- We would like to thank our coach, Mr Wand,
for correcting the spelling and grammar of our webpages.
- Thanks to Sara Groen from our school for letting
us take photos of her as Christine in the simulation game.
- Thanks to Joanne Mueller and Candace Irwin
from NASA, for responding to our email questions about the ranking system
- Thanks to NASA for providing all the copyright free photographs in the Astronauts, Space Shuttle, and Mars Global Surveyor sections.
We would like to thank the following webmasters
for providing webpages that form some of the fundamental components of
- Miss Selena Sol for hosting her website
about CGI programming, which is the source of most of the CGI programs
- In a similar manner, thanks to Matt's
Scripting Archive for providing some CGI programs implemented here.
- NASA's Mars Global
Surveyor Homepage for providing all the information contained in the
MGS section of our site.
- NASA's Miss Kelly
Humphries whose webpage provided information for the Space Shuttles
section and the Astronauts Frontier.
- The Space
Movie Archive for providing the movie clips in the Space Shuttles section
and the Solar System section.
We would like to thank the people who created
the following books and videos, whose work are the major sources of our
The video "UFO Diaries" which provided most
of the information in the "UFO and Unsolved Mysteries" Section.
"The X Factor" Magazine from Marshall
Cavendish Publication for the images in the "UFO and Unsolved
The video "Roswell" which also contributed
information in the "UFO and Unsolved Mysteries" Section.
"Space Exploration" by Brian Jones
for information included in the "Space Shuttles" section.
"Disecting Aliens: Terror in Space" by John
L. Flynn for some information in the "UFO and Unsolved Mysteries"
"Space Shuttles: A New Era?" by Nigel
Hawkes for some information in the "Space Shuttles" section.
"Flight Unlimited" Operator's Manual
for providing the information of how planes fly in the simulation game.
"The Atlas of the Solar System" by Bill
Yenne for providing the information in the Solar System section.
"The Heavens" from The World Book Encyclopedia
of Science, also for information in the Solar System section.
"Essentials in Physics" for diagrams in the Space Physics section.