Ares and the carnivals

By Phil Plait | November 5, 2009 2:00 pm

If you’re jonesing for some spacey stuff and maybe some critical thinking too, then check out these three links:

1) Starts with a Bang has a diary of the Ares I-X launch a couple of weeks ago.

2) The 127th Carnival of Space is lying in wait at Next Big Future.

3) The 123rd Skeptics Circle is at Blue Genes Science News, where things have become decidedly Galilean.

So go waste your Thursday afternoon learning stuff.

CATEGORIZED UNDER: Astronomy, NASA, Space

Comments (3)

  1. Cosmology

    Where can I learn about the cosmic web that holds the universe or my soul together?

  2. Why, Skeptic North has many nods at the Skeptic’s Circle! I wonder how that happened! ;)

  3. Sili

    Hey. Ethan gets the testfirings wrong.

    Go read AstroProf. He was there.

    Ethan’s doing some great stuff on Dark Matter and Energy, though.

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