Report from Headquarters

Internet Provides Cool Space Links

Written by: Space Foundation Editorial Team

 The Internet is overflowing with interesting, education and sometimes just silly space information.

  • For a time-lapse history of the construction of the International Space Station, click here.
  • For the first-ever view of Mercury from orbit around the innermost planet, click here.
  • To see how aliens view our use of space developments, click here.
  • To see the final lainch of the Space Shuttle Discovery, click here. And, if you are interested in purchasing a beautiful Discovery poster (or a poster of any of the additional five Space Shuttles) to support Space Foundation eduction programs, click here.
  • For a look at some of the spacecraft that will be on display at the upcoming 27th National Space Syymposium:
  • Click here for the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft
  • Click here for the Boeing ALTV test flight
  • Click here for the Orbital Sciences' Cygnus™ advanced maneuvering spacecraft
  • Click here for the Lockheed Martin Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle
  • Click here for the Boeing Crew Space Transportation (CST-100) spacecraft

Pictured: Final launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery, February 2011

This article is part of Space Watch: April 2011 (Volume: 10, Issue: 4).

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