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'Starlog' magazine archives let you revisit the making of sci-fi classics

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Movie news and rumors may spread in an instant on the internet today, but in the past, you might have headed to the magazine Starlog to learn about everything sci-fi and geeky. The publication may have ended its three-decade and well over 300-issue run back in 2009, but you can now relive or catch up on its classic science-fiction past over at Internet Archive, where the majority of Starlog's issues have been digitized and published for free. The magazine's archives — which have been online for about a year now but were recently spotted by io9 — allow individual issues to be downloaded and searched through, making it easier for one-time readers and nostalgics alike to rediscover coverage of their favorite series right as it was breaking. You can read the very first issue below:

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