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SPACE VOYAGER
aka "NEW VOYAGER"

- First and last issue: 1982-November 1985
- Science fiction and science fact, including movies, TV, the space program, games and art.
- Editor: Ray Rimell.
- The publisher, MAP (Model and Allied Publications), was bought out by Argus Press in the mid-70's.
- The #0 pilot issue was named "Space Voyager" and issues #1-#4 became �New Voyager�.
- Was called again "Space Voyager" since issue #5.
- Published by Argus Press Ltd.


Sci-Fi
Bimonthly
Magazine
from
United Kingdom

Ceased publication
Last updated:
18 November 2017

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CONTENTS: 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 All (There are undated issues)DATABASE INFO
18 listed issue(s)
Completed listing

Issue 17
October/November 1985



Issue 16
August/September 1985



Issue 15
June/July 1985



Issue 14
April/May 1985



Issue 13
February/March 1985



Issue 12


Issue 11
1984



Issue 10
1984



Issue 9
July 1984



Issue 8
1984



Issue 7
1984



Issue 6
December 1983-January 1984


Issue 5
October/November 1983



Issue 4
Summer 1983



Issue 3
Spring 1983



Issue 2
Winter/December 1982



Issue 1
Autumn 1982

- Article by Alan Bond BSc (Eng.) of the British Interplanetary Society.
- An illustrated article on the planet Venus by Patrick Moore OBE.
- An update on the Space Shuttle missions.
- Inside story of Ridley Scott's cult film BladeRunner.
- Article by Robin Brightwell on whether we could see brain transplants becoming a serious possibility by 2012.


Issue 0
1981

Patrick Moore - The Chilly Planets
Voyager 1&2 - The Story So Far
Fantasy - An Intro To Gaming
Daedalus - B.I.S. Space Project
S-F Story - Man Out Of Time
Blakes 7 - The Liberator
1982 Calendar

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