How to Survive on Mars: Science for Young Space Explorers
Have you ever imagined living on another planet? How to Survive on Mars explores whether we could live on this rocky planet, deep in the solar system. But with no air to breathe, water to drink, food to eat and not enough sunlight to keep us warm, it’s going to be challenging! But it just might be possible.
Take a journey to the Red planet, and discover Mars’ natural wonders, like polar ice caps, the highest volcano in the solar system and a 45-kilometre-wide impact crater that was once a Martian lake.
Packed with stunning photographs, fun activities and quizzes, this book will show you what you need to do to survive on Mars! Join scientists, engineers and science-fiction writers for a space exploration adventure.
Features interviews with astrobiologists, geologists, engineers, archaeologists, medical doctors and sci-fi writers.
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Jasmina Lazendic-Galloway is an astronomer and educator. A passionate science communicator, she has appeared on television and radio shows, written popular science articles and led a popular online course about Mars. She is a member of the National Space Society of Australia.
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