Paperback: 232 pages
In 1930 astronomer Clyde Tombaugh made the discovery of a lifetime: the planet Pluto. His work remains relevant today as astronomers continue their search for planets in the outskirts of our solar system. This fascinating biography chronicles the life of one of the giants of 20th century astronomy. Originally published by the University of Arizona Press in 1991, this edition contains a new foreword by renowned astronomy writer David H. Levy.