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Carnival of Space 370

by on Sep.16, 2014, under Carnival of Space

The Carnival of Space 370 is up on The Venus Transit blog, hosted by Gadi Eidelheit.

Gadi Eidelheit:

Hi all! Here is a new edition of COS for you all to enjoy. Amazing things happen in the heavens above us all the time, so relax and find out a little about the newest stuff

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Includes a great way to send a message to asteroid Bennu to be included in a time capsule!

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Carnival of Space 362

by on Jul.15, 2014, under Carnival of Space

This week’s Carnival of Space 362 has bee launched by Pamela Hoffman on the Everyday Spacer blog.

Carnival of Space 362

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Carnival of Space 360

by on Jul.04, 2014, under Carnival of Space

This week’s Carnival of Space 360 is hosted by Joe Latrell on the Photos to Space blog.

Joe Latrell:

Welcome to the latest edition of Carnival of Space. This week’s collection of articles looks into our political past, explores deep space and looks at what the future may hold for humans.

How can you resist?

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Carnival of Space 357

by on Jun.18, 2014, under Carnival of Space

Susie Murph has posted Carnival of Space 357 on The Universe Today

Susie:

Welcome, come in to the 357th Carnival of Space! The carnival is a community of space science and astronomy writers and bloggers, who submit their best work each week for your benefit.

This weeks Carnival includes the latest form the Chandra X-Ray Observatory. This amazing picture the M51 Galaxy X-ray sources overlaid with  visible light .

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