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Landing Small

On Mars, Hell is spelled "EDL" By:
Landing Small
Two men, two women attempt to land on Mars in the biggest lander a parachute can handle: twelve tonnes. The speed of light is absolute: for eight agonizing minutes, the world will not know whether Thomas, Lucy, Ronald and Beatrice are alive or dead.

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Now, after reading your comment, I can see how you misread mine on The Red Sled. First, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to come across as sarcastic and self-serving. In the Autumn Rain crash (which is part of a commercial project), a plane crashes in freezing weather, and the two... Show more


In order to improve my writing ability, I need something more specific than, "No insult intended, but it was a very dry read and hard to get into." Landing Small is hard sci-fi, which is obviously not for everyone, and it could simply be that what I intend to share, and what you... Show more

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The momma page for the cover image

The original, long version of the story that includes the launch from Earth.

The momma page for that cover image:

The Shiny Toy Guns cover of the song Coming Home by Peter Schilling:

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