Mission: Mars

Mission: Mars

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Ages 9-12
Paperbacks
Paperback Books
ISBN 13: 978-0-54-556532-5
48 Pages
Dimensions: 0.3L x 8W x 10H inches
Weight (lbs): 0.4
English Language
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Subject & Theme: Science and Nature, Astronomy, Reference
Genre: Informative Nonfiction

Overview

Written by one of the world's leading Mars experts, this book provides an incredible behind-the-scenes look at what it will take to send humans to the Red Planet.

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Summary

Written by one of the world's leading Mars experts, this book provides an incredible behind-the-scenes look at what it will take to send humans to the Red Planet.

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"Pascal Lee is a true pioneer of Mars exploration. This book makes me want to put on a spacesuit and go to Mars!" —Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 11 astronaut

Subzero temperatures, killer rays, raging dust storms…Mars is a hostile planet. Could anything survive there?

The mission: start training to become one of the first human explorers of the Red Planet.

Readers will be guided by renowned Mars expert Pascal Lee as they discover how to gear up for survival, navigate a spaceship, search for alien life, and so much more. They will also get a sneak peek at the latest designs for future spacesuits and exploration rovers.

The future of space exploration starts now!


About The Author:
Dr. Pascal Lee is chairman of the Mars Institute and a planetary scientist at the SETI Institute. He is also director of the NASA Haughton-Mars Project at NASA Ames Research Center. The project helps plan future human missions to Mars. When not researching ways to advance space exploration, Pascal likes to play with his three dogs and paint space art. He is also a helicopter pilot and flight instructor.

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