I’ve been remiss in linking to the weekly Carnival of Space — the collection of the week’s astronomy and space blog posts. This week’s is hosted at AARTScopeBlog, and has links to great articles about our Universe.
Universe Today hosts the archives of all the past CoSs, too. If you’ve got some time and lots of curiosity, this is the place for you!
Time for the Space Carnival, me droogs, this time at Backseat Driving. Just a little something for a lazy Saturday afternoon, or whatever time and day it is for you on this spinning ball.
The 152nd (pronounced "one hundred fifty tooth") Carnival of Space is now live and kicking at The Martian Chronicles.
Also, I love this image that Ryan, who runs that blog, put together. This should be the Official CoS banner, I think.
The 147th Carnival of Space is now online at Weird Sciences. If you read that blog with underwear on your head and a doll attached to electrodes, Kelly LeBrock will walk out of your bathroom. I saw it in a movie, so it must be true.
Also, the Skeptics Circle has been posted on The Digital Cuttlefish, too.
The 144th Carnival of Space is up at my bud Ian O’Neill’s Discovery Space News blog. Now does this post title make sense?
Anyway, go there, read it, study it, and that way you’ll pass the test. Oh, you didn’t know this will be on the test? C’mon, you’re a human, and this is life. Everything is on the test.
Yes, I’m a dork. But you laughed, so you are too.
The 139th Carnival of Space is now up at the very energetic Mama Joules blog.
Haha! You see, that’s a joke, because a Joule is a unit of energy. Haha! Ha! Erg.
Still, you should go there, read stuff, and learn. That’s what the web is for (despite the spam telling you otherwise).