Before Mars

Author: Emma Newman

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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Hugo Award winner Emma Newman returns to the captivating Planetfall universe with a dark tale of a woman stationed on Mars who starts to have doubts about everything around her. After months of travel, Anna Kubrin finally arrives on Mars for her new job as a geologist and de facto artist in residence--and already she feels she is losing the connection with her husband and baby at home on Earth. In her room on the base, Anna finds a mysterious note, painted in her own hand, warning her not to trust the colony psychiatrist. A note she can't remember painting. When she finds a footprint in a place that the colony AI claims has never been visited by humans, Anna begins to suspect that she is caught up in an elaborate corporate conspiracy. Or is she losing her grip on reality? Anna must find the truth, regardless of what horrors she might discover or what they might do to her mind.
Space flight to Mars

Humans to Mars

Author: David S. F. Portree



Category: Space flight to Mars

Page: 152

View: 357

Body, Mind & Spirit

Ancient Aliens on Mars

Author: Mike Bara

Publisher: SCB Distributors


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 230

View: 222

New York Times best-selling author and Secret Space Program researcher Mike Bara brings us this lavishly illustrated volume on alien structures on Mars. Was there once a vast, technologically advanced civilization on Mars, and did it leave evidence of its existence behind for humans to find eons later? Did these advanced extraterrestrials vanish in a solar system-wide cataclysm of their own making, only to make their way to Earth and start anew? Was Mars once as lush and green as the Earth, and teeming with life? Did Mars once orbit a missing member of the solar system, a “Super Earth” that vanished in a disaster that devastated life on Earth and Venus and left us only the asteroid belt as evidence of its once grand existence? Did the survivors of this catastrophe leave monuments and temples behind, arranged in a mathematical precision designed to teach us the Secret of a new physics that could lift us back to the stars? Does the planet have an automated defense shield that swallows up robotic probes if they wander into the wrong areas? And are the lights still on down there, deep below the sands of Mars, just waiting for us to uncover them? Mike Bara examines all these questions and more in this astounding book, full of fascinating information on the following topics: Mars as the Abode of Life What Happened to Mars? The True Colors of Mars The Message of Cydonia The Politics of Mars The Pathfinder Sphinx Mars Global Surveyor Discoveries Face it, It’s a Face Tons More!

The Eye of God: Before the Big Bang the Kings Created

Author: Robert Dunning

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc


Category: Fiction


View: 650

Before the Big Bang occurs, heavenly teams work together to establish the parameters of space, create time and mass, and determine the answers to complex questions. But when the leaders learn space of a demonstration project is about to collapse, each takes the failure personally especially Heyl, a rising star plucked from the King’s subjects. Many in the Realm aligned themselves with Heyl anticipating the day when he should replace Micha as the most powerful one in the Realm except for the Kings. Heyl places the blame for the failure on one of the members of the Council of Seven. In spite of this they allow Heyl to continue to coordinate the Project. But when interruptions and sabotage cause delay, only time will tell if Heyl and his minions can outwit the Kings and transform the destiny of the world. In this fascinating story, a rising star sets out on a dangerous and uncertain quest to depose the Kings as the universe waits to be created.

The Case For Mars

Author: Robert Zubrin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Philosophy

Page: 320

View: 266

Since the beginning of human history Mars has been an alluring dream; the stuff of legends, gods, and mystery. The planet most like ours, it has still been thought impossible to reach, let alone explore and inhabit. Now with the advent of a revolutionary new plan, all this has changed. Leading space exploration authority Robert Zubrin has crafted a daring new blueprint, Mars Direct, presented here with illustrations, photographs, and engaging anecdotes. The Case for Mars is not a vision for the far future or one that will cost us impossible billions. It explains step-by-step how we can use present-day technology to send humans to Mars within ten years; actually produce fuel and oxygen on the planet's surface with Martian natural resources; how we can build bases and settlements; and how we can one day "terraform" Mars; a process that can alter the atmosphere of planets and pave the way for sustainable life.

Going to Mars

Author: Brian Muirhead

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Science

Page: 241

View: 809

A scientist with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory offers an inside look at the future of manned missions to Mars, tracing the history of Mars exploration and shedding new light on the future directions of expeditions to the Red Planet. Original. 20,000 first printing.

Expedition Mars

Author: Martin J.L. Turner

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Nature

Page: 321

View: 891

For those interested in the human conquest of space and exploration of the planets, Martin Turner describers the challenges that will be presented by the next "giant leap" in the human exploration of our Solar System--a return journey to the Red Planet. The author begins by describing how the very latest rocket propulsion and spacecraft technology, and planned developments in nuclear and electric propulsion technologies, are the key factors that will enable a human expedition to Mars. Of particular importance are the challenges of transporting cargo to Mars and in providing necessary life support for the crew, including supply of consumables, such as food, water, air and fuel, for the return journey.

Russian Planetary Exploration

Author: Brian Harvey

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Science

Page: 354

View: 225

Illustrated with photographs from Soviet Venus and Mars probes, images of spacecraft, diagrams of flight paths and maps of landing sites, this book draws on published scientific papers, archives, memoirs and other material. The text reviews Soviet engineering techniques and science packages, as well the difficulties which ruined several missions. The program’s scientific and engineering legacy is also addressed, within the Soviet space effort as a whole.
Literary Criticism

Teacher's Classroom Guide to How Mother Nature Flowered the Fields

Author: Tom Schwartz

Publisher: RP Books & Audio


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 106

View: 896

The newest guide in our popular Teacher's Classroom Guide series. Complete with everything teacher's need to enhance the reading experience and make reading fun. Includes in-classroom and home-school connection handouts. Buzz on in for the adventure of a life time by reading the How Mother Nature stories! Mother Nature has a terrible dilemma. Supreme Queen Bee, Queen Bluefire, no longer wants the responsibility of getting all the flowers to grow. Her bees want to play and have fun. They no longer want to work to pollinate the flowers. Oh dear, what's Mother Nature to do? Reviews from educators... "In the tradition of established folk and fairy tales, Mr. Schwartz has created a variety of engaging characters in this imaginative environmental trilogy. The message of preservation of humans and their environment is an important one for our youth." Dr. Richard Di Patri, Superintendent, Brevard Public Schools, Florida "The environment and conservation are becoming increasingly important to keeping our planet livable. Tom Schwartz has written a book to help children understand the importance of each creature in the scheme of things. The three stories in this book are tied together by the interaction of the wonderful, believable characters... The stories are well plotted with plenty of action and peril to keep even reluctant readers interested. The story shows how teamwork really pays off, and how the action of one can affect the whole planet. The vulnerability of the earth and it's creatures is stressed, and the whole ties in nicely with school curriculum. Tom Schwartz is a gifted writer, and this is a much needed contribution to children's literature and a great addition to your child's library." Beverly J. Rowe, "Tom's stories about Mother Nature and her helpers left a big impact on the children, which will help make our Earth a cleaner place." Diane Goodson, Curriculum Resource Teacher, Eccleston Elementary School, Orlando, Florida "Tom visited out school and the children were enthralled with his stories about Mother Nature. Great message about saving the environment." Maureen Tassone, Media Specialist, Christa McAuliffe Elementary School, Palm Bay, Florida "Tom's Mother Nature stories reinforce what we teach about the environment. Our students loved the characters and their parts in helping Mother Nature." Sharen Talbert, Principal, Mims Elementary School, Mims, Florida