Welcome to the 596th Carnival of Space, where the best space science and astronomy articles gather round for your education and entertainment. Come one, come all and find out what’s been happening off-world over the course of the past week!
This week we have three submitters, with seven articles between them. Scroll down to click through into them:
- Steam-Powered Spacecraft Could Explore the Asteroid Belt Forever, Refueling Itself in Space
- Geothermal Heating Could Make Life Possible on the Super Earth Planet at Barnard’s Star
- Seeding the Milky Way with Life Using Genesis Missions
- Cassini Saw Rain Falling at Titan’s North Pole
- NASA preps for ‘Armageddon’ style asteroid threat — but with far less drama
- UFOs were not the only thing that the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification program was studying
Next week’s Carnival of Space will be hosted by CosmoQuest. Be sure to check it out! Meanwhile, why not give the Urban Astronomer Podcast a review? Just click one of the podcast links on this page to find an episode list, pick one that sounds interesting, and give it a listen!