Monday, September 03, 2007

Carnival Of The Space Geeks (18th Count) Authentic NASA Toys and Replicas

The Carnival of Space is being hosted by Ken over at Out of the Cradle, with a variety of posts ranging from Cislunar space to the far reaches of our known universe.

A few interesting posts include:

  • "Shubber" (from Space Cynic) mocks comments on NASA's attempt to reach out to pop culture.

  • Stuart (from Cumbrian Sky) recommends NASA should bring along an artist to capture the essence of Martian beauty.

  • Louise (from A Babe in the Universe) highlights about a hole in the universe that is baffling many scientists.

This week's round will be hosted by Fraser from Universe Today, and if you would like to enter the carnival with a space related post, be sure to visit Why Homeschooling for details.

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