Carnival of Space #355Mika McKinnon (firstname.lastname@example.org)5/25/14 9:30pmFiled to: Carnival of SpacelinksEarth And Space01EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThe Carnival of Space is a roving showcase of astronomy articles from space blogs around the web. It's a chance for us to share neat stories, meet new authors, and reach new audiences. This is the 355th week of delicious links for your browsing pleasure.This is io9's first time hosting, with stories from Simostronomy, Brown SpaceMan, One-Minute Astronomer, Urban Astronomer, Next Big Future, CosmoQuest, Universe Today, The Meridiani Journal, the Chandra X-Ray Observatory, the Planetary Society, Improbable Research, the Bad Astronomer, and of course, the Space subsite. If you want to submit articles to the Carnival of Space, or volunteer to host it yourself, click on that link for the details.NASA Project UpdatesNASA's telescopes went up for review, and the Chandra X-ray telescoped passed with flying colours. The telescope often works with other observatories to combine forces for even more data. A visual example of this type of cooperation is this image of the Flame Nebula, a blend of X-ray data from Chandra and infrared data from the Spitzer Space Telescope.