Last weeks Carnival of Space was hosted by The Martian Chronicles (which I have just recently subscribed to), a group blog authored by Briony Horgan, Melissa Rice and Ryan Anderson.
Articles ranged from Martian rovers surviving the NASA knife, potential off world oceans within our solar system, black holes with lasers (oh my!), and familiar faces (and unfamiliar explosions) from a galaxy far, far away.
Some interesting articles included:
- Clark Lindsey on RLV and Space Transport News posted about the upcoming Lynx rocketplane by XCOR.
This rocketplane may help decrease the price of suborbital trips, which is needed in order to convince the public that space is apart of their future.
- Paul Gilster from Centauri Dreams highlights Titan's underground oceans, and questions what defines a habitable zone around a star.
Also worthy of mention (although it did not make the Carnival) was Henry Cate (from Why Homeschool) who blogged about the Space Access Summit (which he was fortunate enough to attend).
Note: For those of you who do not know, it was Henry who initiated the original Carnival of Space, until it was handed over to Fraser of Universe Today.
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