Carnivals of Space for the Holidays!

By on December 1, 2014 in

Carnival of space 380 LOGOWe’ve just finished up a holiday weekend here in the States. Have you taken a vacation from space news, too? Well catch up with the Carnival of Space!

Week 380 is hosted by Stefan Lamoureux at Links Through Space. Read on for stories of:

  • a black hole neutrino factory,
  • the reasons behind the color of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, and
  • the next generation planet hunting telescope.

Week 381 is hosted at Photos for Space by Joe, with updates about:

  • crew swap on the International Space Station,
  • free space printables, and
  • an alignment of quasars.

Week 382 has just been posted by Pam Haffman and Everyday Spacer! Check out the holiday week stories of:

  • The “Year in Space” calendar,
  • a remastered view of Europa,
  • women in x-ray astronomy, and
  • hot super-Earths.

The Carnival of Space is a traveling list of the week’s best astronomy blog posts as submitted by bloggers from around the world. Find out more about the Carnival of Space at Universe Today.

About Nicole Gugliucci

Nicole Gugliucci is a Ph.D astronomer and works with the fabulous project known as CosmoQuest.

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