Updates on ISEE-3, fossilised brains, electric bacteria and a rubber duckie comet. Plus the largest non-avian flying dinosaur, a cancer vaccine from a cat poo parasite, and snakes on a plane in microgravity.
The differences between belly and thigh fat, and a breath test that could detect bacterial infections. Plus Mars colonies, the defensive mechanisms of shark fetuses, and the Whitehouse refuses to build a Death Star!
Astronomy Without A Telescope provides an easy-to-digest introduction to modern astronomy and cosmology, with a few of the author’s speculations about alien biology and the ultimate fate of the universe thrown in. This book is packed with spectacular images and hyperlinks to in-depth background articles that will satisfy both novice and expert.
Mining asteroids, doggy brain scans, endangered koalas, liver-related jetlag, and more!