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Just as a number of elements may one day become rare enough on
Earth to cause us to go through considerable effort to obtain them
from space, there are also substances we take for granted here on
Earth that are terribly valuable off-planet and require no lesser
amount of ingenuity to procure. Our lead story in June involves just
such a material, but it’s probably not one you’ll guess.
Our fact article deals with a particularly Earth-bound phenomenon:
tsunamis, and what sorts of contributing conditions might
help us predict where they’ll strike next.
We have short fiction from newcomers like Maggie Clark’s “Hydroponics 101” and K.S. Patterson’s “In the Green,” as well as
from veteran authors, including Jack McDevitt’s “Glitch,” David D.
Levine’s “Wavefronts of History and Memory,” and Linda Nagata’s “Out in the Dark,” a sequel to her acclaimed “Nahiku West” (October
We’ll also have a Special Feature by Jeff Mitchell, about what
it’s like to work on the Space Shuttle, as well as part III of Edward M.
Lerner’s serial, Dark Secret.
ANALOG IS UP IN SPACE!
Chosen for the library
on the International Space Station.
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