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National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
- News, links, mission schedules, and NASA for kids.



Beyond Einstein
NASA's Structure & Evolution of the Universe Theme Web Site, supporting Beyond Einstein: From the Big Bang to Black Holes.

Countdown Coverage
Provides updated coverage, schedule and mission information on upcoming rocket launches at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida.

Destination Earth
NASA's Earth Science Enterprise is an initiative to advance Earth science.

Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer
FUSE is a NASA-supported astronomy mission, developed by The Johns Hopkins University, to explore the Universe using the technique of high-resolution spectroscopy in the far-ultraviolet spectral region.

Global Tropospheric Experiment (GTE)
Part of NASA's Mission to Planet Earth project, examining, through airborne field campaigns, the natural and human factors affecting global tropospheric chemistry.

The Hubble Space Telescope Project
Learn all about the Hubble Space Telescope - its operations, upgrades, and discoveries.

HubbleSite
Located at the Space Telescope Science Institute, goal is to work on studying and explaining the unique, celestial phenomena, which is now made visible using Hubble's advanced technology.

NAIS Home Page
Procurement office of NASA provides industry with immediate access to current acquisition information over the Internet.

NASA Academy Alumni Association
Official alumni organization of the NASA Academy.

NASA and Space Grant University Web Sites
Image map to locate web sites of NASA centers and NASA Space Grant Universities. Many University links, contacts and full addresses.

NASA Astrophysic Data System
Free online abstracts and full-text papers in astronomy, astrophysics, planetary sciences, and solar physics.

NASA Earth Observatory
Explore the causes and effects of climatic and environmental change through the use of real satellite data.

NASA Headquarters
Located in Washington, D.C., exercises management over the space flight centers, research centers, and other installations that are run by the space program. Includes organizational charts and addresses.

NASA Headquarters Business Opportunities
Links to NASA's Business Opportunities

NASA Human Spaceflight
Coverage of current Space Shuttle and International Space Station missions. Also includes links to past space flights, Mars exploration, and image galleries.

NASA Jobs
NASA's human resources recruitment page, with information about opportunities and on how to apply.

NASA Office of Space Operations
A wealth of information on NASA's current projects and missions.

NASA Search
Allows you to easily search through hundreds of thousands of documents published on NASA web sites.

NASA Space Telerobotics Program
Archived page for project that was shut down in 1997. The research and technology development task supported by the program were transferred to other efforts. Reflects the state of robotics technology as it was in 1997, and not the current efforts in this field.

NASA Training and Development
Promotes and supports employee and organizational growth, development, and empowerment by providing learning programs, resources, and services.

NASA Web
Directory and links to many NASA sites.

NASA WWW Servers by Center
Links to astronomy & space resources available at NASA.

NASA's Aerospace Technology Enterprise
Serves as a center of science and technology for air and space transportation research.

NASA's Office of Policy & Plans
Serves as the focal point for representation and advocacy with executive branch officesand other federal agencies and departments for Agency-level policy issues.

National Space Biomedical Research Institute
Established in 1997 through a NASA competition, the consortium of 12 institutions working to prevent or solve health problems related to long-duration space travel and prolonged exposure to microgravity. The group's primary mission objective is to ensure safe and productive human space flight.

Office of Headquarters Operations (Code C)
This Headquarters functional office serves as the single focus on matters pertaining to the planning, execution, and evaluation of Headquarters institutional management activities.

Office of SpaceFlight Space Hotlist
Directory of general space-related links published by NASA.

ORNL Distributed Active Archive Center (DAAC) for Biogeochemical Dynamics
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.

ORPHEUS World Wide Web server
This server is for distributing information about the ESA/NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), and about the Coronal Diagnostics Spectrometer (CDS) instrument aboard that spacecraft. It is also the server for the NASA/GSFC Solar Extreme-ultraviolet Research Telescope and Spectrograph (SERTS) sounding rocket program.

Personal Air Vehicles
a $250,000 annual flight competition for small aircraft.Personal Air Vehicles (PAVs) are small but highly capable aircraft with 2-6 seats that are suitable for on-demand travel on trips of up to 800 miles.

Planet Quest
A NASA and JPL site in search of another Earth

Science Mission Directorate
Provides overview of strategies and vision of NASA's space science programmes. Includes science community outreach.

Solar Data Analysis Center
Solar images, solar news, eclipse information, solar data, NASA solar physics programs.

Solar System Exploration
Part of NASA's Office of Space Science that describes NASA's program to explore the solar system.

Space Science
Links to images and current news stories. Overview of scientific missions.

Space Telescope Science Institute
Responsibility for conducting and coordinating the science operations of the Hubble Space Telescope rests with the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus in Baltimore, Maryland. STScI is operated for NASA by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc. (AURA).

Spacecraft Technology Center at Texas A&M University
STC promotes commercially funded engineering research and technology development using the International Space Station (ISS) or other orbiting platforms as a test bed for developing and validating advanced spacecraft technology. A NASA research partnership center.

Spaceline
A free internet based bibliographic database referencing citations to publications on space life sciences research. A joint project of NASA and the US National Library of Medicine.

Spitzer Space Telescope
The largest infrared telescope ever launched into space and the final mission in NASA's Great Observatories Program.

Technical Standards Program
Features overview and repository of space standards. Access to the standards requires registration.

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