What comes next for the human race after all the natural resources are consumed, and global warming has run it qs course? This was the all-consuming question in 2032. Mars exploration fails. Humans are just too fragile for deep space exploration. Scientist Tom Casey has the answers, and found himself at the right place at the right time to act on them.The Lunar Rover had wire wheels and looked like a dune-buggy because, aside from craters, there were no significant obstacles to impede the vehiclea#39;s progress. The Red Rover, on the other hand, needed to traverse rocks and bouldersanbsp;...
|Author||:||David Patrick Hall|
|Publisher||:||David Patrick Hall - 2011-02-05|