Welcome to the 603rd Carnival of Space, your bite-sized collection of the past week’s space and astronomy news. Every week, science writers around the Internet choose a new home for the Carnival and send in their most recent work. If you’d like to find the latest Carnival, but don’t know who is hosting it, head over to the official index at Universe Today.
This week has been a quiet one, with only a few submissions, and you’ll find them all below. And if you’re a loyal podcast listener, wondering where your latest episode is, please remember that due to personal tragedy the show is on hold for a few more weeks. I’m taking the time to regroup, rethink, and line up an interesting set of guests in South African astronomy. I hope you’ll find that it was worth waiting!
- Massive Photons Could Explain Dark Matter, But Don’t
- Pluto and Charon Don’t Have Enough Small Craters
- It Took 10 Years to Confirm the First Planet Ever Found by Kepler
- Ho-Hum. More Boring Success for SpaceX as Crew Dragon Splashes Down
- This is an Actual Photograph of the Shock Waves from Supersonic Jets Interacting with Each Other