In case you missed it, here is the video of this week’s “Weekly Space Hangout” hosted by my pal, Fraser Cain. Lots of great space news, fun discussions, and some special guest appearances.
A while back I was approached by a media company asking if I would share an infographic they produced about the Moon.
Generally speaking, I’ve never been keen on passing around infographics, as they are usually full of inaccuracies.
However, I took some time to email the producers and express my concerns over a few inaccuracies that I noticed at a quick glance.
To my surprise, I received a reply to my email, and the producers were receptive to the suggestions I made.
Even more surprising, the company made a donation to my friends at Cosmoquest for my time.
Follow the “Continue Reading” link below to see the full infographic in its corrected, and mostly accurate glory!
Carnival of Space #335 is hosted by Next Big Future!
This edition features great articles about:
- Asteroid 2014 AA
- Gravity (The Movie)
- Plasma Physics
- Comets in the sky, nuclear propulsion, and more!
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This month’s “What’s Up” from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory features Jupiter at opposition, Venus at conjunction, Juno mission updates, and the Quadrantid meteor shower happening this weekend.