Last weeks Carnival of Space was hosted by Alice Enevoldsen who blogs over at Alice's Astro Info.
Their were a variety of posts ranging from volcanoes on Venus to funky NASA logos to even a sad look at the dying Phoenix lander on Mars (note: you will be missed).
Articles of interest (that caught my eye) included:
- David Portree of Altair VI highlights NASA's previous plans of establishing a lunar colony (which may make an excellent blue print for NASA's future attempts at colonizing the moon).
- Wayne (from the IdeaFestival Blog) writes about J. Richard Gott's proposal that we (as a species) better take our space program seriously before time runs out.
- Alan Boyle of MSNBC's Cosmic Log publishes an article about the need to create an international organization to deal with the threat of incoming space rocks (that may wipe out our planet).
Thanks for reading, and be sure to read the rest of the articles from the Carnival of Space. For those interested in having your solar thoughts broad casted during this weeks upcoming round, please see Universe Today for more details.
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