Monthly Archives: April 2009

Carnivalia — 4/22 – 4/28

The past week’s crop of science-related blog carnivals…

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The scientific tourist #70 — Junkers Jumo 004 jet engine

This week’s image comes to you from the San Diego Air & Space Museum, this time of a Junkers Jumo 004 jet engine…

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Casual Friday — blowing bubbles

An amazing piece of video showing bubble tricks that dolphins can do…

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Carnivalia — 4/15 – 4/21

The past week’s crop of (mostly) science-related blog carnivals is just waiting for you to check it out…

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The scientific tourist #69 — Syncom, the first geosynchronous satellite

This week’s image comes to you from the New Mexico Museum of Space History — it’s an engineering model of Syncom I…

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Casual Friday — Kepler mission

Back in January, you may recall that I talked about the Kepler spacecraft, on a mission to look for planets orbiting stars in a slice of sky in the constellation Cygnus…

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Carnivalia — 4/08 – 4/14

The past week’s crop of (mostly) science-related blog carnivals…

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The scientific tourist #68 — the way out

This week, you get a pair of images from the aerospace wing of the California ScienCenter in Los Angeles…

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Casual Friday — ISS Crew Quarters

Astronaut Mike Fincke shows off his brand new sleeping quarters in Node 2 on the International Space Station…

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Carnivalia — 4/01 – 4/07

The past week’s selection of (mostly) science-related blog carnivals awaits you…

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