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All in good condition apart from one which has a few rips on the front cover but the rest of the copies are good.. The magazine is new and and still in the sealed wrapping. EUR 3.
EUR 5. New Scientist Magazine - 6 April No. EUR 2. EUR 9. EUR 4.
ISSUE | MAGAZINE COVER DATE: 26 March | New Scientist
EUR 6. The universe's extreme of heat lies not in the here and now, but the way back when. Nothing can move faster than light, can it? Here's something that can. What can shine with the light of more than 30 trillion suns?
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