Good grief, another Carnival of Space just landed! As always, the carnival is a roaming feature, hosted on a different website every week. Our editors gather the best articles on space science and astronomy, and present them here for you. Although in truth, the selection criteria are a little easier than you might think: If you want to be featured, just send a link to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be included. And if you’d like a chance to be a host for the carnival, you can offer your services at the same email address.
An archive of all previous carnivals can be found here.
- Astronomers See Evidence of Supermassive Black Holes Forming Directly in the Early Universe
- Meet the Comet Interceptor. It’ll Wait Patiently In Space for a Comet, Then Pounce On It
- The Latest Insanely Beautiful Image of Jupiter Captured by Juno
- A Fast Radio Burst has Finally Been Traced Back to its Source: the Outskirts of a Galaxy 4 Billion Light-Years Away
Andrew Fraknoi: Exploring the Universe
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