Sunday, June 08, 2008

Carnival Of The Space Geeks (57) Authentic NASA Toys and Replicas
Another week, another space Carnival! Last weeks Carnival of Space was hosted by Ken Murphy over at Out of the Cradle.

The blog carnival featured articles ranging from brown dwarfs to Phoenix, to NASA rediscovering itself to Phoenix, to debunking Martian conspiracy theories to (you guessed it) Phoenix.

The best article (or rather video) was from Space Transport News which featured a rocket test on SpaceX's Falcon 9 engine.

While the site (and sound) of rockets is beautiful on Earth, it would be even more glorious to have that rocket launch lunar side (perhaps towards the asteroid belt, or even Mars).

Thanks for reading, and for those of you seeking to join the brave souls publishing their thoughts about humanities quest to wander the stars, you can find more information by visiting Universe Today.

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