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Discovery News brings to the carnival of space an article on sex in space. Sex in space might be a headline grabber, but should humans venture into the space between the stars, having sex will be the least of our concerns.
Cheap Astronomy talks about the European Space Agency’s plan for an asteroid deflection test.
The Saturday nearest his birthday on November 9th has become the official sort of Carl Sagan Day as it will be this year on November 12th. To this end, we here at Astroguyz thought to ourselves; wouldn’t it be great to celebrate all things Carl with a Cosmos marathon?
This is your chance to share your original, out-of-this-world take on the future of space exploration—in three minutes or less. Where will we go? What will we discover? Submit your video by November 3, 2011 and we’ll choose ONE winner.
The Meridiani journal reports about Polygonal features on Cape York that indicate that the Opportunity rover is now very close to a deposit of the long sought-after clay minerals already identified from orbit by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Latest Eye Candy from Cassini From universe today. A look at some of the latest eye-popping, gorgeous images from the Saturn system.
Harold White’s presentation on warp drive from the 100 year Starship symposium by The Next Big Future. Also a map of the Moon combining observations in visible and ultraviolet wavelengths shows a treasure trove of areas rich in Titanium ores.
Astroblogger posts on images and reports of the recent unsuccessful quest to find the remnants of comet elenin.
Professors and researchers from ASU’s School of Earth and Space play a significant role with six NASA missions and one European Space Agency mission, and have left their mark throughout the solar system from Dear Astronomer