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A Space Library  
Welcome to a Space Library, a NASA/JPL/Caltech spyglass on the cosmos. Here you will find a mixture of space-related images and programs which will help you visualize the Solar System and NASA space missions using computer graphics.
Submitted: Jul 09, 1999
Software for Optical Design and Analysis  
Listing of freeware and commercial programs for optical design, analysis, illumination and other calculations. Telescope and eyepiece calculators.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
NASA Astrophysics Data System  
The Astrophysics Data System (ADS) is a NASA-funded project whose main resource is an Abstract Service, which includes four sets of abstracts: 1) astronomy and astrophysics, containing 487,895 abstracts; 2) instrumentation, containing 513,829 abstracts; 3) physics and geophysics, containing 429,653 abstracts; and 4) Los Alamos preprint server, containing 2,983 abstracts. Each dataset can be searched by author, object name (astronomy only), title, or abstract text words. In addition, we have extended the abstract service to include links to scanned images of over 40,000 journal articles for articles appearing in most of the major astronomical journals.
Submitted: Jul 09, 1999
Sea and Sky  
Sea and Sky, a Web site dedicated to our last two great frontiers. Come with us now and explore the splendors of the sea and the wonders of the universe...
Submitted: Jul 09, 1999
SETI Net: Searching for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence  
SETI.Net is not a UFO page but a serious attempt to build the machinery, electronics, and logic necessary to detect a signal "not from terra" (Extraterrestrial). Follow the Engineering icon above for some detail on the construction of the system.. This is the second version of this system. Early pictures of this equipment are available on the site along with some of the first images collected. Follow the FirstSearch icon (above). The first version was built around a computer named Zeke as is this one.
Submitted: Jul 09, 1999
FAQ for sci.astro  
sci.astro is a newsgroup devoted to the discussion of all aspects of astronomy. As such its content ranges from the Earth to the farthest reaches of the Universe. However, certain questions tend to appear fairly regularly. This document (the FAQ) attempts to summarize answers to these questions.
Submitted: Jul 09, 1999
NASA/Marshall X-Ray Astronomy  
Welcome to the WWW Home Page for the X-Ray Astronomy Group at Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama. One of the primary activities of this group is to provide scientific and technical support for CXO (AXAF) Project Science. As part of that effort, the members of our group conduct research in various fields of X-ray astronomy. Marshall Space Flight Center's Open House X-Ray Astronomy exhibit provides introductions to the field of X-Ray Astronomy, the wonders of Neutron Stars, and NASA's next Great Observatory, CXO.
Submitted: Jul 09, 1999

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