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Meet The Sun by Ruth Finnegan and Claudio Vita-Finzi gives readers glimpses of the fascinating world of the sun and its majestic beauty. Where did the sun come from in the first place? The pre-solar cloud of dust and gas was supplying the solar nebula that was ancestral to the solar system. The authors discuss how the solar system itself is constantly changing and how the sun has evolved since its coagulation from the nebula. The book also speaks about the stability of the solar system but how changes in the sun's output can affect health, power supplies, and satellite systems. The workings and inconsistencies of the sun are discussed in detail.
Meet The Sun discusses the sun extensively and in detail, giving readers all the aspects regarding health, power supplies, and satellite systems which are informative and helpful when it comes to understanding the power of the sun. There are historical references about the sun, and the images shared in the book are attractive and will help readers understand what is being discussed better. The effects of the sun and its possible benefits are discussed; Ruth Finnegan and Claudio Vita-Finzi also speak about the solar system with words from scientists and modern astrologers. The book can be kept in libraries and used for reference to learn many details about the sun and the solar system.