- Imagine the Universe!
A web site devoted to the structure and evolution of the universe, with emphasis on high energy astronomy. The site provides information on what we know and how we know it, along with abundant teacher resources.
Planetary images from both Soviet and U.S. Spacecraft. I have tried to collect rarely seen imagery to construct a site with unique views of worlds throughout our solar system. I have also added a page on Jupiter's moon Amalthea, with imagery I have processed.
Terraforming, Caelifoming and Ecopoiesis of alien worlds. Simplified equations. Mineral and Taxonomic databases.
Institute for Space Applications and Remote Sensing
The official WebSite of the Institute for Space Applications and Remote Sensing, one of the five research institutes of the National Observatory of Athens, Greece
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd
SSTL is the world's most experienced commercial manufacturer of low-cost small satellites, having designed, built, launched and operated 23 mini-micro-nano-satellites for international customers. SSTL's satellites carry a wide range of communications, space science, remote sensing and technology demonstration payloads for commercial, scientific, civil and military applications.
Texas Space Grant Consortium
The Texas Space Grant Consortium is a group of 35 institutions which include universities, industrial organizations, non-profit organizations, and government agencies within Texas that are joined to ensure that the benefits of space research and technology are available to all Texans. In a broader context, the National Space Grant Program, consisting of 52 Space Grant Consortia nationwide, cooperate to achieve this goal for all Americans.
Keep Space for Peace
Information on ongoing space weapons and space militarisation projects, details of the technology and military infrastructure involved and ideas for how to stop it.
Comprehensive resource providing articles on most space technology subjects and space flight history.
Directory of Aerospace and Defence Internet resources with reviews.
The Space Review
Features a comprehensive e-zine with in-depth articles about space exploration issues.
ORNL Distributed Active Archive Center (DAAC) for Biogeochemical Dynamics
The ORNL DAAC offers Earth science data for global change research and Earth systems studies. Sponsored by NASA, the archive includes field data, remote-sensing data, imagery, and the results of ecosystems modeling.
Offers multimedia tour of the Universe, using real space images accompanied by popularizing science explanations.
Inter PlaNetary Internet
Study to design a deep space communications network protocal.
Details of latest and recent missions. Also offer web design services.