Cosmos is an award-winning quarterly magazine available in print and online. It’s the forerunner to the online news site you are now enjoying, and offers the same high-quality, independent science journalism.
In the magazine you’ll find a round up of science news, longer feature articles, thought-provoking commentary, picture galleries, book reviews, as well as regular sections such as Techophile and Mind Games.
Issue 83 of Cosmos is out now!
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In this issue:
• The Deep Decarbonisation Pathways Project explained
• Columns by Alan Finkel, Paul Davies and Katie Mack
• Einstein, Eddington, and a solar eclipse
• When NASA lost control of its spacecraft
• A US fossil wonderland under threat
• Rocks and cosmology’s greatest mystery
• Alison Pouliot makes mushrooms marvellous
• Day trips in Chernobyl
• The joys of cardboard
• Citizen science and arachnids
• Book reviews, puzzles and much, much more