Jul 31 2008

Welcome to Carnival of Space — 31 July Edition

Published by Dr. Bruce Cordell at 10:33 pm under Daily Wavelets

Welcome to the Carnival of Space!
The July 31, 2008 Edition (# 65)
It’s the first time 21stCenturyWaves.com has had the pleasure of being your host.

Enjoy the view…

The Bad Astronomer invites you to discover why there are no green stars…

Music of the Spheres writes about solar power satellites and about how this idea is starting to get even some mainstream media attention…

The Space Cynics highlight the macroeconomic storm that they predicted starting to unfold, and how it’ll sweep away NASA’s manned space program.

Space for Commerce enlightens us about about NASA turning fifty…

A Mars Odyssey offers Wyoming letters to an exterrestrial audience…

Out of the Cradle expands his look at space fiction for juveniles with stories of the High Frontier from the last two decades…

Kentucky Space is honoring Randy Pausche…

Catholic Sensibility focuses on the end of the age of the eye…

Phoenix Pictures Gallery unearths some jewels of Mars…

A Babe in the Universe introduces us to Lunar Science, Part 1…

Free Space reminds us that Saturn’s moon Titan really has the goods….

Colony Worlds shows how an Israeli desalination plant may point to iron on Mars…

What’s Up Astronomy describes catching Friday’s total solar eclipse at 3:24 AM…

The Planetary Society Weblog has solid proof of liquids on Titan…

Starts With A Bang reveals that some stars do more than twinkle…

Orbiting Frog fulfilled a longstanding ambition….

Space Feeds recommends Star Wars Episode 1…

Altair IV analyzes robotic Mars orbit rendezvous….

Centauri Dreams bets on an an interstellar mission (unmanned, flyby in nature) before 2025…

Simostronomy will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about the North Star…

Astroengine offers an intriguing way to explain gamma-ray events….

Next Big Future takes you on a tour of thermoelectrics and space…

CollectSPACE illustrates how an Astronaut’s son draws an insignia with inspiration from father, mother and Leonardo da Vinci…

Astropixie appreciates the simplicity of Friday’s total solar eclipse…

And finally, 21st Century Waves asks: What do Apollo, the Panama Canal, and John McCain have in common?

TO CARNIVAL BLOGGERS: Thanks for your patience. Please alert me to any errors.
Thanks to Fraser Cain of Universe Today for inviting me to host.

9 responses so far

9 Responses to “Welcome to Carnival of Space — 31 July Edition”

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  2. Ian O'Neillon 01 Aug 2008 at 12:06 am

    Hi Bruce! Great Carnival! Thank you for posting my article!

    Best wishes, Ian

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