Mars on Earth: the adventures of space pioneers in the high Arctic

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J.P. Tarcher/Penguin, Sep 30, 2003 - History - 351 pages
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Zubrin recounts the dramatic story of his band of space pioneers who simulated a mission to Mars in the most desolate regions on Earth.

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User Review  - Steve Van Slyke - Goodreads

Zubrin is to be commended for both his enthusiasm and his energy is pushing the case for human space exploration, particulary that of Mars. And this was a worth experiment. However, it sidesteps the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Schuyler Bielema - Goodreads

I deeply believe that humanity must look to the stars in the near future for the survival and expansion of our species, and this book gives a great insight to how the Mars Society, led by Robert Zubrin, is preparing to take us there. Read full review

Contents

The Challenge of Mars
1
Searching for Martian Life on Earth
13
Enter the Mars Society
39
Copyright

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Robert Zubrin, formerly a senior engineer at Lockheed Martin, is the founder of Pioneer Astronautics, a space-exploration research and development firm. Currently chairman of the executive committee of the National Space Society, Dr. Zubrin lives with his family in Indian Hills, Colorado.

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