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This issue of Cosmos Magazine contains feature articles on the astonishing non-stop flights of the Pacific Golden Plover, Can we bury the carbon dioxide problem?, The chemistry in Agatha Christie’s crime novels, and What causes lactose intolerance. The issue also includes a profile on Abigail Allwood, designer of the Mars 2020 PIXL Instrument and a gallery about tracking elusive sub-atomic particles.