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Orbiter - A free space flight simulator

by jdrsantos
ORBITER is a free flight simulator that goes beyond the confines of Earth's atmosphere. Launch the Space Shuttle from Kennedy Space Center to deploy a satellite, rendezvous with the International Space Station or take the futuristic Delta-glider for a tou

February 2008

The Meteorite Man

by manateemedia
Buy meteorites and meteorite jewelry - stony-iron, tektites, iron, stone, lunar, martian and more.

October 2007

Flight 2 - High ALtitude Object

by lukeslytalker
My project launched a payload with GPS, camera, sensors and communications to an altitude of 30km. I obtained most parts ready years ago, but only recently had time to finish it.

The Daily Galaxy: News from Planet Earth & Beyond

by jdrsantos
The Daily Galaxy -News from Planet Earth & Beyond, is an eclectic text and video presentation of fascinating news and original insights on science, space exploration, technology, and their reflections in popular culture (film, books, events).

September 2007

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BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Galaxies clash in four-way merger

by lukeslytalker
Four gigantic galaxies have been seen crashing into one another in one of the biggest cosmic collisions ever seen.

Charles in Space

by lukeslytalker
Kazakhstan. Simonyi documented his experiences in training, in space, and back on terra firm at his terrific site Charles In Space.

July 2007

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Mars Rover Celebrates Milestone

by cflick
More than 910 days after its "90-day warranty" expired, NASA's rover Spirit is still carrying out its mission on Mars. Discovery News reporter Jorge Ribas finds out how the robot has lasted so long.

New Horizons Web Site

by talou (via)
WOW ! effet de flash sur Io, grâce à la lumière de Jupiter. Joli panache de Tvashtar. Reality better than artists impressions !

March 2007

NASA Space Station Status Report 23 March 2007

by pokabudki
HOUSTON - The Expedition 14 crew continued work this week on scientific experiments and increased the bandwidth on the International Space Station's computer network. Commander Michael Lopez-Alegria and Flight Engineer Suni Williams spent time working with experiments that may hold the key to several aspects of long-duration space flight as NASA looks forward to missions back to the moon and on to Mars or other destinations.

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