How It Works issue 41 free preview!

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How It Works issue 41 free preview!

This month How It Works delivers a bounty of awesome articles and fantastic features including:

Industrial Revolution – Journey back in time to the most prolific period in engineering history as HIW reveals how the world was transformed by steam…

How It Works issue 41 free preview!

OLED TV screens – Learn how television displays are growing ever slimmer in this article that sheds some light on organic light-emitting diodes.

How It Works issue 41 free preview!

25 facts about earthquakes – There’s tectonic trivia galore in this issue’s big Environment feature as we answer some of your most groundbreaking quandaries.

How It Works issue 41 free preview!

Light and colour – We look at the science and nature of light, how it moves, as well as how it creates the whole spectrum of glorious colours in our world.

How It Works issue 41 free preview!

Exploring the outer Solar System
– How are intrepid probes like Cassini and Voyager travelling across space to study the most distant reaches of our Solar System and beyond?

How It Works issue 41 free preview!

Amphibious vehicles – How can an everyday car become a versatile aquatic machine capable of plunging beneath the waves?

How It Works issue 41 free preview!

Canterbury Cathedral – How was this ancient religious building constructed and what events led up to the notorious murder that took place there?

How It Works issue 41 free preview!

How It Works issue 41 is on sale from 29 November 2012 and is available from WHSmiths, Barnes & Noble, supermarkets and all good newsagents.

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  • Steve

    To see that from the plane would have been amazing! Ive seen a launch before some 10 years ago now and the atmosphere at it is out of this world.

  • http://www.howitworksdaily.com Jonny O’Callaghan

    It’s such a shame that there’s only one flight left, I would love to have seen a shuttle launch!

    Jonny O’Callaghan
    Staff Writer

  • steve

    Sorry to hear that jonny! I was extremely lucky to see it as it had been put back 2 or 3 days in a row because of bad weather. Then on my last night in florida they gave the go for launch! I cant remember what shuttle it was. Feels like a life time ago! Look on the bright side… You might get to see a launch thats going to mars! A little bird told me my subscription copy has arrived! Looking forward to finishing work and indulging!

  • http://www.howitworksdaily.com Jonny O’Callaghan

    Yeah that’s one of the things I’m always worried about; if I went out to see a shuttle launch there’s a high chance it’d be scrubbed for months and it could turn out to be a wasted trip! Anyway, if all goes to plan, hopefully we’ll all be flying in our own personal shuttles to Mars by 2050…

    And great, hope you enjoy the magazine, it’s an excellent issue!

  • steve

    I hope one day we will get to go to mars. If you ever get the chance you should visit the cape. Theres still alot to see even if you dont get to see a launch. When i was there they were building modules for the ISS which you could watch from outside the clean room. Im sure theres always something going on to make the trip worth while.

  • bear

    Wow!!