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Carnival of Space #438

25 Dec 2015, 20:53 UTC
Carnival of Space #438
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Merry Christmas! With any luck, you are celebrating with family and friends or you are enjoying some solitude this day. If you have a little time, why not take a peek at the articles below? This is the Carnival of Space #438 one of many which, mostly, run once a week hosted by someone in our collaborative and enjoyed by many.
Learn more about that here then come back and read what the fine bloggers below want to share with you this holiday season!
On with the show!
Give a Starry Gift: It’s the Cosmic Thought that Counts
CC Peterson | TheSpacewriter’s Ramblings
Promise The Sun, Moon, and Stars… and Deliver!
Every year, I get emails from folks asking about gift ideas for holidays, birthdays, and other special occasions. I’m a big fan of using gifts to help people learn about the stars and space exploration. It just seems like a great thing to give someone — access to the cosmos. So, in no particular order, here are some gift ideas you can use as a springboard to that really great present for someone (or even yourself).
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