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THE TUNGUSKA FIREBALL (Hardback) (second hand copy)

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THE TUNGUSKA FIREBALL:
SOLVING ONE OF THE GREATEST MYSTERIES OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY


by Surendra Verma

(Hardback) 
(second hand copy in mint condition)


​​​​​​​At 7:14 am on 30 June 1908 a huge fireball exploded in the Siberian sky. A thousand times the force of the Hiroshima bomb, it flattened an area of remote Tunguska forest larger than Greater London.

What was it? A century on, and no one knows for sure. Suspects range from comets or mini black holes into the realms of science fiction and conspiracy. The author tells the remarkable story of the fireball and makes a number of suggestions as to what the Tunguska object might have been.

​​​​​​​Illustrated with occasional black and white photographs and maps.

Published by Icon Books. 2005. Hardback.
​​​​​​​275 pages. Unused condition.


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Size: 21 x 14 centimetres
Weight: 400 grams

PRICE: £5.00
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THE TUNGUSKA FIREBALL (Hardback) (second hand copy)