Popular Mechanics in June

An aerial weapons conference was held at the Ashuluk test grounds. One of the most important tasks facing military engineers is the need to ensure high mobility for both troops and air defense systems. Read more in the June issue of Popular Mechanics magazine.

In the article “Time Travels of the Brain" in the Science section looks at how our perception of time raises many questions and presents a fertile field for experimentation. The article “Madness of the brave: the 10 most amazing BASE jumps" features 10 extreme jumps that won the sincere admiration of PM editors. The article “Underwater Alpha" in the Weapons section examines whether Project 705 was a futuristic breakthrough or an expensive and reckless technical gamble.

As a special prize, everyone buying the June issue of Popular Mechanics will receive a discount to the most exciting event of the year — the Robot Ball.

In this issue:

It’s clear that it’s dark;
Light and nerves;
Cthulhu awakens;
Flying high;
The joy of transience;
One-man show;
The tragedy of Flight 232;
3D Da Vinci;
Hand-to-hand shootout.

The June issue went on sale May 20. Download the iPad version from the App Store and the PDF version from Zinio.

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