Feb 14 2009
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, welcome to the Carnival of Space (#90)!
By the way, if nobody’s wished it to you lately, HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY !
Just to remind you:
Happy Darwin’s Day from Carolyn Collins Petersen at TheSpaceWriter.
Alice’s Astro Info brings us Bright Stars Tonight from Alice Enevoldsen.
Piece by Piece Saving the Space Shuttle, from CollectSPACE.
Pluto — Fascinating Frostball by Markus Hammonds at Supernova Condensate.
Yesterday we found out the Shuttle was retiring on 9/16/2010, from Louise Riofrio at A Babe in the Universe.
Visualizing Constellations comes from Ian Musgrave at Astroblog.
Astronomer – as in Meeting One, at Chandra Blog by Kimberly Kowal Arcand.
Lake on Titan by radar via Paul Scott Anderson at Meridiani Journal.
Economy! Can a Mission to Mars stimulate it? asks Ian O’Neill of AstroEngine.
New Potentially Hazardous Asteroid comes to us from Nancy Atkinson at Universe Today.
Type III Kardashev Civilizations are envisioned by Brian Wang, NextBigFuture.
ISS/Japanese Experiment Module from OrbitalHub.
Neighborhood Ice Moons from Todd Flowerday at CatholicSensibility.
Effects of Exit Pupil from Sean Welton and David Gamey.
Squeeks and Tweets in the Future at Cumbrian Sky by Stuart Atkinson.
Dust Up Between the Stars, from Paul Gilster at Centauri-Dreams.
Astrochemistry by radio from Nicole Gugliucci at One Astronomer’s Noise.
You guessed it: A magnetar with a temper from Dave Mosher at Discovery.
And from 21stCenturyWaves.com’s Managing Editor Rachel and her friend Rick Astley — a special Valentine message.