This week the Carnival of Space moves to Kentucky Space. This week we’ve got naked singularities, a tour of the Orion Spur, and images of Saturn’s moon Phoebe.
Click here to read the Carnival of Space #74
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One Reply to “Carnival of Space #74”
KY space has a feature that I try to block whenever possible. It has pictures at the side of the text box that move and catch my eye thus making it almost impossible for me to read the text. I will not read the text on such a site unless I can block the movement.
Sorry but there it is and I am not the only one who feels this way. I usually note the things being advertised in such a way so that I can actively boycott them.
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