Quantum Magazine was a bimonthly magazine about science and math mainly targeted at high school and college students. It was published by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) from 1990 to 2001 and printed and distributed by Springer.
Some of the articles were translations from the Russian journal Kvant. Kvant (meaning quantum in Russian) is a journal of math and physics founded in 1970 by two prominent Soviet scientists: the mathematician Andrey Kolmogorov and the physicist Isaak Kikoin.
It was also translated in Greek and published by Katoptro Publications.
NSTA ceased publication of Quantum with the July/August 2001 issue, after publishing a total of 66 issues.