Last weeks Carnival of Space was hosted by Robert Simpson over at .Astronomy (note: yes, there is a "dot" in front of Astronomy).
Articles ranged from colliding galaxies to worm holes to even snapshots of distant star systems.
Two posts that caught my eye were:
- Bruce Irving (over at Music of the Spheres) goes in depth about space stations and how we may need to build more of them in order help preserve our species just in case something catastrophic happens on Earth (note: I would recommend outsourcing that to Bigelow Aerospace).
- David Portree (from Altair VI) takes a second look at Uranus, which might be a good idea as Uranus has a lot of helium-3.
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