The Sun

The Sun By Dr. Parul R. Sheth
Publisher: National Book Trust 2004 | 144 Pages | ISBN: 8123744242 | File type: PDF | 2 mb

The Sun is a life-giver, forever shining and giving out light and heat. It sustains the life and activity on earth. The fiery mass is also the driving force behind weather patterns, creating rainbows and rain, providing solar energy and life threatening illnesses as well. The list is endless. The Sun plays an important part in our development as a modern social society and continues to influence us today and for many years to come.
This book will appeal to all those who are curious to know more about the wonders pertaining to the mindblowing effects of our nearest star on the natural events that occur on the Earth, on plants, animals and human beings.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR : Dr. Parul R. Sheth, recipient of the C.B. Sharma National Award for Science Communicators, 2003, is a renowned science writer. After completing M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, she obtained her doctorate in Biochemistry from Seth G.S. Medical College, Mumbai. She worked at the Institute for Research in Reproduction, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) before joining the editorial board of Science Today. She has to her credit many research papers, popular science books and articles in various newspapers and magazines. She has also contributed to many science programmes broadcast by the All India Rad

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