Monday, May 19, 2008

Carnival Of The Space Geeks (Space Cynics Plus Altair?) Authentic NASA Toys and Replicas

After a brief hiatus from the blogosphere (that is if you do not count Twitter and FriendFeed) Colony Worlds is back.

Since I missed posting about the Carnival of Space (two weeks ago), I'll post an update here before mentioning last weeks post.


Space Cynics Are Us?

The 53rd Carnival of Space was hosted by everyone's favorite critic, the Space Cynic, with the theme being that of the Night Gallery.

Posts ranged from Martian dust devils, how physics discovered Neptune, to even better ways at finding exo-solar worlds (or planets outside our solar system).

Some interesting posts readers might be interested in include:


Moving on, David Portree via Altair VI hosted the 54th Carnival of Space, with articles ranging from UFO skeptics, to rethinking galactic alien empires, and even a post about Iron Man (note: yes, its space related).

Articles of interest included:


Thanks for reading, and hopefully these snippets will encourage "the lurkers" out there to join our ever growing group of space bloggers/journalists, as its always encouraging to see a new perspective regarding the cosmos, and humanties role in it.

For those of you desiring to submit your article towards the next blog carnival, you can visit Universe Today for more details in how your post can be viewed by hundreds (if not thousands) of eyeballs.

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