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By Nicole Gugliucci on December 1, 2014 in

We’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 […]

By Nicole Gugliucci on November 7, 2014 in

Welcome to another round of the Carnival of Space! This is week 379, so settle in for a round-up of this week’s space science and astronomy news. We are of course, all anxiously awaiting the landing of Philae from the Rosetta spacecraft this coming Wednesday. In preparation, on Friday (Oct. 31), the European Rosetta mission […]

By Nicole Gugliucci on October 27, 2014 in

Here is a quick roundup of the last few Carnivals of Space! Carnival of Space #375 at Brown Spaceman Ultraluminous Pulsar Uranus’s bizarre moon Miranda Solar Powered Lasers Carnival #376 at Urban Astronomer A possible subsurface ocean on Mimas Exoplanet weather Where IS ET? Carnival #377 at Everyday Spacer Color, aesthetics, and astronomy images Over […]

By Nicole Gugliucci on October 6, 2014 in

Welcome to the Carnival of Space! This is your weekly tour of all the great space blogging from around the Universe. First off, it’s back! ‘Mystery Island’ in Titan sea makes unexpected reappearance with the Meridiani Journal. Elsewhere in the Solar System, see glorious global 3-D Mars from ISRO’s MOM and ESA’s Rosetta with Universe Today, who also […]

By Nicole Gugliucci on August 25, 2014 in

The Carnival of Space is a traveling list of the week’s best astronomy blog posts as submitted by bloggers from around the world.  Pam Hoffman of EverydaySpacer hosted last week’s carnival, #376, with a black hole’s effect on x-ray light Supermoon rising SpaceX vs. allies of government contractors Saturn’s rings This week’s Carnival of Space, […]