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The Great Martian War

Author : Scott Washburn
ISBN : 9780997094619
Genre : Fiction
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Following the defeat of the Martian invasion of Britain, a new threat to humanity lands in the American west. President Roosevelt musters the captains of industry and leading scientists to find a way to turn back the Martian tide
Category: Fiction

The Martian War

Author : Gabriel Mesta
ISBN : 9780743446396
Genre : Fiction
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This speculative novel is based on the premise that H. G. Wells's classic science fiction novel, "The War of the Worlds," describes actual historical events that Wells himself witnessed during a fierce struggle for control of Earth.
Category: Fiction

Mars In The Movies

Author : Thomas Kent Miller
ISBN : 9781476626260
Genre : Performing Arts
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Films about Mars have been a science-fiction staple for more than a century. From Thomas Edison’s 1910 short film A Trip to Mars to Ridley Scott’s 2015 smash hit The Martian, the red planet has captivated audiences worldwide. This comprehensive survey describes 98 significant (and not so) films, television movies and miniseries, and direct to video productions focusing on Mars. The author discusses them in their historical context and details the development of special effects and cinematic approaches through the years. Cast, crew and production information are provided where available, along with plot summaries and quotes from critics.
Category: Performing Arts

Mars Wars

Author : Thor Hogan
ISBN : 0160831571
Genre : Business & Economics
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On the 20th anniversary of the first human landing on the Moon, President George H.W. Bush stood atop the steps of the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. and proposed a long-range human exploration plan that included the successful construction of an orbital space station, a permanent return to the Moon, and a mission to Mars. This enterprise became known as the Space Exploration Initiative (SEI). The president charged the newly reestablished National Space Council with providing concrete alternatives for meeting these objectives. To provide overall focus for the new initiative, Bush later set a thirty-year goal for a crewed landing on Mars. Within a few short years after this Kennedyesque announcement, however, the initiative had faded into history the victim of a flawed policy process and a political war fought on several different fronts. The story of this failed initiative was a tale of organizational, cultural, and personal confrontation by key protagonists and critical battles. Some commentators have argued that SEI was doomed to fail, due primarily to the immense budgetary pressures facing the nation during the early 1990s. The central thesis of Mars Wars: The Rise and Fall of the Space Exploration Initiative suggests, however, that failure was not predetermined. Instead, it was the result of a deeply flawed decision-making process that failed to develop (or even consider) policy options that may have been politically acceptable given the existing political environment.
Category: Business & Economics

Martian Wars Invasion Plans Episode 1

Author : Peter Worthington
ISBN : 9780987574312
Genre : Fiction
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The year is 2018. Two friends, Jon and Mark are the best pilots in the Middle East Air Group (MEAG). The MEAG is a part of the Security Council's Global Defence Command Structure setup to detect and destroy any threats to Earth. When Jon is in the air on a routine reconnaissance duty he is alerted to an unidentified object approaching him at lightning speeds... Martian Wars is a 15 part sci-fi series for teens created by Peter Worthington.
Category: Fiction

Martian Wars

Author : Peter Worthington
ISBN : 9780987574350
Genre : Fiction
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Many Wetans died fleeing the battle station on Mars. The price was high, but for Ryon and the other’s it was worth it. The Earthlings do not trust the Wetans initially, and make them prisoners. Eventually the Wetans reveal their true nature, and inform the Earthlings of their plans to a mixed response. The Earthlings are stuck in a tight position: trust the aliens or face annihilation. Will the Earthlings and Wetans be able to put aside their difference and fight toward a common goal?
Category: Fiction

Martian Wars Escape Is Possible Episode 2

Author : Peter Worthington
ISBN : 9780987574329
Genre : Fiction
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After a fierce firefight inside the battle station, Li Tong, Jon and Miles manage to capture a Wetan Ravager, taking the brainwashed Laveena and Ibranov with them. They launch into space but make a dangerous decision to return to Mars to attack before returning to Earth. Things don’t go to plan... “Flight From Mars”, the third episode of Peter Worthington’s Martian Wars series, thrusts the Earthlings into a series of new and deadly challenges as they attempt to escape from Mars.
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The Urban Astronomer

Author : Gregory L. Matloff
ISBN : 0471531421
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A complete guide for the amateur astronomer living in an urban or suburban center. The Urban Astronomer If you think a trip to the country is necessary to observe celestial objects, take a second look. Viewing the sky from an urban location can be just as fun and educational -- if you know how to go about it. The Urban Astronomer shows amateur and more advanced astronomers the best ways and times to observe celestial objects from a city or suburban environment. Complete with detailed illustrations, The Urban Astronomer: * Shows readers how to overcome the special problems of viewing the sky from cities and suburbs, such as light pollution * Describes in detail those objects most easily viewed from a city location * Includes many sky activities that can be enjoyed by novice and experienced urban astronomers * Provides helpful tips and checklists for preparing your own stargazing outing * Covers objects for naked-eye observation as well as those that need binoculars or telescopes and describes the best equipment for the urban stargazer
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction