(PRWEB) January 16, 2016
James Welch, a past Director of Astrophysics at NASA, has completed his new book “Project Intrepid”: a gripping and enthralling story of an underground society of scientists opposed to space weapons conspiring with the KGB to stop the launch of a powerful new weapon into space.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, James Welch’s exhilarating tale focuses on the KGB and an underground society of scientists who oppose space weapons. Together the groups conspire to bring down the space shuttle, suspected of carrying a new weapon into space.
A newly elected president approves a program for a new space weapon which violates no treaties, and is neither nuclear, biological nor chemical – but the nation which possesses it can detect and destroy all strategic targets, even hardened missile silos and ballistic missile submarines. To run the program, the president selects an astronautical engineer experienced in advanced space sensors and military applications of space. This engineer is told that he will head up a NASA program for a radar-imaging satellite for scientific research, but the real purpose is not revealed to him nor to NASA.
The weapon intended to use satellite imagery is to be launched by the Air Force space program. When a mole on the National Security Advisor’s staff leaks the information to the KGB and the Scientists for Peace, the shuttle is destroyed by electronic signals from a suspected Russian trawler. Subsequent investigations start a long and violent secret conflict between intelligence agencies, amid desperate attempts by governments to cover up the truth.
Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase“Project Intrepid” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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