Although the number of entries has thinned out a bit, the quality has thus far has continued to blossom, with interesting posts from:
- Pamela Gay (of StarStryder) talks about the trouble (and hope) of finding Earth like worlds, and the technology that will enable us to view them.
- Ken Murphy (of Out of the Cradle) discusses two different perspectives (from two different books) regarding exploring and conquering the moon.
- Stuart (of Cumbrian Sky) reminds us how far humans have gone using a simple image from Mars.
- Clark Lindsey (of Hobby Space) has an enlightening post on how the current space tourists came from modest backgrounds, which gives hope of the average citizen of someday reaching the stars.
- Paul Gilster (from Centauri Dreams) highlights Robert Bussard (who sadly passed away), and how his theories may enable us to eventually reach the stars.
Sam Wise of Sorting Out Science will be hosting the next Carnival of Space, and if anyone would like to participate, they can check out the details over here.
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