Thursday, May 10, 2007

Discover Discover

Discover Magazine may be considered "science lite" compared to Scientific American (which I also read) and other science magazines, but it's still got a lot of good content, and I'm glad I've gone back to subscribing. The current (June) issue has the theme "the science we don't see" and includes a wide range of articles on radio waves, ocean life, imaging of atoms, thermal imaging, etc. as well as an interview with author and futurist David Brin. Good stuff.

The current issue is not on line yet, but some recent space-related articles are, including a March article "Grace in Space" about NASA's gravity-measuring GRACE satellites (gravity map of Earth above) and a cool article about Titan.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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