Monthly Archives: August 2007

Shilling for Space

by guest blogger Ken Now that this week’s Carnival of Space is up and running over at the Planetary Society website, it’s time to start work on my hosting of the Carnival next week at Out of the Cradle. I’m … Continue reading

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A Heterogenous Moon

Since the end of the Apollo program, and the analysis of all the samples returned from those expeditions, the orthodox view of the moon has been one of dreary, dusty, homogeneity. Oh, there were things like Mascons, and your occasional … Continue reading

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