Popular Mechanics in January

The January issue of Popular Mechanics features a story about the “Russian Space X" – the S7 Space company that bought the Sea Start floating cosmodrome last year.

Also in this issue:
Cutting through the waves: why shipbuilders are again using the inverse prow – like those of the ancient dragon ships.
Report from Iceland: a PM correspondent met with search and rescue workers in the northern country.
Mechanics for the duration: the AREE rover will make use of old school technologies study the surface of Venus.
Hibernation in space: would it really be possible to fall asleep on Earth and wake up during the approach to Mars?
A test drive of the Nissan GT-R, the world’s first production car with two overhead camshafts.
The “Diversant" DVL-10 M1 – possibly the world’s best rifle for elite special forces.

See also
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In this issue: automakers of the future, cryptocurrencies from Facebook and Telegram, and robot guards.
22 august 2019
Popular Mechanics Supports Alfa Future People Festival
Open-air rave held for sixth time.
7 august 2019
Popular Mechanics in August: How the Lancet Electric Rocket has Changed the Rules
Also in this issue: meat from plants, driverless tractors, and drones on the ocean floor.
29 july 2019
Popular Mechanics Showed Moon Landing
Brand invited friends and business partners to the movie premiere of “Apollo 11.”
3 july 2019