Welcome to the 590th Carnival of Space! The Carnival is a community of space science and astronomy writers and bloggers, who submit their best work each week for your benefit. We have a fantastic roundup today so now, on to this week’s worth of stories!
- The Large Hadron Collider has been Shut Down, and Will Stay Down for Two Years While they Perform Major Upgrades
- A Meteor may have Exploded in the Air 3,700 Years Ago, Obliterating Communities Near the Dead Sea
- Building Gas Stations and McMurdo Scale Outposts on the Moon
- New Gravitational Waves Detected From Four More Black Hole Mergers. Total Detections up to 11 Now
- SpaceX Uses a Thrice-Launched Booster to Send 64 Satellites Into Space.
- CosmoQuest at AGU: Astrometry and Photometry with Transient Tracker
- CosmoQuest at AGU: Analyzing Integrity of Citizen Science Data
- CosmoQuest at AGU: CosmoQuest’s Citizen Science Builder v4.0: The Python Migration
- CosmoQuest at AGU: Effects of Incidence Angle on Crowd-sourced Crater Detection
- CosmoQuest at AGU: Citizen Science Online Behaviors
- What’s Up December ’18/January ’19
Thank you for all of your stories – we’ll see you next week!
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