Astrosphere for May 25, 2007

In case you missed it, I hosted the 4th Carnival of Space yesterday here at Universe Today, so no astrosphere. But today is a new day, and there’s an astrosphere:

First, Skymania News takes us on a tour of the new planetarium which is part of the restoration of the Royal Observatory in London.

Really Rocket Science considers the Planetary Society’s challenge of tagging an asteroid. How hard would it really be?

Space Prizes has a quick note about some new scholarships announced by the American Astronomical Society. $10,000 would go a long way to paying off tuition fees.

Alan Boyle joins other space bloggers in Houston for the International Space Development Conference.

A telescope made from rotating liquid is an old idea, but now people want to put one on the Moon.

The Astroprof gives you a detailed explanation of nebulae.