Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Carnival Of The Space Geeks! (63 And 64)

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Note: Since I missed the Carnival of space from two weeks ago (hosted by Jon Voisey over at the Angry Astronomer), here is a brief recap below.


Articles from the 63rd Carnival of space ranged from the hazards of retrieving Martian soil, to colonizing other star systems, to some potential sad news regarding Centauri A (which is a little over four light years away from Earth).

Here are a few stories readers may be interesed in.

Those were just a few of the many interesting articles from the Carnival of space two weeks ago, so be sure to read them all (if you have the time).


Last weeks Carnival of Space was hosted by Bruce of Music of the Spheres! Articles mentioned there ranged from how to weigh a black hole to stunning images of the Moon (courtesy of Japan's lunar satellite) as well as to why our Sun is classified as a "dwarf" star.

A few articles of interest include:

Thanks for reading, and be sure to check out the rest of the Carnival of Space over at Music of the Spheres!

For those of you desiring to submit your article to the next Carnival, please visit Universe Today for more details on how to enter.

(Image Credit: NASA)

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