Popular Mechanics in April

The April issue of Popular Mechanics is unusual: it was envisioned as a magazine/photo album that is pleasant to hold in your hand and glance through. Readers can actually listen to some of the articles in this issue with the help of QR codes on the pages.

Also in this issue:
the story of how Elon Musk built a piloted spaceship;
giant viruses;
custom Kalashnikovs;
transoceanic freighter drones;
a photo report from the Far East about the work of the giant Goliath crane that broke PM’s photo drone.

The issue is already on sale.

See also
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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