Moon Tracks

Moon TracksA Teenage Girl And Her Fellow Bright Sparks Must Do What It Takes To Stay Alive And Achieve Success In This Sequel To Moon BeamBarbara Winton And The Rest Of The Bright Sparks, Dr Keegan Bright S Team Of Young Scientists, Find Themselves Facing A Challenge That Will Test All Of Their Scientific Skills And Personal Courage They Are Competing In The First Ever Race To Completely Circle The Moon The Sparks, And Twenty Five Other Teams, Have To Count On One Another As They Face Thousands Of Kilometers Of Unknown Dangers, Where Even A Simple Accident Can Have Fatal Consequences They Form Close Friendships With Racers From All Over Earth, But Also Have To Deal With Former Spark, Pam, A Mysterious And Threatening Figure Whose Departure From The Sparks Program Is Shrouded In Mystery While The Sparks Compete In The Race, Dr Bright Himself Is Part Of A Groundbreaking Project To Seek Out Rare Minerals Underneath A Crater On The Far Side Of The Moon, In The Airless, Frozen Depths Beneath The Lunar Surface, Disaster Strikes On The Thinly Settled Moon Only The Bright Sparks May Be Close Enough Help Him The Young Scientist Find Themselves Not Only Racing For Victory, But To Save Their Beloved Mentor

Travis Shane Taylor is a born and bred southerner and resides just outside Huntsville, Alabama He has a Doctorate in Optical Science and Engineering, a Master s degree in Physics, a Master s degree in Aerospace Engineering, all from the University of Alabama in Huntsville a Master s degree in Astronomy from the Univ of Western Sydney, and a Bachelor s degree in Electrical Engineering from Auburn University He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Alabama.Dr Taylor has worked on various programs for the Department of Defense and NASA for the past sixteen years He is currently working on several advanced propulsion concepts, very large space telescopes, space based beamed energy systems, future combat technologies and systems, and next generation space launch concepts He is also involved with multiple MASINT, SIGINT, IMINT, and HUMINT concept studies.He has published over 25 papers and the appendix on solar sailing in the 2nd edition of Deep Space Probes by Greg Matloff.His first science fiction novel is, Warp Speed, and his second is The Quantum Connection published by Baen Publishing He is also working on two different series with best selling author John Ringo also by Baen Publishing He has several other works of both fiction and nonfiction ongoing.Travis is also a Black Belt martial artist, a private pilot, a SCUBA diver, races mountain and road bikes, competed in triathlons, and has been the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of several hard rock bands He currently lives with his wife Karen, his daughter Kalista Jade, two dogs Stevie and Wesker, and his cat Kuro.

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  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • Moon Tracks
  • Travis S. Taylor
  • English
  • 04 March 2019
  • 1481483838

10 thoughts on “Moon Tracks

  1. Sonja says:

    The second entry in this series, and another great yarn A dune buggy MOON buggy race, around the whole Moon Preposterous Nope A lot of interesting science again, and plenty of unexpected and frankly heart stopping surprises.Once again the characters are well presented, and there s a bit of growth and once again the exuberance of youth is captured, without making the kids look like idiots, or making them seem too mature to believe.Highly recommended

  2. Henry Lazarus says:

    The Bright Sparks are back with Moon Tracks hard from Baen in which Dr Keegan Bright has set up a race around the moon with many teams from Earth The Sparks are the youngest team and lack backing, and their vehicle is half made from left over lunar parts The four member team puts up with a lot of adversity and learns life lessons Fun Review printed by Philadelphia Free Press

  3. Michael says:

    Race around the moon I continued to enjoy this second book in the series This book and the previous one remind me in a way of Heinlein s so called juveniles Fun, intelegent, and exciting While they may be aimed at a YA audience, there is still plenty for an adult to enjoy.

  4. Travis says:

    I really like this series I can certainly imagine a time when this kind of thing would be perfectly possible It s always good to see scifi that fires the imagination Great stuff here I d suspect most scifi fans would enjoy this one, regardless of age, even though it s written for a young adult audience.

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