2121- Dawn

2121- Dawn

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US Marine Corps General Alex Brokaw, in charge of the American deep space program, is determined to have the USA be the first to settle its pioneers on alternate Earthlike planets, and the means to find those and get there are being feverously pursued. In this, they are in a fierce, but secretive, competition with other nations. Unbeknown to anyone, the FBI is also keeping an eye. Mitchell Rowe, Scientist and Reserve US Marine Sergeant is called up for a mission and while on this is declared DIA. His girlfriend Kate Powers, a high energy Architect and Contractor, cannot believe this and wants answers. Vidcoms from a newly discovered planet, the planet Dawn, show Earthlike conditions, and this leads to the building of the first Star-ship, Dawn, and the selection of settlers to make the voyage. Parts of the encrypted vidcom communication data from the probes send out to the various solar systems, scrutinized by a section of the CIA, is finally deciphered, and shows just what has been covered up.This rocket shuttle would have been launched from a rail-gun system however, like most of the Mars heading rockets. ... They disembarked at the Zero Gravity Earth-Space Elevator Transit Station, and were on their way to conferences with ... It was also a good way of keeping the political support aligned! ... Most of them had already visited the Station several times before, and checked it out thoroughly.


Title:2121- Dawn
Author: William H. Holtkamp
Publisher:Xlibris Corporation - 2011-01-14
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