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European Space Agency (ESA)

National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA)

The Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council (PPARC)

The Royal Society


Royal Astronomical Society

International Solar Terrestrial Physics (ISTP)

Magnetosphere Ionosphere & Solar-Terrestrial (MIST)

American Geophysical Union (AGU)

UK goes to the planets

UK planetary forum


Satellite Situation Center

Space Physics Data facility

SPace ENVironment Information System

SWRI Space Physics Resources


The Practical Guide To Physical Units for Particle Measurements

Oulu Space Physics Textbook



Discussion group schedule

MSSL Publications database

"How to" - our computing pages, (Plasma-)FAQ-O-Matic, Squirrel Mail

MSSL computing pages, (MSSL-)FAQ-O-Matic, etc.

Web of Science

Tail team

Research Funding Opportunities [UCL, but a reduced site available for external visits]


Fun Science (External)

Heavens Above (view from MSSL) Where can you look to see Satellites?

Solar System Simulator (NASA) Where are the planets? (past/present/future)

National Space Center (UK - Leicester)

Satellite Images of Earth at Night

Final Frontier BBC & O.U. TV programme.

The Nine Planets Resources on the solar system.

25th July 2003
Rob Wilson