Table of Contents September/October 2019

DSC-CV0919web
Discover Magazine's mission is to enable readers to lead richer lives by explaining and expanding their universe.  Each month we bring you in depth information and analysis from various topics ranging from technology and space to the living world we live in.
Digital editions

FEATURES

tornado
Meteorologists are better at their jobs than you might think. Here's how heaps of data are turned into a forecast relevant to you.
EnergyScavengers001

By harvesting the everyday energy of static electricity, scientists may have found the world's most plentiful source of renewable, sustainable power.

Flamingos-Opener

Flamingo eggs were strewn across the ground, abandoned by their parents. Without aid, they'd all die.

DEPARTMENTS

SciSci

Thanks to recent technology, science takes a hard look at itself. 

Blue-Toes-Header

Poor circulation can come from a lot of things — some more deadly than others.

OutThere
Astronomers finally figure out what it's like inside an actual, spinning black hole - and where exactly it'd kill you.
phobias
You might have your relatives to thank for some specific fears.

THE CRUX

Researchers debate the existence of a massive planet that could be hiding deep in our solar system. 

What started out as a research expedition ended with a rare photo of an animal that hadn't been spotted in decades. 

10 years ago, physiologist Chet Moritz predicted there could be a cure for paralysis in as little as a decade. Was he right?

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
DSC-DV1119web
+