Monday, August 31, 2009

The 118th Carnival of Space

Blog carnivals
are composed of communities of like minded bloggers who contribute their best posts to topic specific community listings, or "carnivals" which are then organized and distributed to other bloggers to provide context and some idea of the top stories of the blogosphere at any given moment.

It's sort of like the internets replacement for the traditional newspaper front page.

One of the best and longest running is the Carnival of Space, organized weekly by Fraser Cain, the publisher of Universe Today. It's focused specifically on space and astronomy and this weeks Carnival of Space (number 118 of the series) is being hosted on the Cumbrian Sky blog.

Check it out. Once in awhile, you might even find some stuff originating from here and re-posted on the Carnival.

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