(Note: Preview from the upcoming Moon film.)
Fraser Cain of Universe Today hosts the 98th Carnival of Space which highlighted articles ranging from the mysteries of dark matter to the hand of Galactus (note: you do remember who Galactus is, right?) to interstellar starships (which may require a lot of fuel).
Articles readers here may want to check out include:
- Brian Wang of Next Big Future posts an interview of Tom Shelley (VP of Marketing for Space Adventures) by Sander Olsen about a round trip rocket ride around the Moon. Starting price: $100 million.
- David Portree from Beyond Apollo highlights some interesting history regarding NASA's failed attempts at establishing an orbital space station during a time when politicians viewed space as a fad.
- Ken Murphy from Out of the Cradle was able to preview the upcoming film Moon, a movie that every space geek (and space geek lover) should see.
Be sure to check out the rest of the entries, and for those of you thinking about joining this weeks upcoming round (note: which this author keeps forgetting) should visit Universe Today for more info.
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