In Partnership with AOL
See also:
  • NASA: International Space Station - A resource on ISS by NASA. Includes operational news, wide range of background material, archives, image gallery and planned missions.
    [!]
  • The Automated Transfer Vehicle - Includes project overview, news and events from the team in the European Space Agency managing the development of this supply spacecraft for the station.
    [!]
  • Belgian International Space Station User Support Center - Provides contacts, documentation, news and events for the scientific users of the space station.
    [!]
  • Boeing - Features the prime contractor's overview of the design, its assembly sequence in space and scientific use.
    [!]
  • The Columbus Laboratory - Includes project overview, news and events from the team in the European Space Agency managing the development of this module of the ISS.
    [!]
  • The Crew Return Vehicle - Overview of a project to develop a manned spacecraft to return the crew to Earth in case of an emergency.
    [!]
  • Cupola - Provides design and project overview of the main observation post on the station.
    [!]
  • Data Management System - Provides factsheet for the DMS-R computers, in the Russian Service Module 'Zvezda', providing the overall control of the Russian segment.
    [!]
  • Earth Sciences and Image Analysis - Includes a searchable, updated database of Earth photos made from the space station's windows.
    [!]
  • ESA - Human Space Flight - Features overview of European participation in the International Space Station, with projects, news and events.
    [!]
  • The European Robotic Arm - Provides project overview and data on the walking robot planned to service the Russian segment.
    [!]
  • Future of Canadian Space Exploration - Includes a brief introduction on Canada's involvement in the space station.
    [!]
  • The History of Space Stations - Features a brief history article on the space stations by a writer and space professional.
    [!]
  • How Space Stations Work - Illustrated tutorial about what a space station looks like, what will it be like to live and work in space, and what problems are involved in building one.
    [!]
  • ISS Fan Club - A club of space enthusiast following ISS missions and contacting crews by amateur radio. Offers news, forums and tracking information.
    [!]
  • Kennedy Space Center - Offers overview of the ISS payload and system launch processing. Includes outreach, multimedia and live feeds from the Space Station Processing Facility.
    [!]
  • Node 2: Connecting Module - Offers data sheets on the module connection the truss structure and the US laboratory to other elements.
    [!]
  • Node 3: Connecting Module - Offers data sheets on the module that connects elements and house a number of life support systems.
    [!]
  • PBS - Space Station : The Series - Offers an overview of a television series. Includes a variety of supporting material for the public.
    [!]
  • Scientific American: Missed Deadlines - News article about difficulties with the Russian participation (1998).
    [!]
  • Space Today Online - Offers e-zine with comprehensive news and coverage of all aspects of space stations by a space writer. Includes historical material on previous stations.
    [!]
  • SPACEnet 99 - Overview of ISS activities and news by a German provider. Includes mission, crew aspects and supporting material.
    [!]
  • SpaceOnLine News - Provides news briefs and links related to the station with emphasis on radio amateurs. Includes call signs of astronauts.
    [!]
  • Status Reports - Offers current and past station official status reports. Provided by the flight operations authority.
    [!]
  • Zarya - Offers summaries of the construction and expeditions to the space station, by an author specializing in Russian space history.
    [!]
Volunteer to edit this category.
[Space Mozilla]
Copyright © 1998-2014 AOL Inc. Terms of Use
Visit our sister sites  mozilla.org | MusicMoz | Wikipedia

Last update: September 24, 2013 at 8:35:10 UTC - edit