Humankind's greatest--and last--adventure! Possible signs of organic life have been found on Titan, Saturn's largest moon. A group of visionaries led by NASA's Paula Benacerraf plan a daring one-way mission that will cost them everything. Taking nearly a decade, the billion-mile voyage includes a "slingshot" transit of Venus, a catastrophic solar storm, and a constant struggle to keep the ship and crew functioning. But it is on the icy surface of Titan itself that the true adventure begins. In the orange methane slush the astronauts will discover the secret of life's origins and reach for a human destiny beyond their wildest dreams.
Unbelievable that there are so many typos. Multiples on almost every page. Very disappointing.
What's With the Typos?
I can't believe the haven't pulled this book. The enormous number of typos makes it unreadable. In some places it's practically gibberish.
I'm not sure if the print to text conversion went horribly wrong or if they didn't leave the thousand monkeys chained to the thousand typewriters for long enough. Regardless the amount of typos is just horrendous. Please actually review a book before you sell it.