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Carnival of Space #80

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

25-11-2008 7:57 CST


This week (last week, actually), the Carnival of Space can be found over at Starts with a Bang. And I realize that I never linked to the previous week's Carnival over at One Astronomer's Noise.

And, while I'm linking to stuff, this week's Planetary Radio features an interview with a former professor of mine, Carlé Pieters from Brown University, who's the principal investigator of the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (also known as M3 or "M Cubed") on Chandrayaan-1.

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