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Space on the World Wide Web

Space is big! And so are some of the sites on the Web covering space related topics. From the journeys of the Voyagers, now one of the furthest man-made objects in space, to our own back yard and Australian Observatories, it's all out there somewhere...

Links are arranged where possible under the following general headings:


National Aeronautics and Space Administration - Home Page.
Today at NASA
"If you've read about NASA recently or seen something on TV, this is the place to go for links to more details about breaking news. You can find the most recent Hubble Space Telescope Images, links to the Shuttle Web and the latest news releases. [This site is extremely busy, please be patient.]"
Space Science Major Missions
Alphabetical listing of US major space science missions and links to mission home pages

Shuttle Web:

NASA Shuttle Web
This site contains information on the crews and their missions, past, present and future, and will be regularly updated with status reports, photos and video clips thoughout any current flight.

Planetary Missions:

Welcome to the Planets
"This is a collection of many of the best images from NASA's planetary exploration program. The collection has been extracted from the interactive program "Welcome to the Planets" which was distributed on the Planetary Data System Educational CD-ROM Version 1.5 in December 1995."
Voyager Project Home Page
Voyager Interstellar Mission (VIM) - through our solar system and beyond as the Voyagers head towards the termination shock (around the year 2000) and then passage through the heliopause which is the outer extent of the Suns magnetic field and solar wind.
Mars Information on the Internet
"This list of Mars-related sites on the Internet is not intended to be comprehensive, but to cover the major areas that might be of interest to the general public or educators. | CURRENT MISSIONS | PICTURES | FUTURE MISSIONS | EVIDENCE OF LIFE | ONLINE INTRODUCTIONS | EDUCATION RESOURCES | ADDITIONAL INFORMATION"
Welcome to the Mars Missions!
Current Mars Missions - includes the Mars Pathfinder Mars Global Surveyor and Mars Surveyor 98 Missions
Project Galileo - Bringing Jupiter to Earth
"Welcome to the Project Galileo Home Page! Check out our extensive collection of just-released images and data from Jupiter, read a brief introduction to the mission, and join the excitement as we take you through Galileo's exploration of our solar system's largest planet."
Mission to Saturn - "objective is to return information about the Saturnian system; its rings, moons, magnetosphere, and last but not least, the planet itself." Launching October, 1997!

Hubble Space Telescope:

Hubble Space Telescope
Descriptions, history, links to pictures, discoveries, updates etc
Hubble Space Telescope Public Pictures
Latest releases, Hits Gallery, previously released images back to and including pre-servicing mission images

Australia and Space:

The Anglo-Australian Observatory
Links to Astronomical and Astrophysical Sites
Compiled and maintained by the AAO people.
The Astronomical Society of Australia
"The organisation of professional astronomers in Australia."
Australian Astronomical Web Servers
Including links to Australian Observatories and the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex
Australian Space
The history of and what is happening on the Australian Space scene
National Space Society of Australia
"Looking beyond Australia's Horizons - Opening the Space Frontier - The ultimate goal of the National Space Society of Australia"
The Wonders of The Night Sky
"A monthly guide to what you can see in the southern night sky" - compiled and maintained by one of our own local people.
Space Association of Australia
"...the Home Page Dedicated to the Australian Space Enthusiast!"

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