This is an extensive volume edited by a group of well-established researchers with similarly well-established authors involved in writing each of the major chapters. The volume has an extensive table of contents that breaks it into seven major chapters, not nine as the typographical error in the table of contents suggests. At least on the surface, this volume would appear to be timely, following the announcement by President Bush of NASA’s return to the Moon. Our knowledge of the Moon expanded greatly in a veritable explosion of papers during and immediately following the Apollo missions. With the early cessations of...

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