Carnival of Space #643
This Carnival of Space is the second-last carnival of the year. There’s a range of holidays and festivals happening right now, so whether you’re celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, the solstice, or just some time with family and friends, we hope you have the best possible week. It can be a stressful time of year, with last-minute preparations for festivities or trying to finish work before year-end deadlines, so hopefully our weekly list of space science and astronomy news will give you a bit of breathing space!
- Planetary Mass Objects Discovered in Other Galaxies
- Mars Express Takes Photos of Phobos as it Flies Past
- NASA Maps Out the Water On Mars. Some Will Be So Easy to Get, You Could Dig it Out With a Shovel
- Planets Started Out From Dust Clumping Together. Here’s How
- The Spaceport America Cup Joins Crowdsourcing Platform HeroX to Propel Student Innovation!