Issue 83 – The Birth of Extreme Cool: Human Hibernation on Trial

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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