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Alfven, H., and Arrhenius, G., 1976, Evolution of the Solar System [NASA SP-345 ed.]: Washington, D.C., National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 599 p.

Amato, I., 1989, Expanding a Theory for Shifting Starlight: Science News, v. 136, no. 326.

Anders, E., Hayatso, R., and Studier, M. H., 1973, Organic compounds in meteorites: Science, v. 182, p. 781-790.

Asimov, I., 1971, What is Beyond the Universe?: Science Digest, v. 69, p. 69-70.

Blitz, L., 1982, Giant molecular-cloud complexes in the galaxy: Scientific American, v. 246, no. 4, p. 84-94.

Blitz, L., Fich, M., and Kulkarni, S., 1983, The new Milky Way: Science, v. 220, p. 1233-1240.

Bradley, J. P., Brownlee, D. E., and Fraundorf, P., 1984, Discovery of nuclear tracks in interplanetary dust: Science, v. 226, p. 1432-1434.

Brandt, J. C., 1981, Comets: San Francisco, W.H. Freeman and Co., 92 p.; Readings from Scientific American.

Brandt, J. C., Maran, S. P., Williamson, R., Harrington, R., Cochran, C., Kennedy, M., Kennedy, W., and Chamberlain, V., 1974, Possible Rock Art Records of the Crab Nebula Supernova in the Western United States, in Aveni, A. F., ed., Archeoastronomy in Pre-Columbian America: Austin, Texas, University of Texas Press.

Brandt, J. C., Marin, S. P., and Stecher, T. P., 1971, Astronomers Ask Archaeologists Aid: Archaeology, v. 21, p. 360.

Broecker, W. S., 1966, Absolute dating and the astronomical theory of glaciation: Science, v. 151, p. 229-304.

Chen, A., 1983, Signs of first intergalactic cloud spotted: Science News, v. 123, p. 148.

Cohen, M., 1988, In Darkness Born: The Story of Star Formation: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Dohnanyl, J. S., 1972, Interplanetary objects in review: Statistics of their masses and dynamics: Icarus, v. 17, p. 1-48.

Dunham, D. W., Sofia, S., Fiala, A. D., Herald, D., and Muller, P. M., 1980, Observations of a probable change in the solar radius between 1715 and 1979: Science, v. 210, p. 1243-1244.

Eberhart, J., 1987, Signs of 'Something' Circling a Star: Science News, v. 132, no. 327.

---, 1988, Seeking New Worlds: More from 'Beta Pic': Science News, v. 133, no. 311.

Eddy, J. A., and Boornazian, A. A., 1979, Secular decrease in solar diameter, 1863-1953 (Abstract): Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, v. 11, p. 437.

Faul, H., 1966, Ages of Rocks, Planets, and Stars: New York, McGraw-Hill.

Ferris, T., 1988, Coming of Age in the Milky Way: New York, William Morrow.

Fisher, D. E., 1987, The Birth of the Earth: A Wanderlied Through Space, Time and the Human Imagination: New York, Columbia University Press.

Fox, S. W., Harada, K., and Hare, P. E., 1981, Amino acids from the Moon: Notes on meteorites: Subcellular Biochemistry, v. 8, p. 357-373.

French, B. M., 1981, The Moon, in Beatty, J. K., O'Leary, B., and Chaikin, A., eds., The New Solar System: Cambridge, Mass., Sky, p. 71-82.

Glasstone, S., 1968, The Book of Mars: Washington, D.C., NASA.

Goldreich, P., 1972, Tides and the earth-moon system: Scientific American, v. 226, no. 4, p. 43-52.

Goldstein, S. J., Jr., Trasco, J. D., and Ogburn, T. J., III, 1973, On the velocity of light three centuries ago: Astronomical Journal, v. 78, no. 1, p. 122-125.

Gore, R., 1983, The Once and Future Universe: National Geographic, v. 163, no. 6, p. 704-748.

Guth, A. H., 1988, The Birth of the Cosmos, in Osterbrock, D. E., and Raven, P. H., eds., Origins and Extinctions: New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University Press, p. 1-41.

---, 1988, Interview. Omni 11(2): 75-79, 94-96.

Guth, A. H., and Steinhardt, P. J., 1984, The Inflationary Universe: Scientific American, v. 250, no. 5, p. 116-128.

Harrison, E. R., 1980, The paradox of the dark night sky: Mercury, v. 9, no. 4, p. 83-89.

Hartmann, W. K., 1985, Astronomy: The Cosmic Journey [3rd ed.]: Belmont, California, Wadsworth.

Hartmann, W. K., and Davis, D. R., 1975, Satellite-Sized Planetismals and Lunar Origin: Icarus, v. 24, p. 504-515.

Hawking, S. W., 1988, A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes: New York, Bantam, 198 p.

Hays, J. D., Imbrie, J., and Shackleton, N. J., 1976, Variations in earth's orbit: pacemaker of ice ages: Science, v. 194, p. 1121-1132.

Hoyle, F., 1956, THe Steady-State Universe: Scientific American, no. September, p. 157-166.

Jackson, F., and Moore, P., 1987, Life in the Universe: New York, Norton.

Jastrow, R., 1978, God and the Astronomers: New York, Norton.

---, 1979, Red Giants and White Dwarfs [New ed.]: New York, Norton.

---, 1980, Have astronomers found God?: Reader's Digest, v. 117 (699), p. 49-53.

Kerr, R. A., 1978, Climate control: How large a role for orbital variations?: Science, v. 201, p. 144-146.

---, 1982, Planetary rings explained and unexplained: Science, v. 218, p. 141- 144.

---, 1982, Where was the moon eons ago?: Science, v. 221, p. 1166.

Kron, R. G., 1982, The most distant known galaxies: Science, v. 216, p. 265-269.

LaBonte, B. J., and Howard, R., 1981, Measurement of solar radius changes: Science, v. 214, p. 907-909.

Lecar, M., and Franklin, F., 1973, On the original distribution of the asteroids: Icarus, v. 20, p. 422-436.

Lemonick, M. D., 1989, Wormholes in the Heavens: Time, v. 133, no. 3, p. 55.

Meyers, R. A., 1989, Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics: San Diego, California, Academic Press.

Moon, P., and Spencer, D. E., 1953, Binary stars and the velocity of light: Journal of the Optical Society of America, v. 43, p. 635-641.

Morrison, D., 1977, Planetary Astronomy and Velikovsky's Catastrophism, in Goldsmith, D., ed., Scientists Confront Velikovsky: Ithaca, New York, Cornell University Press, p. 145-176.

---, 1982, Astronomy and creationism: Mercury, no. September-October, p. 144- 147.

Munitz, M. K., 1957, Theories of the Universe: Glencoe, The Free Press.

Neugebauer, O., 1954, Ancient Mathematics and Astronomy, in Singer, C., Holmyard, E. J., and Hall, A. R., eds., THe History of Technology: London, Oxford University Press.

Newton, R., 1969, Secular variations of the earth and moon: Science, v. 166, p. 825-831.

Olsen, P. E., 1986, A 40-million-year lake record of early Mesozoic orbital climatic forcing: Science, v. 234, p. 842-848.

Pecker, J. C., Roberts, A. P., and Vigier, J. P., 1972, Non-velocity redshifts and photon-photon interactions: Nature, v. 237, p. 227-229.

Peterson, I., 1988, Hints of Planets Circling Nearby Stars: Science News, v. 134, p. 103.

---, 1989, Astronomers Glimpse Birth of a Pulsar: Science News, v. 135, p. 100.

Pettersson, H., 1960, Cosmic Sphereules and Meteoritic Dust: Scientific American, v. 202, p. 123-132.

Pollack, J. B., and Cuzzi, J. N., 1981, Rings in the solar system: Scientific American, v. 245, no. 5, p. 105-129.

Raloff, J., 1986, Is There a Cosmic Chemistry of Life?: Science News, v. 130, p. 182.

Ruderman, M. A., 1974, Possible consequences of nearby supernova explosions for atmospheric ozone and terrestrial life: Science, v. 184, p. 1079-1081.

Russell, J. L., 1983, Astronomical Creation: The Evolution of Stars and Planets, in Wilson, D. B., ed., Did the Devil Make Darwin Do It? Modern Perspectives on the Creation/Evolution Controversy: Ames, Iowa, Iowa University Press, p. 46-54.

Sagan, C., 1973, The Cosmic Connection: New York, Doubleday.

---, 1977, An Analysis of "Worlds in Collision", in Goldsmith, D., ed., Scientists Confront Velikovsky: Ithaca, New York, Cornell University Press, p. 41-104.

---, 1980, Cosmos: New York, Random House.

Sagan, C., and Druyan, A., 1985, Comet: New York, Random House.

Sandage, A. R., 1956, The Red-Shift, in Cosmology +1: Readings from Scientific American: San Francisco, W. H. Freeman, 1977.

Setterfield, B., 1984, C decay and the red-shift: Ex Nihilo Technical Journal, v. 1, p. 71-86.

---, 1984, The age of the astronomical universe--a reply: Ex Nihilo Technical Journal, v. 1, p. 95-104.

Shapiro, I. I., 1980, Is the sun shrinking?: Science, v. 208, p. 51-53.

Shklovskii, I. S., and Sagan, C., 1966, Intelligent Life in the Universe: San Francisco, Holden-Day.

Shu, F. H., 1973, Spiral structure, dust clouds, and star formation: American Scientist, v. 61, p. 524-536.

Simon, C., 1984, Mass extinctions and sister stars: Science News, v. 125, p. 116.

---, 1984, Death star: Science News, v. 125, p. 250-252.

Sofia, S., O'Keefe, J., Lesh, J. R., and Endal, A. S., 1979, Solar constant: constraints on possible variations derived from solar diameter measurements: Science, v. 204, p. 1306-1308.

Stephanson, F. R., 1982, Historical eclipses: Scientific American, v. 274, no. 4, p. 170-183.

Strom, S. E., and Strom, K. M., 1979, The evolution of disk galaxies: Scientific American, v. 240, no. 4, p. 72-82.

Stuvier, M., and Quay, P. D., 1980, Changes in atmospheric carbon-14 attributed to a variable sun: Science, v. 207, p. 11-19.

Thomsen, D. E., 1985, The Quantum Universe: A Zero-Point Fluctuation?: Science News, v. 128, p. 72-74.

Trefil, J. S., 1984, The Accidental Universe: Science Digest, p. 53-55, 100-101.

Tryon, E. P., 1989, Cosmic Inflation, in Meyers, R. A., ed., Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Physics: San Diego, California, Academic Press, p. 123-157.

Veeh, H. H., and Chappell, J., 1970, Astronomical theory of climatic change: support from New Guinea: Science, v. 167, p. 862-865.

Waldrop, M. M., 1989, The Supernova 1987A Pulsar: Found?: Science, v. 243, p. 892.

Weinberg, S., 1977, The First Three Minutes: A Modern View of the Origin of the Universe: New York, Basic Books.

Weisburd, S., 1984, Sister star scenario: sound or shot?: Science News, v. 126, p. 279.

Whitcomb, J. C., 1984, The Bible and Astronomy: Winona Lake, Indiana, BMH Books.

Wilson, R. W., 1979, The Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation: Science, v. 205, p. 866-874.

Woolsey, S. E., and Phillips, M. M., 1988, Supernova 1987A!: Science, v. 240, p. 750-759.

Zeilik, M., 1982, Astronomy: The Evolving Universe [2nd ed.]: New York, Harper & Row, 623 p.

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