Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Carnival Of The Space Geeks (Lucky 13) Authentic NASA Toys and Replicas

LiftPort hosted last weeks Carnival of Space, which had several interesting highlights ranging from space elevator poetry to updates about our friends on Mars.

Other interesting posts included:

  • Brian Wang of Advanced Nanotechnology has highlights about improving hypersonic skyhooks.

  • Alfa King reminds us why July 20th is an important date to remember.

  • Louise RioFrio on A Babe in the Universe goes a step further by not only highlighting July 20th as the day we set foot on the moon, but has some cool images of her new spacesuit. (note: a better shot can be seen over here)

  • Jon Goff of Selenian Boondocks explains why Northrop Grumman's assimilation of Scaled Composites is a good thing.

Tomorrow's space carnival will be hosted on Universe Today, although if one wants to submit any posts to the carnival then they need to visit this site for details.

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