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Carnival Of The Space Geeks (Crowlspace)

20 Mar 2010, 05:10 UTC
Carnival Of The Space Geeks (Crowlspace)
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Last week the 145th Carnival of Space was hosted by Adam Crowl upon Crowlspace.
Posts ranged from close encounters with moon rocks and Martian valleys to future space vacations under $500, to viewing astronauts resolve Hubble trouble in 3D. Did I mention that there might be millions of habitable planets within our galaxy?
Interesting articles within our own start system included:

Adam Crowl of Crowlspace analyzes Buzz Aldrin’s plans for Mars and concludes that the Moon is too valuable to skip over.
Brian Wang from Next Big Future goes nuclear on why we need to use nuclear rockets for space (note: I agree!!)
David Portree of Beyond Shuttle digs up 1981 plans to land humans on Mars in 1995! (note: sigh, missed opportunities)

Be sure to read the rest of the entries, and if you would like to join our rowdy band of space geeks, feel free to visit Universe Today on details on how to sign up.





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