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STRANDED ON MARS by Woodrow Wilson

STRANDED ON MARS

by Woodrow Wilson

244 pages
Stranded on Mars, a hundred million miles from home. Rescue is months or more away. Can the astronauts survive with winter coming? Rescue mission or body recovery? NASA engineers work around the clock searching for ways to keep the Mars crew alive until help arrives.

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About the Book
EARTH, WE HAVE A PROBLEM. When the Mars Launch Vehicle aborts, the first Mars team is stranded on Mars. Earth is a hundred million miles away. Rescue is months—maybe years—off. How can the crew survive on the leftovers from the mothballed Mars base? What about the renewable resources? Can the astronauts live off the land with winter coming?

Rescue mission or body recovery? NASA engineers work around the clock searching for ways to keep the Mars crew alive until help arrives.

 

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About the Author
Woodrow Wilson is retired rocket scientist, a retired Toastmaster executive and a relapsed workaholic. He is a Caltech PhD with more than thirty years experience in research and development for the military and intelligence communities. His professional experience creates credible bases for his science fiction and medical fiction novels. A Distinguished Toastmaster, he addresses general audiences on technical and historical topics. He also discusses medical and technical issues in his weekly "Mad Scientist" eZine. He is a gifted amateur cook and the author of two cookbooks plus a weekly food column "Food 4 Thought."

 

 

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