Popular Mechanics in August: How the Lancet Electric Rocket has Changed the Rules

The cover story of this issue of Popular Mechanics was written by Editor-in-Chief Alexander Grek: the Kalashnikov company has demonstrated a new loitering Lancet electric rocket and a virtual simulator for its operator.

Also in this issue:

  • Meat from plants: the science behind test tube steaks.
  • Drones that study the ocean floor: an interview with Russian scientists from the team that was a finalist for the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE.
  • Excursion onboard the Energy Observer hydrogen-solar-sail catamaran.
  • The Chinese sea platform for space launches.
  • The making of Alfa Future People, the country’s main techno stage show.
  • A test drive of the Ujet electro scooter.
  • Driverless tractors created by a Ryazan startup.
  • Russian energy-saver light bulbs that rival LED bulbs.

The issue is already on sale.

Popular Mechanics Marketing Director
Maria Belmesova / m.belmesova@imedia.ru

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