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Beyond Apollo

Narrated by: Lee Goettl
Length: 29 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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The Apollo program reached the Moon, but, its goal is Mars.

It's 0830 hours, July 4th, 1976. The Quest blasts into orbit and rendezvous with NASA’s experimental Nuclear Thermal Rocket. Quest’s mission: To take its three-man-crew on a dangerous and unparalleled journey...to Mars.

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solid technical story

remindful of old Analog and Omni stories of 80s. always like astronaut to outer space

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Beyond Apollo

Space missions don’t always go as planned, but there’s no progress made unless there are attempts. Here’s a short story of how an early mission to Mars may have happened.

Short, but intriguing... PP Corcoran pulled me right in, and tied it all up with an unexpected ending.

Lee Goettl did a nice job with the narration. Very professional.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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As good as it is probable.

Hard science fiction stories present scenarios not just for entertainment, but to tell us what could conceivably happen in our future. Beyond Apollo does just that, presenting the story of a mission to Mars that is poignant as well as possible.

The narrator might have sounded a little run of the mill, but other than that, decent enough.