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By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The U.S. space exploration program should continue to focus on robotic sample recovery and human missions to Mars, says Scott Hubbard, Editor-in-Chief of New Space.
The body of a man who disappeared 46 years earlier on an asteroid near Jupiter is found on Mars, with proof of alien life. How did he get there, and who were the aliens? To find out will require a journey that skims the Sun and flies beyond Saturn.
By Fame Plan
The first and only functioning technology for warp drive will be available for sale by year's end from its inventor, Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng. The sale price will be 500 million dollars US, and includes a year's consulting, product development, etc.
By The Step Book
Martha Lemasters' memoir, The Step, is a story of female empowerment, that strikes a chord with women, making her a popular speaker for women's groups who are at the forefront of the resurgence of feminism in America.
By Shanti Arts Publishing
Award-winning poet and writer Carol Smallwood chose to explore, as did Edwin Hubble, the elusive mysteries of life revealed through explorations of space and time. The result of her work is her new collection of seventy-five poems, In Hubble's Shadow.