Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Reviews of How to Live on Mars, a new guidebook by Robert Zubrin

Three recent reviews of How to Live on Mars: a Trusty Guidebook to Surviving and Thriving on the Red Planet (December 2008), the new science/science fiction guidebook by aerospace engineer and author Robert Zubrin, are worth reading:

• “Robert Zubrin loves NASA,” by Taylor Dinerman, posted on the website of The Space Review.

• “A New land of opportunity: One way to recapture the frontier spirit and relearn the value of hard work, self-reliance and risk-taking,” by Glenn Harlan Reynolds, posted on the website of The Wall Street Journal. Reynolds is a law professor at the University of Tennessee and serves on the Board of Advisors of the National Space Society.

• “Review of Robert Zubrin's How to Live On Mars,” by Brian Enke, posted on the website of The Mars Society. Enke is a founding member of The Mars Society and works as a space science researcher for the Southwest Research Institute. He is also the author of the science fiction novel Shadows of Medusa (2004).

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