31 October 2018 / Popular Mechanics

Popular Mechanics in November

The November issue of Popular Mechanics looks at the magazines Breakthrough Awards. Also in this issue:

From -170 to 427C: gravity-controlled maneuvers of the BepiColombo probe travelling to Mercury a planet in which only the nucleus remains.
Born to run: why humans are the best endurance runners.
The 10,000-year love affair: PM continues discussing the domestication of animals this time, cats.
When the LHC plays out: the machine that will replace the Large Hadron Collider that has completed the Standard Model.
A way station on the way to the moon and Mars, an orbital resort, or a lone Russian module: what will happen to the ISS when the money runs out?
The SR-10 aircraft with forward-swept wings a small trainer jet.
The Scorpion continuous supply machine gun ribbon: 550 rounds without recharging.
Also: a map of atmospheric soot, a robot surgeon, a civilian freighter drone, and an automatic hammer with a cartridge of nails.

The issue is already on sale.

Maria Belmesova – Popular Mechanics marketing director
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See also
Popular Mechanics in March
Popular Mechanics in March
Issue explains what awaits us in the near future.
Popular Mechanics in February
Popular Mechanics in February
Issue features report from a copper mine.
Popular Mechanics in January
Popular Mechanics in January
Cover story: the Russian Space X.
Popular Mechanics at Non-Fiction Literature Fair
Popular Mechanics at Non-Fiction Literature Fair
Magazine presented its series of books.

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