Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Carnival Of The Space Geeks (Twisted Physics)

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Jennifer Ouellette over at Twisted Physics hosted the latest Carnival of Space!

There were so many great articles from the Carnival (and not enough time to read them!), which covered everything from Martian volcano's to space rocks attacking Earth to second guesses as to whether a galactic habitable zone is really limited to the median portion of our galaxy.

Interesting articles that caught my eye included:

Be sure to visit the rest of the articles posted, and for those of you interested in publishing your thoughts on the upcoming Carnival of Space need to visit Universe Today for the necessary details on how to submit your article for this weeks carnival.

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