Monday, September 10, 2007

Carnival Of The Space Geeks (19th Edition) Authentic NASA Toys and Replicas

Last week's Carnival of Space was hosted by Fraser Cain from Universe Today.

Although the submissions were few and far between as people were probably getting caught up with work, school or returning from glorious vacations "away from it all".

For the few who are committed to the cause of enlightening us all, here are a sample of the few posts that were submitted:

  • Brian Wang from Advanced Nanotechnology has an interesting post about the Orion spacecraft refueling itself in mid-flight (note: if only Brian ran NASA).

  • Emily Lakdawalla via The Planetary Society Blog enlightens everyone on how you can take the various "puzzle pieces" of Rhea and put them together.

  • Louise Riofrio of A Babe in the Universe reports on some interesting news regarding Buzz Aldrin at the Mars Society conference (note: Fraser and I both wish we were able to attend).

  • Fraser Cain, the one who hosted this entire event discusses submarines for Europa (an idea Seaquest explored many moons ago).

For those of you interested in submitting articles for the next Carnival of Space, Henry Cate has the details.

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