From Publishers Weekly
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.
I have nothing but praise for this book. Being an avid amateur astronomer, with a keen general interest in the planets of the Solar System, the stars and galaxies and all other... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lester William Keeble Shaw
In using this book for research purposes, I've been delighted with the wealth of practical information it offers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. N. Blount
Very interesting book, the math though is a bit steep and kind of assumes the reader knows the lingo. Still, convinced me its possible and cheap if you do it right.Published 2 months ago by J. Kiser
This book does an excellent job of explaining how we could be on mars, and why we should be angry that we aren't.Published 8 months ago by Guy Nesin
In 1989, in response to President George Bush’s call for a manned mission to Mars, NASA produced a plan, a plan so expensive and unwieldy, it never had the chance to become... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kurt A. Johnson
It is human destiny to explore the stars.
Robert Zubrin's Mars Direct plan is the most rational, realistic and affordable mission architecture, and I have read all the... Read more
COULD BE BETTER - FACTS ARE STRETCHED OUT - LIKE THE BOOK BUT SCIENCE IS TOO FAR FETCHED MORE LIKE FICTION- NEEDS IMPROVEMENT FOR NEXT EDITIONPublished 16 months ago by MAXR