Last weeks Carnival of Space was hosted by Mike Simonsen over at Simostronomy.
Posts ranged from mourning over Phoenix's demise to the upcoming Space boom (note: I am looking forward towards that!) to even how to prepare for a "zero-G" flight.
A few articles of interest that readers might want to check out are:
- Alexander DeClama (of Potentia Tenebras Repellendi) reported on scientists may be able to create magnetic shields which could protect astronauts (and future colonists) from deadly space radiation.
- Brian Wang of Next Big Future goes into a little more depth regarding the magnetic shielding technology (warning: this post may only appeal to science geeks).
- David Portree from Altair VI discusses NASA's previous plans about sending a nuclear powered rocket to Mars.
Thanks for reading, and be sure to check out the rest of the articles from the Carnival of Space! If anyone has any questions or comments about joining the next round, be sure to visit Universe Today for more details on how to enter.
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