This is the last post on the Cosmos Newsblog – but never fear, we're not floating off very far.
The Newsblog was created in July 2014 to supplement the weekly bulletins of science news we published over on our main site, cosmosmagazine.com.
We wanted to provide a service for our subscribers, and other science lovers, that kept them in the loop of important, quirky or just plain fascinating science developments as they happened.
Well it turns out that is exactly what our readers wanted too and the response to the blog has been terrific with close to two million visitors coming to the site.
So successful was the experiment, that we have changed the way the Cosmos digital magazine will work.
We'll still provide you with the in-depth analysis of the important science stories, and premium stories, but we will also cover daily news, most of it freely available on our main Cosmos website.
So check it out and subscribe to either our RSS feed or take out a digital subscription for just $25 a year and never miss any of our premium or pay-walled content.
We look forward to your company as we continue our fabulous voyage of discovery in the world of science.