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Carnival of Space #61

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

03-07-2008 18:40 CDT

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Go to Mang's Bat Page to check out the 61st Carnival of Space, a weekly tour around space-themed weblogs.

And, while I'm linking, don't miss Amir Alexander's update on the status of funding for the Arecibo telescope; A. J. S. Rayl's monthly update on Spirit and Opportunity; and this week's Planetary Radio interview with space scientist and artist William Hartmann.

Finally, I should mention that I am leaving tomorrow for a two-week trip to visit family. I plan to work throughout the trip, but my posting schedule may be somewhat more erratic than normal; I'm unlikely to post anything tomorrow.

 
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