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Starship Flight Simulation
Earth -- stimulation
The Virtual Sun - An informative tour about the sun. This site includes lots of fascinating images and MPEG movies. You can choose to take a tour in English or view it in Dutch.
Earth and Universe - Graphically not the most engaging site, but does provide an excellent audio and visual presentation on the universe. The site focuses on stars, nebulae, and galaxies. Well worth the visit.
North American Skies -This page contains information on stars, planets, eclipses, meteor showers, and other events visible in the sky. Times and locations of events are provided.
Moon -- phases of moon
Lunar Eclipse - Check out photos from the October, 1996, lunar eclipse. There is also a very simple activity that helps explain the phenomenon.
Sky -- look at the stars
Solar System Live -- stimulation
NASA's Planetary Photojournal
JPL - Welcome to the Planets
Views of the Solar System -- An educational tour of the solar system. It contains images and information about the sun, planets, moons, asteroids, comets, and meteoroids found within the solar system.
The Nine Planets - An in-depth look at the solar system. Text, pictures, sounds, and an occasional movie help tell the story.
Terranova -- Visit a new terraformed planet
Public Use of Remote Sensing Data
Movies and Animations about space
Virtual Trips to Black Holes and Neutron Stars
The Astrobiology Web: Life in Extreme Environments - Discover how scientists study the possibility of life on other planets by studying life in harsh environments on earth.
Mars Pathfinder Current Rover Status - See the latest images, check out the newest data from the Mars Pathfinder.
Mars Multi-Scale Map - An interactive look at the Martian surface.
Principal Investigator Microgravity Services - Get data about the microgravity ("zero-g") conditions on-board the shuttle Orbiter and the Mir space station.
The Planetary Society is your connection to the exploration of the cosmos and the search for extraterrestrial life and intelligence. Check out our latest headline articles, with news about Mars exploration, comet and asteroid discoveries, and more.
The Mars Missions, Year 2000 and Beyond!
Check out this VRML model of the Hubble Telescope. Get an up close and personal look at space as you twist, turn and explore. Learn about the satellite, its job and how it works. And don't miss the Java Applet that shows you six amazing images from space that will knock your socks off.
GeoClock for Windows: -- This fun utility shows a continuously updating display of the earth and its time zones. Have GeoClock locate any city in the world, and it will display the current time, the sunrise and sunset times, the longitude and latitude, the elevation, and much more.
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