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Current status of the deep space network

A view of the Space Flight Operations Facility at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where all the data going both to and from all planetary missions is sent and received via the Deep Space Network. Credit: Nancy Atkinson.


ORION: NASA'S Nuclear Rocket Proposal

Image: Project Orion concept. Image Credit: Adrian Mann. At their most fundamental level, all rockets past and present were and are, basically, controlled bombs.
Their fuel consists of materials and chemicals which, when activated/combined in the proper sequence and amount,
create a series of explosive reactions. The resulting energy release is then directed in a manner so that the resulting exhaust
comes out of the end of the rocket away from the payload sitting atop it and the direction that its builders want to send that payload.
That is essentially Sir Isaac Newton’s third law of motion put into practice.

Image: Artist’s rendition of NASA’s Project Orion. Credit: NASA. The former Soviet Union had several real world examples of just such a catastrophe with their equivalent N1 rocket,
which they were using to compete with the United States in the race to place a man on the Moon by 1970.
Every one of their N1 tests (all unmanned) ended in dramatic failure, with one rocket explosion on the ground
practically vaporizing its launch pad and heavily cratering another pad with debris half a mile (almost one kilometer) away.
So now imagine a rocket design where the fuel used were actual bombs detonated on purpose –
and nuclear bombs at that. It was known as Project Orion.

Image (click to enlarge). Credit: Rhys Taylor. If nuclear power could be plausibly applied to mere ground transportation, then using it to send heavy space vessels
into the “final frontier” only made even more sense at the dawn of the Space Age. Both superpowers were cranking out those
very methods of propulsion at an ever-increasing rate. In an example of turning swords into plowshares, Project Orion was envisioned as a vessel carrying a supply of hydrogen bombs
to be ejected out the stern of the spaceship one at a time. The bomb would then be detonated mere seconds later,
where the resulting plasma would encounter a large, thick, shock-absorbing “pusher plate” attached to the end of the spaceship
that would simultaneously allow Orion to be moved forward while protecting the ship from the blast and radiation.
Each new bomb detonation that followed would push the vessel faster and faster, allowing Orion to reach just about anywhere in the Solar System
within one year or the nearest star system, Alpha Centauri, in just over one century under one mission scenario.

Image (click to enlarge): General Atomics Orion spaceship concept. Credit: William Black. The plans for Orion were anything but timid. Manned Mars missions using this vessel would have been sent in 1965,
followed by a mission to the ringed planet Saturn in 1970! The spaceship in the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, the USS Discovery,
was originally designed as an Orion type craft aimed at Saturn in the novel version. The author of the film’s screenplay and novel,
Arthur C. Clarke, was also a member of Project Orion. Not only could Orion have conducted a round-trip voyage to Pluto in just one year,
but Dyson also calculated a version that could flyby Alpha Centauri in about 130 years at 3% light speed.
By comparison, the Voyager space probes will take 77,000 years to reach the distance of our celestial neighbor 4.3 light-years away.
The team even considered a massive Orion that could serve as an interstellar ark, which became the vehicle of choice
in the 2014 television mini-series Ascension.

Image: Project Orion ‘Hot Rod’ Propulsion Test Vehicle. Credit: Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. In the end, Orion was terminated neither by physics nor technology but by politics and a growing public fear of nuclear power.
The Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty signed in 1963 forbids testing nuclear devices of any kind everywhere but underground.
Two years later, the USAF canceled the project’s budget. Orion became a legendary symbol of an era known for both
its far-reaching dreams and excesses of power. To this day, Orion is still the only feasible mean of interstellar travel,
both robotic and manned, that could actually be built with current (publicly available) technology and knowledge.

Image: Project Orion to Mars. Credit: NASA. For more information on Project Orion, see the following: Project Orion: The True Story of the Atomic Spaceship, by George Dyson, An Owl Book, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 2003. These documentary videos on Project Orion here and here, and George Dyson TED Talk here. For those want even more information about Project Orion and its variants, you must see Atomic Rocket’s pages on it here. More links to updated information on Project Orion: Thunderwell and nuclear Space
Winterberg Reinvents Project Orion
Updated Project Orion Nuclear Pulse


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Training for space flight

at The Bucks County PA, National Aerospace Training center

AND NASTAR's parent Virgin Galactic

Commercial space efforts


A new space company is Firefly Space.com!!

A better known company is Elon Musk's Spacex!!


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This section for NASA

Web site of the Jet Propulsion Lab

Click here for The

DSCOVREPIC Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera

Current status of the deep space network






Here is: NASA's NASA SPACEFLIGHT site

Here is a diagram of NASA's Missions as of DEC 2013



Click Heree for NASA's Themis' Mission

Click Here for Nasa's Solar System Simulator

This is NASA's New solar system simulator EYES on.....

And here for NASA's NASA's science for all

This site simulates Meteor Impacts

Here is NASA's site for risks associated with The Rsks of near earth objects colliding with earth

Here is the site for NASA's Torino_scale.html"



For now the only way to get into space is the Space Shuttle Countdown site

For a contray look at Nasa it's NASA Problems!!!

Here is travel information to Kennedy Space center.com

Here is NASA's attempt at antigravity Anti-Gravity and perpetural motioJJn

Here is a competitor to NASA It's Arianespace of Europe

To help bring down the cost of space travel Click Heree for The X Prize contest to bring down the cost of Space

Here is where you train for space At Space Flight Training.com

Here is a free orbital Simulator


And here is Nasa's Spaceflight center

Here is the Home page for the international space station









If want to view some up to date photos of our solar system, here is Nasa's PhotoJournalism site

Here is NASA's search site Search NASA

A Jandiced view of NASA NASA watch


Here is Hobby Space


Yet another interest is outer space exploration; I Have hot-links to help you explore!

Here is an inreresting uk site Darkstar

To begin with, here is NASA's HQ page N A S A's H Q.

You can monitor Space Shuttle Missions as they fly from here! Shuttle Mission control

This Nasa site site helps you to OBSERVE THE EARTH

This site to observe the sun it's The official SOHO site!

In order to explore space you must go faster than light! NASA's interstellar page

This is NASA's DSN NOW is a live visualization of NASA�s Deep Space Network usage
and which spacecraft the various antennae are talking to.
It shows realtime data of which of the three antenna complexes
are being used to communicate with the various missions, how far away
the spacecraft are, and various other details about data rates, speeds and modes.


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NASA's SPECIALTY SITES


NASA's Free Data access site SITE


Click here for NASA's Free Data access site SITE

NSAS'S latest Addition History of the Space Program in free e-books!!!!!

Here is NASA's Hubble Heritage site

AND here is NASA's Nasa's time series Slide show

Here is NASA's Deep Space Network

AND NASA's Solar System by NASA!

AND NASA's Planetary data system

Here is Nasa' Near Earth Objects Observatory

This is JPL's site J P L's H Q

Here for weather in space Space weather

This site for NASA's Science site

Here is NOAA's Space weather site

Here for NASA's Observation site

Here is rasc-al Revolutionary aerospace systems concepts academic linkabe

An online training The largest Space NGO in the U.S the Kepler Space Institute

You track satellites Here


NASA's Spacefight.com SITE




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M A R S


This section to track the Spirit space probe to Mars(By Computer simulation from NASA)

First the NASA page for the spirit probe(Click Heree for simulated tracking) The Spirit is launched to MARS!

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Curosity Lands on Mars


Embedded 360 view of curosity on Mars!!!


Spirit Rover Mars Panorama in New Mexico

What the Martians think of Curosity!!!




Embedded video from
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology

This sequence of seven images from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE)
camera on NASA�s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter shows wind-caused changes in the parachute
of NASA�s Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft as the chute lay on the Martian ground during
months after its use in safe landing of the Curiosity rover.
Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona.



    How cool is this? An animation of seven images from the HiRISE camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
show a �flapping� of the parachute that allowed the Curiosity rover to descend safely through Mars atmosphere images.
The chute, imaged as it lay on the ground following the rover�s safe landing, was blown about by the Martian breeze!
The images were acquired by HiRISE between August 12, 2012 and January 13, 2013. The different images show distinct changes in the parachute,
which is attached to the backshell that encompassed the rover during launch, flight and descent.

From NASA

The Mars Recon Orbiter!






The Phoenix probe digs for ......



Weather on Mars!




First is a proposed flag for mars!




Fluid Evidence on Mars?
Is There Martian Salty Water At The Red Planet�s Equator? These Lines May Be The Smoking Gun!!!!!



A series of images from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE)
camera on NASA�s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter show how the appearance of dark markings on Martian slope
changes with the seasons.
Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona.

This Mountain on Mars Is Leaking
by JASON MAJOR on APRIL 11, 2015!


The web site of The Mars Reconnaissance Web Site"

PDF Report A geomorphic analysis of Hale crater, Mars: The effects of impact into ice-rich crust A.P. Jones a,? , A.S. McEwen b , L.L. Tornabene b,1 , V.R. Baker c , H.J. Melosh d , D.C. Berman e

Seasonal flows spotted by HiRISE on northwestern slopes in Hale Crater. (NASA/JPL/University of Arizona)
As the midsummer Sun beats down on the southern mountains of Mars, bringing daytime temperatures soaring up to a balmy 25�C (77�F),
some of their slopes become darkened with long, rusty stains that may be the result of water seeping out from just below the surface.


Explore Mars from Google.com map system!

And here is Mars Pedia.org

Here for University of Arizona Hires Mars Project!


The Cydonia Institute


And the Link to The Cydonia Institute!!!

This web site is provided to the public for educational and research purposes
in the exploration of unusual structures found on Mars within the boundaries of the Cydonia area.
Independent articles are presented here in an effort to provide a venue for the comparative analysis of
NASA's photographs (Note; we have not altered any of the NASA source images presented on this site).
The public is free to use limited excerpts of our articles including text and images, as long as the author
and The Cydonia Institute is credited. The contents of this web site may not be reproduced or redistributed with
out the written permission from The Cydonia Institute. All articles on this site are condensed versions of larger manuscripts.
Additional text and images, for most articles, are available on request.
Be sure to bookmark this site; because new discoveries are being made all the time.
Amendments to current articles are also made periodically. Director George J. Haas Associate Director William R. Saunders Members Michael Dale James Miller Lee Bogart The Cydonia Institute (Established 1991)


The High rise resolution imaging science experiment

a good way to begin is to look at a Context Camera(CTX) Image
to find interesting locations image map!


NASA Exploration of MARS

JPL's Mars Rovers Site

Where are MARS Rovers Now???






This for Cornell University's PANCAM


This section for all MER images!!!

This is the Archive for The Spirit Rover

This is the Archive for The Opportunity Rover


From this website You can explore mars Now!!

Another MArs Simulation mission The latest news about MARS ARCTIC 365!

And here is Mars Home.org

Check this web site for is NASA hacking the pictures?

Here is the Planetary Society's Aim For Mars.org website

The latest pictures from mars: Jpl Mars Gallery

Here is the outfiter you need to go to mars it's Starry night's Mars store

Here is a new effort it's The Mars Institute

This the website for

Here is the website for The European Beagle probe

Here is Mars TV

And another Mars news site: It's Marstoday

Here is a great new site It's Red Colony.com!

Here is Red colony.com's Link page

Here is a site for Martian Weather Report!


A special feature from Red Colony.com is the Mars Picture of the day!


Here is a Novel(?) about Mars it's The Mars Records!!

And A novel which reads like faction it's The Martian by andy weir


Here is Nasa's new Mars O Web Project

Here is Nasa Ames Homepage

Here is NASA's site for Nasa' Odyssey's space craft

Here is Themis' Mars 2001 Themis Data Distribution Site

Here is Odyssey's Themis camera

Here for an uncalibrated daily picture Visible light picture

Here for Odyssey's Neutron Spectrometer

Here is a German site asking What's going on on Mars???

Here is NASA's Mars Landing sites site

Click Heree for Mars Observer Home page

Here is a web page for Science Headlines from NASA

Let's start with an upcoming movie about Mars! Mission to Mars

Here is another Mars organization It's the Mars Hill organization!

Here is the new One way trip to mars it's MARS ONE!!!


The Planetary Society in Pasaena,CA

Click Here for The Planetary Society

THIS is the Planetary Society's Blog index page

Here is the Planetary Galaxy dynamics lab

another animation of 2010 TK7's wild orbit

The planetary Society of JAPAN


The Mars Society


The Mars Society - Join Us!

NASA has a neat Mars Exploration site Center for Mars Exploration

Here is a page with which you can explore Mars!!!! The Mars Pathfinder Page

Nasa has another pathfinder page..... Mars global surveyor

Here is NASA's Mars Global Surveyor

The next surveyor Mission The Mars 2001 Mission

Another componet is the Mars rover The Mars Rover Site

Here are three sites from the Malin Space systems Co. Malin Site #1

This site #2 for Malin systems: Malin Site #2

This site #3 Planetary Mysteries

Another site for Malin Mars Pictures: Current Mars Pictures

This site is a simulation of mars on Earth The Artic Mars Simulation organization

This site is for the National Institute of Science and technology N.I.S.T


This section helps you find your new home on mars!

This page is a proposal for A Mars Government!

This site to help you locate The Red Colony

After you decide where you want to live on your new planet, Here for youre new house on Mars!

India's Mission to MARS!



India is gearing up for its first ever space undertaking to the Red Planet dubbed the Mars Orbiter Mission, or MOM � which is the brainchild of the Indian Space Research Organization, or ISRO. Among other objectives, MOM will conduct a highly valuable search for potential signatures of Martian methane which could stem from either living or non living sources. The historic Mars bound probe also serves as a forerunner to bolder robotic exploration goals. If all goes well India would become only the 4th nation or entity from Earth to survey Mars up close with spacecraft, following(...) Read the rest of India�s First Mars Mission Set to Blast off Seeking Methane Signature


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This section for the mission to Mercury

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This is the Messenger flight path:




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The Missions section has been moved to it's own page The Missions page



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The Comet67p section has been moved to COMET67p page


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This section for Space news

Click Here for The NASA Astrophysics Data System!!!

Here is a great space news site Space Future.com

here is Jonathon's Weekly Newsletter about space

Looking for new space images? Then Click Heree for Image of the week from ESA!

Here is a new space news site it's Weird World News site

And here is another site It's Space News.info

And here is LUNARTIC.COM


And another space information site: Space COM

And Space.com's Video player main page



This is a new Space Communnity site: Cosmiverse!!!

and yet here the weekly space hangout crew


here is the sibling site to Cosmiverse it's Cosmic Voyager!!!

Here is a spot for kids It's Explore zone

Here is a wonderfull space resource it's Heavens Above

Click Heree World Wind lets you zoom from satellite altitude into
any place on Earth. Leveraging Landsat satellite imagery and Shuttle
Radar Topography Mission data, World Wind lets you experience Earth
terrain in visually rich 3D, just as if you were really there.

Here is nasa's Scientific Visualization Studio

This is NASA's Multi spectral Observatory The Virtual Observatory

This site specializes in introductory material Introduction to Planetary Nubulae

From this site you can explore the clementine Photos the establishment lets you view! The Clementine site

You can monitor Nasa's Lunar Prospector mission form here Lunar Prospector Exploration Site

From this site, you can explore the Solar System The Internet orrey


And here is a private effort Space Flight Now.com

a transformative transportation hub at geosynchronous orbit


The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is developing a highly capable robotic arm that could make such
a space "transportation hub" possible in the relatively near future, said former NASA astronaut Pam Melroy,
deputy director of DARPA's Tactical Technology Office.


Astronomers discover white dwarf with an oxygen atmosphere AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE PRESS RELEASE 3 April 2016 Astronomy Now


Unusual white dwarf SDSS J1240+6710 (arrowed) has a mass of 0.56 that of the Sun and is located
about 1,200 light-years away. Image
credit: S.O. Kepler, et al. / Sloan Digital Sky Survey.


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This section for Spaceref's group of websites:



Here is Spaceref.com main site

Here is Spaceref Canada

Here is spaceref canada sponsor It's Sky News Magazine

Here is Spaceref's TV channels

Here is Spaceref's Astrobiology page

Here is Trans orbital of Alexandria VA

And the Russian conter part Kosmotras.ru

Here is Space Science.com

The griffith Observatory has Spacew.com

a great effort is Destination Space

Here is destination Space's Chat room!

Here is another site it's


From Canada It's Universe Today!!!


Here is a great effort from north of the border IT'S UNIVERSE Today.com!!!

Here is the links page from Universe today's Links

An Afflited site is: Cosmoquest.org!!

And another one is Know the universe from Scott Lewis


Looking for images from space??? It's Spaceimaging.com!

Here is anothe space imaging company It's space images.com


here is another space reporting service Space daily

Headline services from Spacedaily


Click Here for Space Archive.. Monitor Vandenberg Launches and other space information

This site for Space Missions and discussions!


Here is Universe Today Headline service



HERE IS SPACE.COM Services


Embedded Videos















SPACE.WIRE


TRITON!, an Artist Impression of Neptune from Triton





Here is Launch Space.com

Looking for space amd space-like adventure? Then Click Heree for Space Adventures

Here is another source of information it's EARTHCHANGESTV


Here is the website for the amateur radio effort The Starshine project

And here for Radio astronomy for the professional

Here is the space shop for The Goddard Spaceflight center gift shop online

SPACE.com Amazing Images

LiveScience.com Amazing Images

Aviation.com Amazing Images

Here is a partner to Space.com it's Live Science.com


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This section is for Space advocacy groups

The Planetary Society


Another polictical lobbying group ProSpace America Inc.

Here is the United States Space Organization

This site has the patch or logo for Mars '98 mission Mars Patch with Conspiracy commentary

This is the site for Mission Home.org

Another group is United Space Alliance

Here is The Foundation for the International NON-Government Development of Space

Here is The Space Studies Institute

This site for the International Space Universtity

And here is The American Astronautical Society

The beginning is the Pro Space Organinazation

For Stephen Covey's asteroid capture blog spot

Another space resource page Paul Spudis' plan for returning to the moon

For information about the space investment summit that was held in conjunction with the 2012 IDSC

For information about the NSS/NASA Ames space settlement design Contest, including rules for next year's contest

To learn more about the International sunsat design competition

To find out Explore MArs and its MArs Education Challenge


The Space Frontier Foundation The space Frontier Foundation

Here is the Artemis Society's Page The Artemis Society

The Space Access Society has a web site: The Space Access Organization of Arizona

remember 2001 a space odyssey? Here is The 2001 exhibit

Click Heree for: Omaha will host Strategic Space 2004 for the second consecutive year
October 5-7 at Qwest Center Omaha. The national security conference is
presented by the Space Foundation and Space News and is designed to
foster relationships and understanding among the U.S. Strategic
Command and its constituencies in support of America's strategic
forces.

Here is another conference to check out:

THE NATIONAL SPACE SYMPOSIUM


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The National Space Society


The National Space Society has a neat page: The National Space Society

Here is NSS' Calendar Gallery for 2008

Click Heree for Space Exploration day!

And here is Space frontier day!

The natioonal apace socity's Space Ambassador program

The NSS' new project: Enterprise in Space.org



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This section for the moon


here are a couple of websites concerning the moonhoax
theory which may interest you:
Selling lunar is a a possible hoax to be wary of....
http://www.aulis.com/nasa.htm
www.sibrel.com

Here is a book and video companion: Book companion
Video companion
Tell me what you think.

And from Google..... Another google mashup...about the moon

The Google Lunar X Prize!

Click Heree to recreation of the first MOON Mission!!!

Lunar IMPACT!!!


Where there�s smoke, there�s fire, or in this instance, a new hole in the moon.
NASA�s Lunar Impact Monitoring Program recorded the brightest meteoroid impact ever
in its 8-year history on March 17 this year. The flash of light, as luminous as a 4th magnitude star
and lasting about one second, was caught on video striking the moon in the Sea of Rains (Mare Imbrium)
not far from the prominent crater Copernicus.

Animation from the LADEE moon satellite


Low-Flying Moon Probe Spies Craters And Mountains While Seeking Stars by Elizabeth Howell on February 14, 2014 A series of images from NASA�s Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE)
in Februrary 2014 showing the moon. Credit: NASA Ames
While NASA�s newest lunar probe was tracking the stars, it also captured the moon!
This series of star tracker images shows Earth�s closest large neighbour from a close-up orbit.
And as NASA explains, the primary purpose of these star-tracking images from the Lunar Atmosphere
and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) was not the lunar pictures themselves.

Read more: http://www.universetoday.com/#ixzz2tLE2E77x

Ladee images just before crashing on the Far side of the Moon


NASA�s Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE)
literally �saw the light� just days before crashing into the lunar farside
last Thursday April 17. Skimming just a few kilometers above the moon�s surface,
mission controllers took advantage of this unique low angle to gaze out over the
moon�s horizon in complete darkness much like the Apollo astronauts did from lunar orbit more than 40 years ago.
Read more: http://www.universetoday.com/#ixzz2zqIL4evC


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You also need to know the weather in space!!!

Solar X-rays:

Geomagnetic Field:
Status
Status
 
FromN3KL.org

Here is Data about Weather on the earth using space data

Radio propagation On Earth due to Space weatherr

And the General Space weather.com web site


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EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES


EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FROM Educator Labs

email educator labs: Jasmine Dyoco

Email sara at educator labs: Sara at educator labs

Another Neat educational site

A neat Space information page for kids!

California State Northridge's Resource for teaching astronomy

Here is American Astronomical Society's Resources for Educators

Aerospace History: History of the Space Shuttle"

IOP Institute of Physics Teaching astronomy and space videos

Calcultors.org's Online Physics Calculators

Astronomy Books for Adults

Aerospace History: the Space Shuttle

The Moon: A Resource Guide

The Exploratorium Observatory

Physics Calculations


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MISC. EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

Another resource Is From Quarks to quasars!

Video Introduction to From Quarks to Quasars

Published on May 9, 2015 From Quarks to Quasars is two people, Jaime and Jolene. We are working to make the world a more sciencey place, and you can help. In this video, get to know a little bit more about us and what we are trying to do. To support us, head to this link: Patreon">

AN Educational Site for kids!!

This site for An educational institution for Rice University out reach

Another organization for re-usable launch vehicles is: The Space Frontier Foundation


> This site is for SEDS Students for the Exploration and Development of Space

Educational Space stuff here at Universe news updated daily

Here is the Archives Library Information Center
What is ALIC? The Archives Library Information Center (ALIC) is more than a traditional library.
Recognizing that our customers no longer expect to work within the walls of a library,
these pages are designed to provide NARA staff and researchers nationwide with convenient access
to content beyond the physical holdings of our two traditional libraries. ALIC provides access to
information on American history and government, archival administration, information management,
and government documents to NARA staff, archives and records management professionals, and the general public.
Our physical library locations are in the National Archives Buildings in Washington, DC, and in College Park, MD.

And here is: JACO Aerospace education space sources

Another source of space information: National Geographic - Exploring MARS


A private source of Space information is: Space.com!!


A student's Science Fair display resource guiide

And I think that this is a great source of space information Universe today!!!!

AND: Cosmoquest.org


National Air & Space Museum: Collections

British Columbia Aviation History

The National Aviation Hall of Fame

306 Free Lesson Plans for Teachers

Read Write Think Lesson Plans

Lesson plans from form swift

Homework Help

Kids.gov: School-Related Information

22 Empowering Life Lessons for Children


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Education Resources from Math Camps

Different Learning Styles in Education
Eight Key Strategies for Deepening Your Effectiveness in the Classroom from math camps.org!!

snail mail: 500 Westover Dr #9372 Sanford, NC 27330)

How to use conference and video calling in the classroom

Classroom Strategies for Maximizing Your Teaching

Lesson Plan Library from Discovery Education

Smithsonian Education.org

Grade-by-Grade Guide to Building Visual Arts Lessons From the J. Paul Getty Museum

Lesson Plans for Teachers from the Humane Society

Get Your Students Moving Incorporating movement in the classroom keeps students and their brains engaged in learning. By: Kim Campbell

Make a Splash in the Classroom: A Hands-on Curriculum with Lessons and Activities on Swimming and Pools

Serve Up Classroom Nutrition Activities!


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Reporting/Informational sites

A real neat site is Solar System scope a digital simulation of our solar system!

An important foundation is The B612 Foundation:
Asteroids can and do strike Earth. Want to help us change this? click here!

Or the THe Sentinel Mission

Here is Carolyn Porco's Cassini Imaging (Saturn) Central Labortory for Imaging

This site is The Online Journal of Space Communication
is a cross-disciplinary scholarly publication designed to advance space communication
as a profession and as an academic discipline.

The weekly The space review .com

Here is Jonathan's Space report......

Here is a site about Space politics

Click Heree for a report on Mining the planets/asteroids???

Here is NASA's near earth object database

Here is the Web site for the russian space program

Click Here for Basic orbital Mechanics

This site for 100 years of E=M*C*C !


Click Here for Astro Science Multiple astro subjects

Click Heree for the web site International Space week!

Here is International Spaceweek Links

And here is the 2002 Aerospace commision report!!!

Here is a web site Science Daily

AND here for 1000 planets.com!

Information on 30,000 foot view of the past, present and future???

NASA Space Shots Inspire This Brilliant Video Of Universal Wonders
by Elizabeth Howell on January 12, 2015

Moons pass by Saturn�s rings. An eclipse takes place on Jupiter. We see these shots every day in images
from space agencies, but how would it be to actually float in a nearby spacecraft and watch these in action?


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Misc Space Stuff

And here is the Homepage of Astronaut Photography

And here for The Home Page of the Goddard Spaceflight Center

to track the ISS, Shuttle etc Click Heree for real time tracking

Here is a speculative method of space travel The matter-anti-matter drive

Here is news on Nuclear propulsion in space

You need a destination clicke here to Search for earth like worlds

here is a gallery of The European Space agency

Click Heree for The European Space Agency

Here is the manufactuer of your Space ship its Venture Star!

Here i another private company trying to develop space it's The Space Island Group!

An intermediate stop on your voyage is The International Space station!

You will need reading reading matter about the future Starlog magazine!

Here is a site for real time simulations etc Here is four Mil Lab!!

Space Search Engine


Click Heree for Space information search engine! It's Internets.com


The next Einstein? It's Dr. Michio Kaku!!!


Here is a site for Astronomical software It's starry night Software


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METAPHYSICAL MATERIAL

Metaphysical stuff here

A more metaphysical site is Meta Research

A new metaphysical research site is Enigmatatv

Here is another site for conspiracy/astronomical related stuff it's Terminator/Armageddon

Here is a site for Planet X!


This section is a tip of the hat to Art Bell's earth changes theory

The U.S. Global changes program United States Global Change program

Another site for Global changes is Art Bell's Global Super Storm Site


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P H Y S I C S

Here some Establishment Science Magazines to look into:

Final Frontier Magazine has some interesting stuff Explore the Final Frontier

I majored in Physics and here are two magazines to follow! Physics Today Magazine

And the second one is: Scientific American Magazine

This magazine is For Scientific Computing and Automation Magazine

Occasionally, this magazine publishes some interesting Science Popular Science Magazine


This small section focuses on physics....

Physics information found here Physics web

And just plain Physics

This section for Scientific Reseach

Here is the National Biological Research Institute

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