This is the carnival of space. Like any other carnival, it travels from site to site, pitching its tents for a brief show, then packing up and moving somewhere else to start all over again. Unlike other carnivals, we don’t have rides, snacks or stalls. Instead, we have space science, and astronomy. Our contributors represent some of the biggest names in online space journalism, and together we present a small slice of what’s been happening above our skies over the past week. And this week, the carnival tents have been pitched here, at the Urban Astronomer Podcast. Come in, and see what our contributors have to offer!
- The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Could Find More of Earth’s Transient Moons
- If Astronauts Hibernated on Long Journeys, They’d Need Smaller Spacecraft
- Scientists Construct a Global Map of Titan’s Geology
- How Large Can A Planet Be?
- Stingray Glider to Explore the Cloudtops of Venus
Chandra X-ray Telescope
The Daily Caller
Thank you for coming to the Carnival! If you’d like to become a contributor, you can mail our organiser, Susie Murph and let her know. If you’d like to offer your website’s lawn to pitch our tents, and be a host for a week, she can help with that too!