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From the beggining

Hugo A. Durantini Luca

December 10, 2012

From the beggining

When I was a kid science always amazed me more that any popular kid show or toy. There was a magazine called "Enciclopedia Popular Magazine" and every month I was always waiting for the next number. In August of 1992 they presented a number with Carl Sagan and the search for signals of extraterrestrial life, I was 8 years old in that moment (28 almost 29 now), that magazine started my fascination for space and allow me to know for the first time the wonderful work of Carl. (sorry for the low quality picture, but my home scanner is busted this week)

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