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All About Space issue 6 free preview

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General, by Adam Smith

The latest issue of All About Space magazine is on sale Thursday 15 November, but you can take a sneak peek at what’s inside right here

All About Space issue 6 free preview

What will the Milky Way look like in 4.5 billion years time? Well, we’ll tell you one thing for sure – it’ll be a lot bigger. Our galactic twin, the Andromeda galaxy, is on a collision course with the Milky Way and the two will eventually crash together. But what exactly will happen when the two collide? Fortunately we’re here to help; our cover feature this issue is all about our next-door neighbour.

All About Space issue 6 free preview

It’s not just massive, black hole-shattering collisions in this issue though. You may have heard of a little old space agency called NASA, and you might be aware that when it comes to space exploration, they’re a pretty big deal. Over half a century since its formation, we take a look at its ten greatest achievements.

All About Space issue 6 free preview

Inside we’ve also got articles on the the king of the planets (AKA Jupiter), the impending space junk crisis, a tour of the alien planets in the Gliese 581 system, two awesome future technologies (asteroid mining and interstellar spacecraft) and much, much more.

All About Space issue 6 free preview

Oh, and did we mention we’ve also got an interview with the one and only Dr Brian May of Queen fame, who just so happens to be an avid astronomer and space fan? Consider it mentioned.

All About Space issue 6 free preview

We’re on sale Thursday 15 November, when you’ll be able to pick up the magazine in print form from all good newsagents and the Imagine Shop, and digitally from Great Digital Mags.

All About Space issue 6 free preview

And remember, if you don’t want to wait each month, you can also subscribe to All About Space and get your copy a week early before the rest of the universe.

  • I simply love NASA news and space magazines. I always wonder, how will Space look 5 billion years from now. Would we be swollen by the Black Hole? It’s crazy to think, but who knows.

  • I heard so many great stories about Brian May, I’d love to have a look at your magazine to see his interview. SOunds like you’re Space Andromeda has some great content this month!