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Mysteries of Space

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Unlock the secrets of the universe with U.S. News & World Report's newest special issue, Mysteries of Space. From UFOs to the search for new planets to the possibilities of space and amazing science of pulsars and solar storms, Mysteries of Space explores the most intriguing cosmic questions of the present and future.

Discover the latest about our universe and how man
Paperback, 88 pages
Published April 2012 by U.S. News & World Report
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I received this free from Goodreads' first reads.

"One in five people across the globe believe that aliens exist and are disguised as humans on Earth." This fact floored me. That's a lot.

This book, or special edition magazine, isn't really about aliens. It is a collection of articles about space related topics and a couple of pages about the Higgs boson that seemed a tad out of place.

Overall this book is informative, interesting, and a fun read with some great pictures. If I had seen it on a news
I won this book in the Good Reads giveaway. It has many interesting articles and fabulous photographs from NASA. If you are interested in how solar flares will affect electronics, manned missions to Mars, or how your body adapts to zero gravity, you will enjoy this book. Would you volunteer to go on a mission to colonize Mars, knowing you can never return to Earth?
I really enjoyed this. It was a great mix of articles looking at the history of the US space program, exploration that's happening today and what is currently being planned for the future. Also, the pictures were awesome - I love space pictures.
Sally Hannoush
Mysteries of Space came to me bent and battered, which saddend me. But, the content is full of great photos. I enjoyed the articles and learned a lot of new things. The book was imformative and fun to read (even for the non-science types.)
Mark White
Huffington Post has an article about the chapter on dangerous UFOs: But no link to how to buy: OR
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