Analog (1930 - ) is a science fiction magazine that continues to be published in the 23rd century.

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In 2269, during an overnight stay in room 341 of Hilton Inn West in McIverton on Alpha Centauri IV, James T. Kirk looked over several well-read magazines on a reading rack in the bathroom. Several Analog issues were present, along with issues of McIverton Today!, National Cosmographic, and Newsweek.

After ordering dinner from room service, Kirk read the issue of Analog until he was visited by Samuel Cogley. (TOS novel: Crisis on Centaurus)

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