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146 pages. Volume 236, number 1. Features: *How humans got to the moon: Space prowess was built over time: The crews, the hardware, the goals *. . . And what's next: Today's space race is multinational, moneyed, and ever more crowded. What will its winner get? *Protecting the sea at the end of the world: National Geographic's Pristine Seas project has helped establish marine reserves to protect more than two million square miles of oceans. The project recently laid scientific groundwork for a new marine park off Argentina, with private and government support *Desperate Niger: The West African nation is at risk from the chaos that surrounds it *The mangrove wall: How climate change hits natural defense
National Geographic Society
Publication Date:1 July 2019
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