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Carnival Of The Space Geeks (Cumbrian Sky)

7 Aug 2010, 02:54 UTC
Carnival Of The Space Geeks (Cumbrian Sky)
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(Image: Phoenix Lander, Credit: NASA) This weeks Carnival of Space was hosted by Stuart Atkinson of Cumbrian Sky, which featured articles ranging from first contact with extraterrestrials, habitable alien worlds as well as a Martian rovers first baby steps (a sight that always makes the space geeks heart flutter). Posts involving our quest to conquer the Sol [...]

(Image: Phoenix Lander, Credit: NASA)
This weeks Carnival of Space was hosted by Stuart Atkinson of Cumbrian Sky, which featured articles ranging from first contact with extraterrestrials, habitable alien worlds as well as a Martian rovers first baby steps (a sight that always makes the space geeks heart flutter).
Posts involving our quest to conquer the Sol system included:

Brian Wang of Next Big Future informs us of China’s upcoming heavy lift rockets that could help the Asian giant land humans on the Moon.
Nancy Atkinson from Universe Today makes a strong case on why we should revisit the Moon (despite the fact that the US has “already been there”).
Bruce Cordell of 21st Century Waves keeps the cosmic faith alive by predicting that the upcoming space age is less than 5 years away.

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