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Find up-to-date information on space science related activities around the world. Official NASA sites provide a range of resources from shuttle mission details to daily weather reports from the sun. Other science news organizations cover everything from international space agencies to discussion threads on the existence of extra-terrestrial life.

NASA News Sources
Other Space Science Media Sources

NASA News Sources
Science Mission Directorate (SMD) Education and Public Outreach (E/PO) Newsletter
The NASA Education and Public Outreach produces a continuing newsletter that serves as a vehicle for sharing some of the many SMD E/PO accomplishments in education and outreach with the larger space science research community and other interested individuals. High and low resolution versions of the newsletter are available online as PDFs to view, download, or print.

NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center
Learn about the latest developments at the Dryden Flight Research Center, NASA's premier installation for aeronautical flight research. The Center's charter is to research, develop, verify, and transfer advanced aeronautics, space, and related technologies.

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Up-to-date news and information for NASA's lead center for robotic exploration of the solar system. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory, managed by the California Institute of Technology, has built spacecraft that have visited all the planets in our solar system with the exception of Pluto.

NASA's Johnson Space Center
From the early Gemini, Apollo and Skylab projects to today's Space Shuttle Programs, Johnson Space Center continues to lead NASA's efforts in human space exploration. Keep track of current missions, including the development of the International Space Station, through daily news updates.

NASA's Kennedy Space Center
News at Kennedy Space Center is your main source for shuttle launch information. The John F. Kennedy Space Center is the nation's spaceport -- the liftoff site for all manned missions into space. The Space Center also performs the highly specialized function of preparing space shuttles and their cargoes for launch.

NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center
As NASA's lead center for space transportation systems and development, and the center of excellence for space propulsion, the Marshall Space Flight Center leads NASA's mission to develop future generations of safe, reliable and affordable space transportation systems.

NASA Space News
Human Space Flight news, links, live videos, real time data, letters home from orbit, and earth-bound opportunities for sightseeing in the sky.

Science @ NASA News
Science @ NASA features daily news about NASA research, live sky events, space weather, and opportunities to participate in real NASA science.

Space Shuttle Launch Schedule
The Space Shuttle Launch Schedule includes detailed information about each shuttle mission including crew members, mission goals, and launch date and time.

Today @ nasa.gov
News and science directly from NASA. The Science Directorate at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center sponsors the Science@NASA Web sites. The mission of Science@NASA is to help the public understand how exciting NASA research is and to help NASA scientists fulfill their outreach responsibilities.

Other Space Science News Sources
From the publishers of Astronomy magazine, Astronomy.com has a wide variety of space science information including news, observing tips, an image gallery, parent and teacher resources, Astro for Kids, and a beginners guide.

CNN Space News
The space section of the CNN online Web site has up-to-date information from NASA and other international space agencies. The interactive library includes video and 360-degree photo tours of prominent space missions.

Earth & Sky Radio Series
Each day this award winning science radio series examines an area of Earth science, astronomy, or environmental science. Listen to shows online using Real Audio or read the text transcripts.

Sciforums.com is a bulletin service dedicated to science themes. Discuss a variety of subjects including astronomy, earth science, exobiology, & cosmology.

MSNBC Space News
MSNBC Space News has current headlines from space agencies across the globe in addition to helpful historical information such as space shuttle and space-race timelines.

Nova Online
To compliment the television show, NOVA, an award-winning science series, has developed a Web site with supporting in-depth information for every program. Their popular Online Adventures allow the Internet audience to travel in real time with scientists and explorers to remote parts of the world.

Scientific American
Scientific American

Sky & Telescope News
Sky & Telescope is a complete source of information for current and aspiring astronomy practitioners worldwide. Their Web site includes observing tips, astronomy basics, and customized sky charts.

Space Chronicle
The Houston Chronicle provides continuing coverage of space news both in and out of the Houston area.

Space.com is a colorful and extensive resource for space and space related information. Unique news updates, complete coverage of worldwide launches, and the latest developments in the search extra-terrestrials are just a few of the things available on the site.

Space News
Space News, from the publishers of Space.com, is the premier business-to-business international newsweekly dedicated entirely to space and aerospace business.

Space Weather.com
Your source for science news and information about the Sun-Earth environment. Includes daily solar wind readings and monthly earth-astroid encounter warnings.

StarDate, part of the University of Texas McDonald Observatory, is most known for their award-winning radio astronomy programs. Along with audio and text transcripts of these programs, the Web site also offers astronomy resources to teachers, the media, and the public.

Star Gazer
Star Gazer, hosted by Jack Horkheimer, is the world's only weekly television series on naked eye astronomy. The Star Gazer Web site offers transcripts of each weekly episode which features selected objects for naked eye viewing for the following week.

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