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Holy cow, is it really the 175th Carnival of Space already?

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

26-10-2010 22:18 CDT

Topics: meteorites, events and announcements, Planetary Radio

175th Carnival of Space!? That means the Carnival of Space has been going on for nearly 4 years. Or just about 2 Mars years. Pretty amazing. Anyway, the current Carnival of Space is online at Out of the Cradle.

Every week, a different webmaster or blogger hosts the Carnival, showcasing articles written on the topic of space. If you run a space/astronomy related blog, and would like to increase your readership, participate in the Carnival of Space. It's a great way to get to know the community, and to help your writing reach a wider audience. If you'd like to submit an article or be a host for the carnival, just drop an email to info@universetoday.com.

And while I'm linking to stuff, it seems I'm not the only one who has way too much material from the Division of Planetary Sciences meeting, because this week's Planetary Radio is the second featuring interviews from that meeting, including Lucy McFadden on her amazing trip to Sudan to find pieces of asteroid 2008 TC3.

 
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