Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Carnival Of The Space Geeks (20th Edition) Authentic NASA Toys and Replicas
Belated Note: Last week's Carnival of Space was held over at Music of the Spheres which featured several interesting posts including:

  • Paul of Centauri Dreams updating everyone on the progress of solar sails (a must read).

  • Louise (aka A Babe in the Universe) talks about Saturn as well as her latest theory on mini-black holes having a role in planet formation.

  • Amanda over at Astropixie blogs about star patterns and their affect upon human culture.

  • "Space Blog Father" Clark via Hobby Space helps break the news about NASA terminating their contract with Rocketplane Kistler, which is sad news indeed.

Tomorrow, Henry over at WhyHomeschooling will be hosting the Space Carnival on his site.

Note: Blogging here will be light for a while, as I catch up on other web related activities, as well as a site redesign. I'll be back in a few days!

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