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European Space Agency (ESA)

European Space Agency Space Science Programme (ESA)

National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA)

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

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




New Scientist

BBC Science & Technology pages


Cassini-Huygens home

SWRI Space Physics Resources


Venus Express home


Mars Express home

ExoMars home


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


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.

Astronomy picture of the day

9th January 2007
Rob Wilson