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Space Exploration in the 1960s and 1970s
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The Shuttle Era
The International Space Station is easy to see from the ground at dawn and dusk. NASA shows you how.
Heavens Above will show you how to see many satellites.
NASA maintains a collection of Astronaut Biographies.
We live in exciting times! I've pretty much lost count of the number of planets detected in orbit around other stars. Fortunately, other people are keeping track. There are two great sites to start with:
Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia - This is the original site, and it tends to be all inclusive, even at the risk of including some debatable detections.
Exoplanet Data Explorer - This site comes with great plotting tools and is more conservative about including confirmed planets. It was formerly known as the California and Carnegie Planet Search Page, and before that it was Geoff Marcy's Extra-solar Planet Page.
Last modified 8 February, 2015. © Gregory C. Sloan.