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United States: Space

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  • Mars Polar Lander -addresses the question of why we would want to explore Mars.
  • NASA Homepage
  • Return to the Moon - NASA's plans for long-term human exploration of Earth's moon.
  • National Science Foundation
  • Near Earth Object Program - collection of images and tracking data for potentially hazardous asteroids approaching the Earth.
  • STARDUST Project - launched on February 7, 1999, NASA's STARDUST spacecraft is the first US mission devoted to the return of extraterrestrial matter collected from outside the orbit of the moon and aims to bring cometary material and interstellar dust back to Earth after its rendezvous with the comet Wild 2 in January 2004.
  • Naval Observatory Data Services - includes data for sun and moon phases and movements from the U.S. Naval Observatory. Site also features a Multi-Year Interactive Computer Almanac, eclipse dates and locations, and an Easter date calculator.

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