Science Illustrated January-February 2008
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86In the issue:
Tracking Giant Icebergs
Icebergs are a treacherous source of information about our changing climate. Here's how scientists track them.
An astonishing look at some of the universe's most violent events: supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and collisions between galaxies.
Building a Bionic Eye
Tiny arrays of implanted electrodes aim to achieve what was previously only a dream: giving sight back to the blind.
Next Stop: Jupiter
In 50 years, astronauts could be trekking to the outer solar system. What's required? Nuclear rockets, artificial gravity and human hibernation.
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