An incredible, true-life adventure set on the most dangerous frontier of all—outer spaceIn the nearly forty years since Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, space travel has come to be seen as a routine enterprise—at least until the shuttle Columbia disintegrated like the Challenger before it, reminding us, once again, that the dangers are all too real.Too Far from Home vividly captures the hazardous realities of space travel.
Every time an astronaut makes the trip into space, he faces the possibility of death from the slightest mechanical error or instance of bad luck: a cracked O-ring, an errant piece of space junk, an oxygen leak .
There are a myriad of frighteningly probable events that would result in an astronaut’s death.
In fact, twenty-one people who have attempted the journey have been killed.Yet for a special breed of individual, the call of space is worth the risk.
Men such as U.S.
For more information about the title Too Far From Home: A Story of Life and Death in Space, read the full description at Amazon.com, or see the following related books:
Recommend this page on Facebook, Twitter,
and Google +1:
Other bookmarking and sharing tools: