Sam Wise of Sorting Out Science hosted this week's Carnival of Space.
Despite being new to the event (at least to this author) Sam created a very professional layout for the Carnival, with a mash of links to not only some of the bloggers posts, but to related media sites as well.
We even had mention of space elevators, with the Marc of the Space Elevator Reference and Ted via the Space Elevator Blog.
Be sure to subscribe to either of those blogs as they are covering the Space Elevator Olympics (aka Space Elevator Games) in which their are currently six teams competing (you can find video's over here).
Other interesting posts included:
- Louise of A Babe in the Universe wonders why it took so long to have a women command the ISS.
- Astro Prof goes in depth about solar power satellites (note: you can view it via Google cache if the site is down) which every newbie should read.
- Jesse of the Space Law Probe brings good tidings that there are no legal show stoppers to building a solar powered satellite.
- Quasar9 enlightens everyone on how satellite mirrors could be used to deflect asteroids.
Next week's Carnival will be hosted by Pamela over at Star Stryder, and if anyone is interested in submitting a post to the Carnival of Space (as its always great to hear from fresh minds), please visit this link.
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