Carnival of Space 591

Here is the Carnival of Space 591. It features from Space focused blogs from around the internet. It runs weekly and as the number indicates has been running constantly for over eleven years.

1. The Venus Transit -SpaceIL and IAI, to send time capsule on Israeli’s historic moon mission

2. Nextbigfuture – You can understand Elon Musk by listening to the Killerz song the Man. This is better than listening to a fifteen minute interview segment on the news CBS News program Sixty Minutes.

Why does Elon Musk tweet anything he wants? Them other boys? Elon does not give a damn.
Why can’t Elon Musk stop fighting with short sellers or the SEC? Elon cannot be broken down.
Why won’t Elon Musk listen to business consultants, journalists or other executives? Don’t try to teach Elon. He has nothing to learn.
Why does Elon Musk make very risky, bold moves that could bankrupt SpaceX, Tesla or his other companies? Elon Musk has got skin in the game. He has a household name. He has a plan.

3. Nextbigfuture – If the SpaceX Starlink satellite network succeeds then SpaceX’s revenue will be more than double NASA’s budget

4. Nextbigfuture – SpaceX Will Go All-In For SuperHeavy Starship and Starlink

5. Universe Today – A Rapid Rise in Temperature Led to the Worst Extinction in our Planet’s History

6. Universe Today – Mercury-Bound BepiColombo is About to Start Using the Most Powerful Ion Engines Ever Sent to Space.

7. Universe Today – Astronomers Count all the Photons in the Universe. Spoiler Alert: 4,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Photons.

8. Universe Today – Ice loss in Greenland is Accelerating

9. Universe Today – New SPECULOOS Telescope Sees First Light. Soon it’ll be Seeing Habitable Planets Around Ultra-Cool Stars.

10. CosmoQuest at AGU: Citizen Science – Unearthing Hidden Interests

11. CosmoQuest at AGU: Investigating Mercury’s Large Crater Stratigraphy and Kilometer-Scale Primary and Secondary Crater Populations

12 CosmoQuest at AGU: Citizen Science Motivations

13. CosmoQuest at AGU: International Observe the Moon Night – Nine Years of Engaging Visitors in Lunar and Planetary Exploration

14. Chandra X-Ray Space Telescope Blog – A Hero of the Heroic Age of Astronomy: Riccardo Giacconi (1931-2018)

15 .Universe Today – InSight’s Robot Arm is Ready to go to Work

16. CosmoQuest at AGU: Hazard Identification Using CosmoQuest Citizen Science for the OSIRIS-REx Mission

17. CosmoQuest at AGU: Streaming Science


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