From cyborgs, starships,UFOs, aliens and antimatter to telepathy, invisibility, psychokinesis and precognition. According to Albert Einstein, 'If at first an idea does not sound absurd, there is not hope for it.' Physics of the Impossible shows how our most far-fetched ideas today are destined to become tomorrow's reality. Michio Kaku, bestselling author and one of the world's most acclaimed physicists, looks at the science of the future and explains what's just around the corner, what we might have to wait a few millennia to get our hands on and how surprisingly little of it is truly impossible.
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This year the Astronomy Calendar again features the winners of the CWAS David Malin Awards; Winning images are the first five months:
Nightscapes: Super Moon over Paradise by Eddie Trimarchi
Wide-Field: Milky Way Rift by Troy Casswell
Deep Sky& Overall Winner: Witch’s Head by Phil Hart
Themed section (Airglow): Red Airglow by James Garlick
Solar System: Solar Storm by Peter Ward
All other featured photos received Honourable Mentions.