The Martian by Andy Weir: | knife.su: BooksThe Martian is a science fiction novel written by Andy Weir. It was his debut novel under his own name. The story follows an American astronaut, Mark Watney, as he becomes stranded alone on Mars in the year  and must improvise in order to survive. After only six sols , an intense dust and wind storm threatens to topple their Mars Ascent Vehicle MAV , which would trap them on the planet. During the hurried evacuation, an antenna tears loose and impales astronaut Mark Watney, a botanist and engineer , also disabling his spacesuit radio. He is flung out of sight by the wind and presumed dead.
Dewey Yhe. So it did the only thing it could to keep me alive. The book debuted on the New York Times Best Seller list on March 2, in the hardcover fiction category at twelfth position  and remained on this list for four weeks  without going above eleventh position. But if I could communicate, I might be able to get a rescue.
Open Preview See a Problem. Q Do you have anything in common with your wise-cracking hero Mark Watney. Fortunately, all of us had been trained in basic medical procedures. Watney's got some serious problem solving skills; he's McGyver in a space suit.
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For a while? Showing That was sarcasm, thinking through. Do you believe the crew did the right thing in abandoning the search for Mark.
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November 25, No point in giving that up for sentimentality! Step outside the rover. He is flung out of sight by the wind and presumed dead.
So yeah. Who cares! The MDV is basically a big can with some light thrusters and parachutes attached. Sensing the drop in pressure, it constantly flooded itself with air from my nitrogen tank to equalize.