Posted: 02 Mar 2018 05:36 AM PST
The latest issue of All About Space is now available from My Favourite Magazines as well as all good supermarkets and newsagents. Read on for a taster of what's in store for you in issue 75.
This mission will find Earth 2.0
NASA’s new planet hunting satellite – the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) – will revolutionise our understanding of planets around other stars – and statistics suggest that it should find some worlds very similar to ours.
Bluffer’s guide to Stephen Hawking’s thesis
It was the paper that ‘broke the Internet’… here’s your cheat sheet into the mind of one of the world’s greatest physicists.
Brewing beer in space
With Budweiser’s intention to make itself the beer of Mars, All About Space digs deeper into its beneficial implications.
Return to Comet 67P
NAA is one step closer to revisiting Rosetta’s comet and bringing a piece of it back home.
The forgotten force
A seemingly weak magnetic entity could have made all the difference in our universe’s evolution.
When astronomer Robert Weryk first spotted an unusual object hurtling past Earth, he never imagined it had come from outside our Solar System.
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