Mysterious Universe:

A Handbook Of

Astronomical Anomalies

by William R. Corliss

Sourcebook Project, Glen Arm MD 1997

710 pages

An anomaly is anything that does not fit into currently accepted scientific theory.  William Corliss had edited several books on anomalous phenomena.  He has researched scientific journals from the 1800's to the present to look for accounts of unusual phenomena that science can not explain. The book here reviewed has chapters on the various planets, the moon, meteors and meteorites, comets and enigmatic objects.  While UFQ's are not mentioned by name, some anomalous lights seen by astronomers could possibly be UFQ's.  This book is evidence that science has much yet to learn about the universe.

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