There Is No Preview Available For This Item. This item does not appear to have any files that can be experienced on The Martian is a science fiction novel written by Andy Weir. It was his debut in order to survive. Redistribution of this e-book is permitted, so long as it is distributed for free. DOWNLOAD OPTIONS. download 1 file. The Martian PDF, Epub is a Science Fiction Novel written by Andy Weir, If you want to read this gem, download the free 'The Martian e-book'.

The Martian Book Epub

Language:English, Indonesian, German
Published (Last):03.04.2016
ePub File Size:23.70 MB
PDF File Size:19.73 MB
Distribution:Free* [*Registration needed]
Uploaded by: RILEY

E-Books Collection. Contribute to fabbbiob/e-books development by creating an account on GitHub. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Zarlah the Martian by R. Norman Grisewood Read this book online: HTML. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project The Martian: A Novel by George Du Maurier Read this book online: HTML.

Wyzwanie Book by Nick Webb. Cartas preciosas de tu rey Book by Sheri Rose Shepherd. A History Book by Eugene Rogan. Book 5 of the Glass and Steele series Book by C. High Tide in Hawaii Book by Banished Saga 3. Volume 3 Book by Ryosuke Asakura. Dark Origin Book by Zeb Wells. Roman Book by Susan Ee. Book by Grant Morrison. Star Carrier: Book Eight Book by Ian Douglas.

Book by Chihiro Kawakami. Institutionalized Book by Daniel Way. Don Bosco: Ausgabe 2 Book by Bruno Bleckmann. Roman Book by Trudi Canavan. Perfect Edition Book by Akira Toriyama.

Abschied vom Turbokapitalismus Book by Fritz Reheis. Basil E. Frankweiler Book by E. Number 1 in series Book by Sherrilyn Kenyon.

Du pantalon rouge au char d'assaut, Book by Michel Goya. Volume 1 Book by Lauren Conrad. Jack Reacher 20 Book by Lee Child. Volume 1 Book by Jonathan Maberry.

Marvel Vol. No Normal Book by G. Willow Wilson. Volume 3 Book by Mike Murdock. A Novel Book by Gillian Flynn. Hockey Champion Book by Sarah Tieck. Sleepover Stakeout Book by Kim Harrington. So Houston got understandably nervous when we got whacked with kph winds. We all got in our flight space suits and huddled in the middle of the Hab, just in case it lost pressure. The MAV is a spaceship.

It has a lot of delicate parts.

After an hour and a half of sustained wind, NASA gave the order to abort. We had to go out in the storm to get from the Hab to the MAV. That was going to be risky, but what choice did we have?

[Download] The Martian [PDF][Epub][Mobi] – By Andy Weir

Everyone made it but me. Our main communications dish, which relayed signals from the Hab to Hermes, acted like a parachute, getting torn from its foundation and carried with the torrent. Along the way, it crashed through the reception antenna array. Then one of those long thin antennae slammed into me end-first. It tore through my suit like a bullet through butter, and I felt the worst pain of my life as it ripped open my side.

I vaguely remember having the wind knocked out of me pulled out of me, really and my ears popping painfully as the pressure of my suit escaped. The last thing I remember was seeing Johanssen hopelessly reaching out toward me. I awoke to the oxygen alarm in my suit.

A steady, obnoxious beeping that eventually roused me from a deep and profound desire to just fucking die. The storm had abated; I was facedown, almost totally buried in sand.

The antenna had enough force to punch through the suit and my side, but it had been stopped by my pelvis. So there was only one hole in the suit and a hole in me, of course. I had been knocked back quite a ways and rolled down a steep hill. Somehow I landed facedown, which forced the antenna to a strongly oblique angle that put a lot of torque on the hole in the suit.

A Martian Odyssey

It made a weak seal. Then, the copious blood from my wound trickled down toward the hole. As the blood reached the site of the breach, the water in it quickly evaporated from the airflow and low pressure, leaving a gunky residue behind.

More blood came in behind it and was also reduced to gunk. Eventually, it sealed the gaps around the hole and reduced the leak to something the suit could counteract. The suit did its job admirably.

Sensing the drop in pressure, it constantly flooded itself with air from my nitrogen tank to equalize. Once the leak became manageable, it only had to trickle new air in slowly to relieve the air lost.

After a while, the CO2 carbon dioxide absorbers in the suit were expended. Not the amount of oxygen you bring with you, but the amount of CO2 you can remove. In the Hab, I have the oxygenator, a large piece of equipment that breaks apart CO2 to give the oxygen back.

But the space suits have to be portable, so they use a simple chemical absorption process with expendable filters. Between the breach and the bloodletting, it quickly ran out of nitrogen.

Masa aktif akun hosting gratis hampir habis.

All it had left was my oxygen tank. So it did the only thing it could to keep me alive. It started backfilling with pure oxygen. I now risked dying from oxygen toxicity, as the excessively high amount of oxygen threatened to burn up my nervous system, lungs, and eyes. An ironic death for someone with a leaky space suit: too much oxygen. Every step of the way would have had beeping alarms, alerts, and warnings. But it was the high-oxygen warning that woke me. The sheer volume of training for a space mission is astounding.

I knew what to do. Carefully reaching to the side of my helmet, I got the breach kit. The idea is you have the valve open and stick the wide end over a hole.

Pilih Paket Web Hosting

The tricky part was getting the antenna out of the way. I pulled it out as fast as I could, wincing as the sudden pressure drop dizzied me and made the wound in my side scream in agony. I got the breach kit over the hole and sealed it.

It held. The suit backfilled the missing air with yet more oxygen.

Checking my arm readouts, I saw the suit was now at 85 percent oxygen. I stumbled up the hill back toward the Hab. As I crested the rise, I saw something that made me very happy and something that made me very sad: The Hab was intact yay!

Right that moment I knew I was screwed.

I limped back to the Hab and fumbled my way into an airlock. As soon as it equalized, I threw off my helmet. Once inside the Hab, I doffed the suit and got my first good look at the injury. It would need stitches. Fortunately, all of us had been trained in basic medical procedures, and the Hab had excellent medical supplies. A quick shot of local anesthetic, irrigate the wound, nine stitches, and I was done. I knew it was hopeless, but I tried firing up the communications array.

No signal, of course. The primary satellite dish had broken off, remember?

And it took the reception antennae with it. The Hab had secondary and tertiary communications systems, but they were both just for talking to the MAV, which would use its much more powerful systems to relay to Hermes. Thing is, that only works if the MAV is still around. I had no way to talk to Hermes. In time, I could locate the dish out on the surface, but it would take weeks for me to rig up any repairs, and that would be too late.

Download This eBook

In an abort, Hermes would leave orbit within twenty-four hours. The orbital dynamics made the trip safer and shorter the earlier you left, so why wait? Checking out my suit, I saw the antenna had plowed through my bio-monitor computer. The rest of the crew would have seen the pressure in my suit drop to nearly zero, followed immediately by my bio-signs going flat.

Add to that watching me tumble down a hill with a spear through me in the middle of a sandstorm. They thought I was dead. No Downloads.

Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. The Martian: A Novel to download this book the link is on the last page 2.

Description Six days ago, astronaut Mark Watney became one of the first people to walk on Mars. Now, he's sure he'll be the first person to die there. Chances are, though, he won't have time to starve to death.

The damaged machinery, unforgiving environment, or plain-old "human error" are much more likely to kill him first. But Mark isn't ready to give up yet. Drawing on his ingenuity, his engineering skills—and a relentless, dogged refusal to quit—he steadfastly confronts one seemingly insurmountable obstacle after the next.

Will his resourcefulness be enough to overcome the impossible odds against him?

Book Details Author: Andy Weir Pages: Hardcover Brand: Book Appearances 5. A Novel, click button download in the last page 6. Download or read The Martian: A Novel by click link below Download or read The Martian:The storm had abated; I was facedown, almost totally buried in sand.

A Novel OR. But Mark isn't ready to give up yet. It's Robinson Crusoe on Mars, 21st century style. Then, the copious blood from my wound trickled down toward the hole.

BERNIECE from GreenBay
Please check my other articles. One of my extra-curricular activities is handwriting analysis. I do like sharing PDF docs happily .