The idea here is to link users with web sites they have a hard time
finding on their own. I'm adding things as I run across them.
me with your comments on this section.
Such sites include:
Space Walk-Of-Fame. Located in Space View
Park, the Space Walk Of Fame honors not only the
astronauts, but all the support personnel on the ground
who made the flights possible. This is also a great
place to watch Shuttle Launches from.
A great source for space mission patches, and astronaut memorabilia. Visit their store in Cocoa Beach, or
on the Internet.
Astronaut Hall Of Fame, Operated on behalf of the
Mercury 7 Foundation (an educational foundation formed by
Americas first astronauts), this interactive museum of the
manned space program contains memorabilia donated by the astronauts
themselves in the hopes it will inspire the young men &
women who will be the astronauts of tomorrow. A recent remodeling has
included some "action rides" that simulate Astronaut training.
SpaceDay, Held on the first Thursday of May of each year, SpaceDay is an annual observance
of May, 1963 when President John F Kennedy challenged America "To send
a man to the moon... and return him safely to the Earth". This date is
during the school year, where July 20th (anniversary of the first Moon
landing) is not.
This is the "Space News"
portal of choice.
Spacecraft Films, makes
new digital transfers of holdings from the National Archives, National Air and
Space Museum, military and private collectors and keeps the material digital to DVD
disc, providing you with the clearest view possible into into America's proud
legacy in space.
Orbital Network Engineering,
a leader in providing satellite telemetry and data acquisition systems for processing
bpsk and qpsk communications formats.
Need a radiation hardened Single Board Computer for that satellite, Get Away Special, or
space shuttle experiment you're building? Checkout the SBC's offerred by