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Space Missions: A History Of Humans On The Moon

People are about to go back to the moon for the first time in 50 years. It isn’t just a race to get there, but a whole new era of lunar exploration and exploitation.

We will shortly see people walking on the moon again, mining precious resources and setting up lasting bases on the dusty, grey world. As NASA prepares to return to the moon, we take a look back at some of the key milestones in our history with our lunar neighbour.

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Previews: New Scientist Magazine – July 30, 2022

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  • FEATURES – Your essential guide to the many breathtaking wonders of the universe
  • FEATURES – Daydreaming has a dark side – is your fantasising holding you back?
  • NEWS – No link between depression and serotonin, finds major analysis

Grab a copy from newsstands now or get our app to download digital and audio editions. https://newscientist.com/issue/3397/

Previews: New Scientist Magazine – June 18, 2022

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What is time? The mysterious essence of the fourth dimension

The nature of time is a tricky notion to pin down. But whether it is a fundamental part of our universe or just an illusion has huge implications

COVER STORIES

FEATURES Could we ever go back in time? Relativity does not rule it out

FEATURES How do we sense time? The brain cells that order our memories

Previews: New Scientist Magazine – May 21, 2022

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  • CULTURE Regenesis review: Farming is killing the planet but we can stop it
  • FEATURES Why the next big solar storm might hit Earth without warning
  • FEATURES The female body is misunderstood and this is why, says Rachel E. Gross
  • FEATURES How the massive dogs bred to protect livestock could save wolves too

Previews: New Scientist Magazine – May 14, 2022

New Scientist Magazine, May 14, 2022

COVER STORIES

  • FEATURES Fascia: The long-overlooked tissue that shapes your health
  • FEATURES The grand plan to create a periodic table of all animal intelligence
  • FEATURES Have we been measuring the expansion of the universe wrong all along?
  • NEWS Simple webcam test could show whether you lack a mind’s eye
  • NEWS How quickly can you catch covid-19 again if you have already had it?

Preview: New Scientist Magazine – April 23, 2022

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  • COVER STORIES
  • FEATURES What psychology is revealing about ‘ghosting’ and the pain it causes
  • FEATURES How four big industries are driving the exploitation of our oceans
  • NEWS MS reversed by transplanted immune cells that fight Epstein-Barr virus
  • NEWS Blind Mexican cave fish are developing cave-specific accents
  • NEWS Rediscovered orchid was presumed extinct for almost a century
  • NEWS Tiny structures in rock may be fossils of earliest known life on Earth

Preview: New Scientist Magazine – April 2, 2022

COVER STORIES

  • CULTURE Cow review: A moving and uncomfortable cow’s-eye-view of farming
  • FEATURES Martin Wikelski interview: Tracking animals reveals their sixth sense
  • FEATURES How do we decide what counts as trauma – and have we got it all wrong?