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The Letter. Alpha Centauri System…or…Barnard’s Star In the Constellation of Ophiuchus.


The Letter.
Alpha Centauri System…or…Barnard’s Star In the
Constellation of Ophiuchus?

A book by Gordon Ferguson Mackenzie

A Sci-fi Adventure Story

ISBN 078-0-244-77288-8
General Access….

A star system that is nearest to our planet and Sun.
And a constellation which has a Star that is the fourth nearest star to our Sun.

Question: Some humans have a love for an adventure…but would you immigrate on a spaceship with ten thousand other humans, and only have a slim hope of finding a planet that is suitable to sustain human life, and if you found such a planet to survive on, and colonize the planet, then live your whole life out on the planet, never to return to your home world, Planet Earth?

On thirty-first of March 2100, the first year of the twenty-second century, the spaceship Daedalus left its orbit around the planet Earth and started on a journey through space to look for a planet that’s capable of sustaining Human Life.
This is the beginning of that long journey for the ten thousand adventurers, who will sleep for long periods in a state of stasis.

Space....The future of Humans.

I hope you will have a look at the preview of the book on Baker and Taylor – Amazon - Barnes and Noble Nook - Apple Books - Lulu.com – Rakuten Kobo – Scribd - Adobe - and most other book sites online. And if you wish, purchase The Letter.

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Target Prov.: Ontario
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Last Update : Oct 02, 2019
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Item  Owner  : Gordon
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