National Geographic March 2018 – Through an Astronaut’s Eyes

Price: $7.35
(as of Nov 12,2019 16:01:30 UTC – Details)

New, and pristine; see scans and description. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 2018. The March, 2018, issue of the National Geographic magazine, that being Volume 233, Number 3. Includes removable laid-in 2-sided poster, “Bird Migrations”, 31″ x 20″ when unfolded. Quarto, photo-illustrated perfect-bound wraps,140 pp. New, bright, pristine and squeaky clean, removed from shipping bag only for scanning and description. Opened bag and its own piece of ephemera to accompany. Now in sealed storage, on premises. NGS’s laid-in promotional cardstock offers remain, of course. See scans. Feature articles include: Through Astronauts’ Eyes; Aleppo Ruins; One Strange Rock:15 Things That Make Life on Earth Possible; When Life Got Complicated: Microbes to Animals; Epic Bird Migrations; Drying Lakes; Siberian Solitude. See scan of contents page for more detail. There are also, of course, the numerous – and always deeply engaging – shorter features, departments, graphics, even absorbing ads. You know the NG. Brand New, collectible condition, with original accoutrements. See scans. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box – not a bag. L-NG2

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