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Astronomy Now Magazine

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12 issues per year.
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Current Issue

NOV 21,  released 21/10/2021
(11 in stock)

Features: Moon, Uranus, Space Telescope, Sharpstar

inc. p&p to United Kingdom
Next Issue: DEC 21, Due:18/11/2021
Astronomy Now magazine is an interesting publication which contains news, exciting new book reviews as well as an informative beginners' guide to observing all aspects of the exciting world of space and the solar system. The magazine will also have regular features on the history of astronomy and space science. The magazine will also regularly contain a middle pullout section which gives readers beautiful pictures of the stars and the night sky.

Buy a single copy of ASTRONOMY NOW or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).

For readers who one day dreamed of being an astronaut this magazine will be the best thing for you. It is packed full of the latest information and the best articles on developments in the sector. It is the UK’s longest running astronomy magazine and we can see why it has been so successful, it will give everything the fan of astronomy needs to know.

Whether you are an expert or just a curious fan of the wonders of space, there will be something in this magazine to interest you. There will often be ‘jargon buster’ features which aim to give the facts on the latest developments in the simplest way possible. Some scientific terms can be very difficult for new fans to understand; this magazine aims to explain all the boring jargon in plain English.

With our busy lives and hectic schedules it can often be easy to forget that there is a whole other world out there that we really don’t know anything about. Which raises question like; Is there life on mars? Will we ever be invaded by aliens? This magazine probably won’t answer these questions (sorry to disappoint you) but it will give readers interesting articles which will ignite their interest into the unknown world of space.


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