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Carnival of Space #57

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

06-06-2008 16:08 CDT


I missed this yesterday -- this week's Carnival of Space is posted over at Out of the Cradle.

There's also a new letter from our fearless leader, Lou Friedman, on how the landing of Phoenix implies good things for the human exploration of Mars, and an update on where space exploration stands in the changing American political scene.

And I don't believe I've linked to Planetary Radio lately. The last three shows have been Phoenix-centric; I gave a lengthy update in this week's and will do a shorter one for Monday's show, which will otherwise move on to other places in the solar system.

And, in case you missed it at the end of my last post, I've put together some pages that will I think make it a bit easier to browse through the raw data being returned from Phoenix.

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