Carnival of Cosmology: Dark Energy

Update: The Carnival is up! Please go read the excellent contributions.

Calling my cosmology, physics, and astronomy blogger friends! Galileo’s Pendulum will be hosting the first Carnival of Cosmology next Friday, July 27. Our topic is dark energy. Contributors so far are Ethan Siegel, Katie Mack, Kelly Oakes, and of course me, but we’d like to hear from you too. (Sean Carroll‘s wife wrote him a note excusing him from contributing, since he has a book to finish writing.)

Here’s what to do: write a post about dark energy, and send me the link by midnight on Thursday, July 27. I’ll compile the links here, and the carnival shall begin!

8 responses to “Carnival of Cosmology: Dark Energy”

  1. […] special offer to go with it. Next week, a bunch of cosmologists and myself are getting together and all writing about dark energy. And I want you to have your […]

  2. Hi – I took this opportunity to revise old posts and put together a summary article on the still distorted public perception versus the naturalness of dark energy:

    http://www.science20.com/alpha_meme/not_afraid_dark_dark_energy-92314

  3. […] if you haven’t submitted your post to me for the Dark Energy Carnival of Cosmology, please do so by […]

  4. […] post constitutes my contribution to the Carnival of Cosmology, which I am hosting at Galileo’s Pendulum. The Carnival will appear here tomorrow, so stay […]

  5. I’d love to get in on this! So glad I found out about it in time!

  6. […] as part of Matt Francis’ Carnival of Cosmology on Dark Energy, I’ve decided to answer your best questions on dark energy, and I promised I’d take all […]

  7. […] few of our promised posts need a bit more time, so the Carnival of Cosmology will appear Monday. If you were thinking about contributing but haven’t had time yet, please […]

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