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2001 Mars odyssey 2001 Mars Odyssey is part of NASA's Mars Exploration Program, a long-term effort of robotic exploration of the red planet
Astronautics history Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, Apollo-Soyuz, Space Shuttle
Deep space network DSN: is an international network of antennas that supports interplanetary spacecraft missions and radio and radar astronomy observations for the exploration of the solar system and the universe
Exploring our solar system Ulysses, SOHO, Huygens, Cluster
Kennedy space center Astronautics.Ground Support Systems and Facilities
NASA homepage NASA mission schedules
NASA human spaceflight space shuttle, mars, galleries, space station, space history, history
NASA's observatorium a public access site for Earth and space data, pictures of the Earth, planets, stars, and other cool stuff, as well as the stories behind those images
Orbiter vehicles Columbia, Discovery, Atlantis, Endeavour
Phoenix Mars Lander
Pathfinder Mars pathfinder spacecraft
Project Skylab America's first experimental space station. Designed for long duration mission
SOHO the solar and heliospheric observatory, sun, solar, solar images, helioseismology, solar corona, solar wind, observatory, heliosphere, ESA, NASA, spacecraft, soho
Stardust mission
Timeline of the NASA space program view the progress of the NASA space program.  Details include the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programs, as well as satellite and shuttle missions
Vikinglanders The Viking mission to Mars sent twin spacecraft to the Red Planet
3D simulation of all satellite positions (NASA), satellite positions
Astronautics history NASA human spaceflight programs, major NASA planetary probes, major NASA lunar probes, NASA applications satellites and earth observation projects, weather satellites
Deep space communication Deep space communication, swf file
Earth viewer from satellite to view the Earth as currently seen from a satellite in Earth orbit, choose the satellite from the list
GSCO satellite predictions
Heavens above all the information you need to observe: satellites, space shuttle, Mir, space station , the dazzlingly bright flares from iridium satellites, spaceflight and astronomical information, LAT 50.57, Lon 3.48
Iridium flares observing iridium flashes - a spectacular new phenomena in the sky
J-Track satellite tracking shuttle and satellites location finder
Orbital Elements Orbital Elements are the basic mathematical descriptions necessary to describe a satellite's position and orbit
Proba Project for On-Board Autonomy
Satellite encyclopedia: satellite control center
Satellite science satellite science provides access to a wide variety of satellite informations, news and documents from satellite world
Satellites LEO, Polar satellites, GEO, Elliptical satellites
Satellites pdf file
Satellite Tracking Maps Live 2D Java Satellite Tracking Maps, Predictions for Viewing Space Station, or Other Satellites, Predictions for Viewing Unmanned Satellites, Orbital Elements, Human Space Flight's Tracking Map
Space satellite video movies pictures and movies
TELSAT guide for satellite Information, a Belgian platform on remote sensing, a tip
View from satellites
Visual satellite observer provides information for observing earth satellites, earth satellites, observing satellites, satellites elements, satellite predictions, VSOHP, a tip
Want info on a satellite? look it up here
World data center for satellite information
XMM - European Xray satellite the Earth's atmosphere absorbs radiation at all wavelengths below that of visible light. X-rays have a shorter wavelength than visible light and so any telescope designed to detect them must be in orbit above the atmosphere

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