Welcome to the 554th Carnival of Space! The carnival is a roaming weekly news roundup that brings together the best online writing on space science and astronomy. Every week, it finds a new host who curates the articles and publishes them on their own website or blog. This week, it’s my turn again! Before you scroll down to the meat below, a quick promotion for the Urban Astronomer Podcast: The most recent episode went live a few days ago, and … Continue reading →
Welcome back to the Carnival of Space, where space science and astronomy writers from around the world share their best writing of the past week. Today’s contributions: Universe Today A Black Hole is Pushing the Stars Around in this Globular Cluster Just Like Earth, Titan Has a “Sea Level” for its Lakes and Seas Researchers Develop a New Low Cost/Low Weight Method of Searching for Life on Mars Cosmoquest We Can Use Your Help – Tell Us What You … Continue reading →
Welcome to 541st Carnival of Space! This should technically have been a Christmas edition, but the thing about Christmas is that it’s usually a holiday, so it was a little hard to put together this edition of the carnival when the schedule dictated. I’m sorry to keep you all waiting, but on the other hand I’m not sorry to have spent the day at home with my family, so I guess my conscience is clean! As it happens, though, it … Continue reading →
Welcome to the 534th Carnival of Space, your weekly curated collection of the best and most up-to-date news and stories about space science and astronomy. We’re a little late this week, but things should be back on schedule by the next Carnival, which will be hosted by The Venus Transit. Universe Today Check Out NASA’s New Instrument that will Look for Life on Enceladus Using Atmospheric Beacons to Search for Signs of Extra-Terrestrial Life New Method for Researching Activity Around … Continue reading →
Hi everybody and welcome to the 528th Carnival of Space. The carnival is a loose organisation of website hosts, taking turns to share the best space science and astronomy writing of the past week. This week’s carnival can be found below, but before we get there, a few words on how you too can be a part of this.