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All About Space - Issue No. 22

All About Space - Issue No. 22

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Published by: Gligor Adrian Borza on Feb 10, 2014
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DEEP SPACE
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 SOLAR SYSTEM
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 EXPLORATION
OUR GALACTIC BLACK HOLE
Discover the enormous powerhouse at the core of the Milky Way
The groundbreaking experiment that dares to question Einstein’s universe
What is
EARTH’S TOP 20 STARGAZING SITES
Where in the world to go to get the best views of the cosmos
CARBON WORLDS
DRAGONFLY SPACECRAFT
THE SUNJAMMER
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QUESTIONS ANSWERED
SOLAR RAINBOW
Revealed: the Sun’s invisible spectrum
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 Launch yourself into the wonders of space
Shanna Freeman
 
We got sucked in by Shanna’s fascinating supermassive black hole feature on 62
Gemma Lavender
 
Two cover features scored and Gemma is now on the lookout for the hat-trick
Laura Mears
 
Laura wrote about Olympus Mons (we’ll spare you another silly pun)
Ben Biggs
Deputy Editor
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We’ve explored some esoteric topics over the last 21 issues of
All About Space
 magazine, including large quasar groups, theoretical stars and the cousin of our cover feature this month, dark matter. But dark energy is a real stretch for scientists: a study not of some anomaly we have observed and don’t understand,  but of something we are yet to observe made conspicuous by the gap it leaves in space and  by the things that we know it isn’t. Discovery in astronomy is often a case of eliminating the impossible to arrive at the truth, and the study of dark energy epitomises this process. We’re not going to leave you floating around in some distant corner of the universe for too long, though, as weird space science can tie the brain in knots when you dwell on it for too long, so we have a few more tangible topics to sink your teeth into. The perfect antidote to the conundrum of dark energy, our space answers feature gets a panel of experts to explain the solutions to the most pressing former space mysteries of recent  years. We’re also investigating the supermassive  black hole at the core of our galaxy (surely one of everyone’s favourite subjects?), a beast of a singularity that’s hit the news recently for gobbling up a giant gas cloud. And within the influence of our own planet, Boeing director Michael Raftery fills us in on the future of Solar System exploration with a revolutionary concept that could see manned orbital platforms around Mars and other planets  within our lifetime. Enjoy!
Jonathan O’Callaghan
 
Jonny doesn’t have all the answers, but he knew some clever people who did, on page 30
Crew roster
Michael Raftery, director of ISS Utilization and Exploration at Boeing
You can imagine an outpost on Mars as the next logical step”
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