Galileo The mission to Jupiter is still going strong.
Mars Global Surveyor The orbital phase of NASA's study of Mars.
Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous Orbiting asteroid 433 Eros since 2/14/2000
Stardust The first comet sample return mission.
SETI@Home How you can help Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence!
Rosetta The European Space Agency's mission to land on a comet in 2011!
Cassini The next mission to Saturn will arrive in 2004.
AstroWeb Pointers to astronomy-related information available on the Internet.
Bad Astronomy Dedicated to the correction of myths and misconceptions.
Guide to Backyard Astronomy A guide to the many and varied ways to engage in amateur astronomy.
Planetarium Software A list of programs you can use on your own computer!
Macintosh Astronomy Software Astronomy programs specifically for the Mac.
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