Popular Mechanics in February

Ten years after mankind successfully ventured into space, several countries launched  extremely ambitious projects for its further conquest. Read more in the article “An engine for a spacecraft" in the new issue of Popular Mechanics.

Also: a brief introduction to interplanetary geography; silicone muscles with your own hands; how fifth generation cellular networks will be made; split-second threat – Iskanders versus Tomahawks.

The issue went on sale January 23.

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