It’s a new week, and that makes it time for the 582nd Carnival of Space! The carnival is a weekly roaming feature, full of the latest and best writing on space science and astronomy. Each week, the carnival moves to a new host and this week it’s us at Urban Astronomer. If you’d like a chance to host the carnival, send me a message and I’ll put you in touch with the organizers. If you are a writer and would like to see your work featured, same thing! Let me know and I’ll hook you up.
This week is a little unusual: we have a single highly prolific contributor! Here’s what they’re written for us:
- New Image Shows the Rugged Landscape of Comet 67P
- Microsoft and Partners Hope to Create a Time Capsule… On the Moon!
- Now You Can Buy Fake Mars Dirt for $20/Kilogram. Obviously You’ll Want to Know if Potatoes Can Grow in it
- A German-French Hopping Robot Just Landed on the Surface of Asteroid Ryugu
- First Exomoon Found! A Neptune-Sized Moon Orbiting a Jupiter-Sized Planet
- Gaia Sees Stars Out in Deep Space, Flying Between Galaxies
- New Dwarf Planet Found in the Outskirts of the Solar System, Giving Astronomers More Ammunition to Search for Evidence of Planet 9
- Dark Matter Isn’t Made From Black Holes