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Carnival of Space #652 & 653 – Everyday Spacer & Universe Today

Everyday Spacer hosts the Carnival of Space #652.

And Universe Today hosts the Carnival of Space #653.

This image taken from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) shows the eastern part of a crater in the East Ius Chasma region. Image Credit: NASA/JPL/UArizona via Universe Today and Carnival of Space.

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Carnivals of Space #645 & 646 – Universe Today & NextBigFuture.com

Universe Today hosts Carnival of Space #645.  And NextBigFuture.com hosts Carnival of Space #646.

“A composite infrared image of the core of the Milky Way galaxy. The image is 600 light years across. Blue and green (25 and 36 microns) is from SOFIA’s FORCAST instrument, red (70 microns) is from the Herschel Space Observatory, and white (8 microns) is from the Spitzer space telescope.” Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/JPL-Caltech/ESA/Herschel. Via Universe Today and Carnival of Space #646

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Carnivals of Space #642-644 – NextBigFuture, Urban Astronomer & BrownSpaceMan

Catching up on the latest Carnivals:

“Ring of Fire” solar eclipse on Dec. 26, 2019. Image via Carnival of Space #644 and Universe Today.

 

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