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


The Challenge of Mars
Searching for Martian Life on Earth
Enter the Mars Society

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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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