The first reason for secrecy is that we do not want to alarm anyone about the possibility that large objects from space could crash into the earth and cause catastrophic damage and loss of lives. A crew of seven would be chosen to man the space station to be called Venus X. These would ultimately be comprised of four men and three women. The Gods of Venus X, Raymond Bedard’s first ficticious novel...
Paperback: 488 pages
Publisher: Ray Bedard; 1 edition (November 3, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 6105896
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This was a novel that was easy to read. The story not only delved into science fiction but immersed itself in the personal relationships of the astronauts and all those involved in the project. It was well written and was published with font and sp...
ory of the first manned space station. He speaks to the science of the facility in great detail; interweaving the dynamics of the relationships and personalities of the seven human beings who are the chosen elite in each of their respective fields…These would include Nuclear Energy and Mechanical Systems; Electronic Systems, Statistics, Computer Systems, Senior Programming, Physical Wellness, Agricultural Systems, and a Dietician, Chief Medical Officer and Atmospheric Controller, a Chief Pilot and Flight controller, Mission commander and Chief Navigator as well as a first alternate. Bedard explores every nuance of each character with insight and compassion. What could the second reason for secrecy be?