September Update

OK, it has been a while since I gave an update on this page. Over the last few months, I have made some minor tweaks, which hopefully will make the page load a litle faster. Today I also added a whole bunch of links. First off, I added nine more blogs to the Space Blogroll: Monsters in the Sky, Advanced Nanotechnology, The Discovery Enterprise, Cumbrian Sky, Out of the Blue, Into the Black, Ex Astris Scientia, Frontier Spaceport, The Visible Universe, and Space Solar Power. This brings the total number of blogs on the Space Blogroll to 199.

Also, for those who haven't yet heard, Matt Bowes of Space Liberates Us has unfortunately passed on. His blog will remain on the space blogroll, however, so that people can still easily find the things that he wrote in his (too short) time with us; his words will live on.

I also added more links to the Big List O' Space Links. New on the Space Associations and Interest Groups list are Google Lunar X-Prize, 62 mile club, Yuri's Night, East Antrim Astronomical Society, Sidewalk Astronomers, and NewMars. New on the Space Business list are BonNova and EADS Astrium. New Images, Models, and Simulations pages are Explore Mars, Atlas of the Universe, IOTA, Galaxy Crash, Google Moon, and Launch Photography. Finally, I added Polecat Aerospace to Amateur Rocketry, Star Trek: New Voyages to Space Fiction and Shuttle Source to Space News.

Finally, over the last few months I have added links near the top of the page and in the sidebar to Galaxy Zoo, Seti@Home, Space Weather, and SpaceflightNow's worldwide launch schedule.

Including all the space blogs and other links, there are now 570 links on this page, enough to keep even the most hard-core space nut busy.

One final feature that is sure to please: the feeds from the Space Show, space blogs, and space news are all Grazr widgets. If you want to put any of these three widgets on your own blog, all you have to do is click on the + sign at the top of the desired widget, and you will be taken to Grazr, where you can customize the widget to match your blog's color scheme (along with a number of other adjustable parameters). Then just copy and paste some code, and you have those feeds displayed on your own blog. Thanks to InterplanetSarah for showing me how it is done.


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