Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Carnival Of The Space Geeks (17th Edition)

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The 17th Carnival of Space was hosted on the Planetary Society Blog, which only a handful of individuals participated in.

A few interesting posts included:

  • Louise RioFrio of A Babe in the Universe discusses (with video) about Pulsar's in the Galactic Halo (with some interesting discussion in the comment section).

  • Paul Gilster of Centauri Dreams talks about using dark matter for faster than light travel (a dream of every Trekie).

  • Brian Wang of Advanced Nanotechnology gives his spin on the next 50 years of the future space economy and the technologies that will bring us there.

  • The mysterious author of Space Files informs everyone about the Russia's plans of landing on the Martian moon of Phobos, with a video (in Russian) to explain it all.

Thursday's Carnival will be hosted over at Out of the Cradle, a quote that should be familiar with those who are familiar with Konstantin Tsiolkovsky.

Note: This week I should be able to finally submit a post to the Carnival, and if you would like to join the fun (instead of waiting on the sidelines) then simply read these instructions in order to join the fun.

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