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The Real Mars by Michael Hanlon
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The Real Mars (2004)

by Michael Hanlon

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Illustrated throughout, this book contains surface and orbital images plus historic images depicting Mars in fiction and mythology.

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Mars has long been so much more than the fourth planet, evoking personal responses that range from cries of war to the most imaginative works of science fiction and film. (Foreword)
Down in the desert it is still 30 degrees, and people are turning up their air-conditioners so they can get to sleep. (Author's preface)
Mars fever, they called it. (Introduction)
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