Saturday, November 03, 2007

Carnival Of The Space Geeks: Episode 27 Authentic NASA Toys and Replicas

(Image Credit: E.T: The Extra Terrestrial)

Fraiser Cain of Universe Today hosted the Carnival of Space this week with highlights from some interesting posts ranging from alternative theories regarding dark matter to how our galaxy resembles a pizza pie.

Fraiser also announced that he will be taking over the reigns of the event from the founder Henry Cate, who kicked off the very first carnival a long, long time ago in a place not so far away (at least online).

For those wishing to join the digital fray, you can email Frasier for more details at info [at] universetoday [dot] com (die, spam bots die!) for more details.

Note: Hopefully I'll be able to submit an article next week, as it has been neglected in my draft files for way too long.

Update: Inserted image credit.

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