Welcome to our fabulous space website! Our website will talk about Space Exploration from the Past, Present, and Future! You will hear about Satellites and Probes, Discoveries, Sending People to Space, Telescopes, Spaceships, History, and more. You will have a chance to see a Space Timeline and Games that we made, including an online quiz.
How were the first rockets invented? How has astronomy developed over the centuries? How do scientists explain things that are happening in space and on Earth? If you're interested in finding the answers, the History of Space is the place for you.
If you’re interested in what astronauts do in space, People in Space is the perfect section for you! Learn more about astronauts, how they live and work in space, the first mission to the moon, and the development of space food.
Telescopes describes four different telescopes and shows the differences between them.
Read about different missions and space vehicles that have taught astronomers and other scientists a lot about the solar system. Discover some of the successful and the not so successful missions.
Astronomers and explorers have been searching for new things for thousands of years. Check out some of the things that we have discovered.
Find out where we have sent space probes and what they’ve found. What are all those satellites doing orbiting Earth? You’ll know when you’re done with our section on satellites and probes.
Will humans ever live in space? Where will they live? Find out more about things that will be happening in the future.
If you want to find out about the most interesting discoveries and launch dates, try our space timeline.
Enter our games section and try our crossword puzzle, word searches, and an online quiz.
Send us an email with your comments and suggestions. We are always trying to improve our site, and we would love to add more information to our site. Tell us what you want to learn more about or what we’ve missed!
Check out the Astronaut's Log to find some of the questions, suggestions, and comments send in by our visitors.
If you would like to learn more about the sections we wrote, go to our bibliography. You can find all of the resources we used for our website, then you can read them yourself to find out even more information.
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Space Exploration of the Past, Present, and Future