The Martian By Andy Weir

The Martian By Andy Weir: 1 New York Times Best Seller * “Brilliant . . . A celebration of human creativity [and] the finest science fiction that has been around for many years . . . absolutely engaging .”–The The Wall Street Journal

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Just six days ago NASA Astronaut Mark Watney became one of the very first to step foot on Mars.

He’s certain that he’ll be first that dies in the area.

A dust storm that nearly kills him, and prompts his crew to evacuate , they think he’s dead. Mark is left totally alone, with no means to signal Earth that he’s still alive. And even in the event that he could get information out to the world, all his belongings will be gone before rescuers could reach him.

There’s a good chance, though, you won’t see him be starving to death. Damaged machinery the harsh environment, or plain old “human mistakes” are far less likely to end his life.

However, Mark isn’t quite ready to give up. Utilizing his ingenuity, engineering expertise, and a never-ending determined refusal to give up — he is determined to overcome one seemingly impossible hurdle after another. Is his resilience enough to conquer the unbeatable odds?

Awarded the title of one of PASTE‘S most memorable novels of the DECADE!

“A extremely entertaining novel is like reading the flames of a fire-breathing rocket ship . . . Weir has created in Mark Watney one of the most charming, funny and imaginative characters in the world of contemporary science fiction .”–Chicago Tribune

“As thrilling as they come . . . You’ll be cheering for Watney all the way through and groaning with every failure while laughing over his raunchy humor. Utterly nail-biting and memorable.”–Financial Times.

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The Martian By Andy Weir

8 Tips to Survive On Mars From Andy Weir

Do you really want living on Mars. Maybe it’s the rugged terrain, breathtaking landscape, or the vast natural landscapes that appeal to you. Perhaps you’re an insane person who would like to live in a empty desert. Whatever the case it’s important to know a few things to know:

1. It’s likely to require an air pressurized vessel.

The atmospheric pressure of Mars is lower than 1 percent that of Earth’s. It’s basically nothing. The experience of being on the planet Mars is basically the same as being deep space. It is best to bring a good sturdy, solid container to keep the air. This is where you will live for the rest of your life. Try get it to be as large as you can.

2. You’re likely to require oxygen.

You’re likely to breathe throughout your stay, and you’ll require something inside the pressure vessel. The good news is that it’s possible to obtain the necessary equipment by obtaining it from Mars itself. The atmosphere is thin, however it’s in existence and almost all carbon dioxide. There are many ways to remove the carbon from carbon dioxide, and then release oxygen. You can have sophisticated mechanical oxygenators or just plant certain plants.

3. It’s likely to require radiation protection.

Earth’s liquid core creates the magnetic field which shields us from the nasty stuff the sun hurls at us. Mars isn’t so lucky. The sun’s radiation is able to reach the surface. If you’re not an avid lover of cancer, you’ll want your home to be shielded from radiation. The easiest method to accomplish this is to fill the base of your home in Martian rocks and sand. They’re not in the greatest supply, so simply make the pile bigger and deeper until you’ve blocked enough.

4. You’re likely to require water.

And again, Mars provides. The Curiosity probe has recently found that Martian soil contains quite lots of ice in it. Around 35 liters per cubic millimeter. The only thing you have to do is take it, boil it up, then strain the water. Once you have a decent quantity, a simple distillery allows you to reuse it again and again.

5. It’s likely to require food.

You can eat Martians. They taste like chicken.

6. Oh, come on.

Okay, everything is fine. Food is the only item you require that can’t be easily found on Mars. It’s up to you to cultivate it on your own. However, you’re in luck as Mars could be good site to grow growing a greenhouse. The day/night cycle is exactly like Earth’s, and that’s what Earth vegetation evolved to be optimized for. The total solar energy reaching the earth’s surface is sufficient for the needs of Earth’s plants.

However, you cannot plant plants on the frozen or near-vacuum surfaces. It’s necessary to have a pressure vessel for them too. It’s going to have to be quite large. Consider the amount of food you consume each year, and think of how much space it will take to cultivate it.

Hope you like potatoes. They’re the highest calorie source per square meter of land.

7. You’re likely to require energy.

Whatever way you decide to set up things however, it will not be an independent system. In addition there’s the need to maintain the temperature of your greenhouse and home. Mars’s average temperature for the day is 50C (-58F) and it’s going to take a lot of energy to stay warm. In addition, there are other systems that support life that are essential, including your oxygenator. If you’re thinking that your greenhouse can keep the environment in check Think twice. A biosphere is a lot more at risk at this level.

8: It’s likely to require a reason to show up.

Why would you go beyond your means in order to put your life at risk? Are you looking to learn more about the earth itself? Build your own world? Exploit local resources for profit? Create a base using an enormous death ray, in order to speak to the UN with an ominous mask and request ransom? Whatever your objective is it must be clearly defined and you must be able to commit to it. Since, at the end of the day, Mars is a brutal dangerous and hazardous planet and, if anything goes wrong, you’ll be unable to getting help. Whatever the reason the reason must be worthy of it.

The book, Project Hail Mary is considered one of Andy Weir’s masterpieces.

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Andy Weir Biography

Andy Weir was born and was raised in California on the 16th of June 1972. Weir is the writer of the best-selling and award-winning book The Martian. After that, Weir says, I began writing fiction and then put it up on my site. The Martian was published in serial format and was the public to read for free. The book’s popularity led Weir to self-publish the book as a Kindle edition on Amazon at the end of 2012.

The Martian was able to climb up the ranks of the bestseller charts shortly after its publication. Random House publishers soon heard of the popularity of The Martian, which led to the signing of a deal. The book was awarded an Adult Debut Prize in the Indie Choice Book Awards 2015, The same year it was listed in the New York Times bestseller list.

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