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Carnival of Space #333

24 Dec 2013, 20:09 UTC
Carnival of Space #333
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Welcome to a special Christmas eve installment of The Carnival of Space! Here’s some highlights of space and astronomy news from the past week. We’ve got great stories on Gravity (Th
According to former astronaut/geologist Harrison Schmitt, China “has made no secret” of its interest in Helium-3. Schmitt observes, “I would assume that this mission is both a geopolitical statement and a test of some hardware and software related to mining and processing of the lunar regolith.”e Movie), Habitable Zones, Mars Exploration, and more!
First off, Next Big Future has a trio of articles covering China’s Lunar rover, Exoplanets, and the Big Bang. According to former astronaut/geologist Harrison Schmitt, China “has made no secret” of its interest in Helium-3. Schmitt observes, “I would assume that this mission is both a geopolitical statement and a test of some hardware and software related to mining and processing of the lunar regolith.” Read more at: http://nextbigfuture.com/2013/12/could-china-make-claims-to-moon-that.html
Next up, Physicists have long predicted that the universe may one day collapse, and that everything in it will be compressed to a small hard ball. New calculations from physicists at the University of Southern Denmark now confirm this prediction – and
they also conclude that the ...

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