein and Relativity
    • 5: Problems From Book (32)
    • 5: Supplemental Problems (43)
    • 5: Tutorial and Media Problems (6)

  • Chapter 6: Light and Telescopes
    • 6.1: Radiation: Information From Space
    • 6.2: Telescopes
    • 6.3: Observatories on Earth: Optical and Radio
    • 6.4: Airborne and Space Observatories
    • 6.5: Astronomical Instruments and Techniques
    • 6.6: Non-Electromagnetic Astronomy
    • 6: Problems From Book (31)
    • 6: Supplemental Problems (51)
    • 6: Tutorial and Media Problems (4)

  • Chapter 7: Atoms and Spectra
    • 7.1: Atoms
    • 7.2: Interactions of Light and Matter
    • 7.3: Understanding Spectra
    • 7: Problems From Book (28)
    • 7: Supplemental Problems (45)
    • 7: Tutorial and Media Problems (5)

  • Chapter 8: The Sun
    • 8.1: The Solar Photosphere and Atmosphere
    • 8.2: Solar Activity
    • 8.3: Nuclear Fusion in the Sun
    • 8: Problems From Book (28)
    • 8: Supplemental Problems (44)
    • 8: Tutorial and Media Problems (7)

  • Chapter 9: Origins of Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
    • 9.1: The Sun Among the Stars
    • 9.2: The Birth of Stars
    • 9.3: The Deaths of Stars
    • 9.4: Our Home Galaxy
    • 9.5: The Universe of Galaxies
    • 9.6: The Origin of the Universe
    • 9.7: The Story of Matter
    • 9: Problems From Book (37)
    • 9: Supplemental Problems (51)
    • 9: Tutorial and Media Problems (4)

  • Chapter 10: Origin of the Solar System and Extrasolar Planets
    • 10.1: A Survey of the Solar System
    • 10.2: The Great Chain of Origins
    • 10.3: Building Planets
    • 10.4: Planets Orbiting Other Stars
    • 10: Problems From Book (26)
    • 10: Supplemental Problems (49)
    • 10: Tutorial and Media Problems (4)

  • Chapter 11: Earth: The Active Planet
    • 11.1: A Travel Guide to the Terrestrial Planets
    • 11.2: Earth as a Planet
    • 11.3: The Solid Earth
    • 11.4: Earth's Atmosphere
    • 11: Problems From Book (19)
    • 11: Supplemental Problems (42)
    • 11: Tutorial and Media Problems (5)

  • Chapter 12: The Moon and Mercury: Comparing Airless Worlds
    • 12.1: The Moon
    • 12.2: Mercury
    • 12: Problems From Book (20)
    • 12: Supplemental Problems (39)
    • 12: Tutorial and Media Problems (5)

  • Chapter 13: Venus and Mars
    • 13.1: Venus
    • 13.2: Mars
    • 13.3: Mars's Moons
    • 13: Problems From Book (17)
    • 13: Supplemental Problems (40)
    • 13: Tutorial and Media Problems (4)

  • Chapter 14: Jupiter and Saturn
    • 14.1: A Travel Guide to the Outer Solar System
    • 14.2: Jupiter
    • 14.3: Jupiter's Moons and Rings
    • 14.4: Saturn
    • 14.5: Saturn's Moons and Rings
    • 14: Problems From Book (16)
    • 14: Supplemental Problems (53)
    • 14: Tutorial and Media Problems (5)

  • Chapter 15: Uranus, Neptune, and the Kuiper Belt
    • 15.1: Uranus
    • 15.2: Neptune
    • 15.3: Pluto and the Kuiper Belt
    • 15: Problems From Book (19)
    • 15: Supplemental Problems (41)
    • 15: Tutorial and Media Problems (4)

  • Chapter 16: Meteorites, Asteroids, and Comets
    • 16.1: Meteorites, Meteors, and Meteoroids
    • 16.2: Asteroids
    • 16.3: Comets
    • 16.4: Asteroid and Comet Impacts
    • 16: Problems From Book (13)
    • 16: Supplemental Problems (46)
    • 16: Tutorial and Media Problems (6)

  • Chapter 17: Astrobiology: Life on Other Worlds
    • 17.1: The Nature of Life
    • 17.2: Life in the Universe
    • 17.3: Intelligent Life in the Universe
    • 17: Problems From Book (22)
    • 17: Supplemental Problems (46)
    • 17: Tutorial and Media Problems (5)

  • Chapter VAL: Virtual Astronomy Labs
    • Lab 1: Measurement and Unit Conversion (3)
    • Lab 2: Light and Matter (4)
    • Lab 3: The Doppler Effect (2)
    • Lab 4: The Solar Wind and Cosmic Rays (3)
    • Lab 5: Planetary Geology (3)
    • Lab 6: Tides and Tidal Forces (2)
    • Lab 7: Planetary Atmospheres (2)
    • Lab 8: Extrasolar Planets (3)
    • Lab 9: Kepler's Laws (3)
    • Lab 10: Helioseismology
    • Lab 11: Asteroids and Kuiper Belt Objects (3)
    • Lab 12: Astronomical Distance Scales (3)


Fascinating, engaging and extremely visual, The Solar System, 10th edition, emphasizes the scientific method throughout as it guides students to answer two fundamental questions: What are we? And how do we know? In addition to exploring the newest developments and latest discoveries in the exciting field of Astronomy, authors Seeds and Backman discuss the interplay between evidence and hypothesis, providing both factual information and a conceptual framework for understanding the logic of science. Available with WebAssign, the powerful digital solution that enriches the teaching and learning experience.

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Chapter 1: Here and Now
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Chapter 2: A User's Guide to the Sky
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Chapter 3: Moon Phases and Eclipses
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Chapter 4: Origins of Modern Astronomy
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Chapter 5: Gravity
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Chapter 6: Light and Telescopes
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Chapter 7: Atoms and Spectra
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Chapter 8: The Sun
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Chapter 9: Origins of Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
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Chapter 10: Origin of the Solar System and Extrasolar Planets
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Chapter 11: Earth: The Active Planet
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Chapter 12: The Moon and Mercury: Comparing Airless Worlds
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Chapter 13: Venus and Mars
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Chapter 14: Jupiter and Saturn
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Chapter 15: Uranus, Neptune, and the Kuiper Belt
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Chapter 16: Meteorites, Asteroids, and Comets
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Chapter 17: Astrobiology: Life on Other Worlds
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