Casopis Galaksija, svi brojevi iz godine issues of Yugoslavian science- popular magazine Galaksija (Galaxy) from year We recently came across a goldmine of retro covers from issues of Yugoslavian science magazine Galaksija. We grabbed the best from Flickr. Galaksija – casopis za popularizaciju nauke: If you keep the issue from May (#), I would really appreciate if you can send me a scan of few pages.
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We recently came across a goldmine of retro covers from issues of Yugoslavian science magazine Galaksija.
We grabbed the best from Flickr user Yugodromwho’s compiled an excellent collection of the covers from the seventies and eighties. Our Croatian is a little rusty, so we could only guess with some Google Translate help what each issue covered.
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For more techy Balkan weirdness, check out Caslpis blog. Galaksija was published from to “the nineties of the twentieth century,” according to the Google-translated Croatian on YUGODROM’s Flickr page, where we found these fantastic images of retro Balkan science journalism.
The secret is visualizing detailed CAD drawings in your head.
A controversial issue made even more controversial by an eerie image. Nightmarish omelets come to mind.
Galaksija wasn’t just about bold, futuristic space travel and cutting edge science. They also had fun stereo parties. Although most of his work was done in the United States, everyone’s favorite mad scientist Nikola Tesla was born in present-day Croatia to Serbian parents. So naturally he’d get a badass cover on Galaksija.
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A Scientific Debate About the Phenomenon. This is not the most accurate depiction of biotechnology, but it might be one of the coolest. There’s only one word to describe all the electronics and hot colors on this cover: All of the Amplifiers”.
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