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Carnival Of The Space Geeks (Simostronomy)

27 Mar 2010, 19:08 UTC
Carnival Of The Space Geeks (Simostronomy)
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Last weeks Carnival of Space was hosted by Mike Simonsen upon Simostronomy. Posts ranged from barnstorming the space frontier to Martian landslides to Russian lunar rovers.
Articles of interest to future space settlers include:

Brian Wang (via Next Big Future) brings us the good news about plasma nuclear fission which could be used to help us travel to the outer planets.
Steve Nerlich of Cheap Astronomy enlightens us via podcast about using Lagrange points and gravity wells to inexpensively travel the solar system.
Ian O’Neill from Discovery News Space analyzes how much water is on the Moon, with the answer being a lot!

Be sure to read the rest of the articles, as well as visit Universe Today to find out how to submit your article to the upcoming Carnival of Space.





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