CREDITS:
      

Melie Art: Amelia Batchelor

Artistic creation and interpretation: A. Pettolino

Kevin and Brenda Hayne: Computer scientists

B.Lemcke: Engineer/Math

PUBLISHED REFERENCES

The Star Guide, by: Robin Kerrod. Viking Press and Penguin Books.Scientific Encyclopedia,
by Van Nostrand.

Illustrated Encyclopedia of Astronomy, by John Man. Chancellor Press.

Sky watching, by David H. Levy and John O’Bryne. R. D. Press and the Nature Co.

Exploring the Universe, by Mitchell Beazley. California Institute of Technology
and Carnegie Institution of Washington.

The Illustrated Guide to Astronomy, by Bill Yenne. Bison Books, London.

Gas Encyclopedia: The Book, by Air Liquid and Edward Elsevier.

The World Almanac and Book of Facts (1953-2011).

Whitaker’s Almanack (1969).

Webster’s Encyclopedia Unabridged Dictionary.

Einstein: His Life and Universe, by Walter Isaacson
Building a Model Solar System, by Eagle moss Publications Ltd., London.

Chemical Principles, by W. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia and London.

Astronomy/Sky Magazines.

Metallurgical and Materials Transactions: April 2004, 35B, 2.

ProQuest Science Journals.

Hal Levinson Ph.D. University of Arizona and The Arizona State Observatory Astronomer.

Surface-Oriented Melt/Substrate Heat Transfer Model in Aluminum Strip Casting.

Triggered Steam Explosions, by Lloyd Nelson, Paul Brooks, Ricardo Bonozza, and Corradini.

Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology, Vol. 40, No. 10, pp. 783-795 (Oct. 2003)
and Vol. 37, No.12, pp.1049-55 (Dec. 2000).

Insights from the Recent Steam Explosion Experiments in TROI, by Hong, Kim, and Shin.

Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries.

International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer: Impact, Recoil and Splashing
of Molten Metal Droplets.

Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology, Vol. 37, No. 12, pp. 1049-55 (Dec. 2000), by
Hajima, Furuta, and Kondo.

INTERNET REFERENCES

NASA

www.askanastronomer.com

www.sciencedirect.com/science

Time Almanac, 2004, p. 430

Wikipedia: Steam Explosion

Mike Bara ‘Super Earth’.com

The Exploded Planet Hypothesis (Metaresearch.org)