I know, I have both a links section for this, and a general news section. However, I've also found a number of papers and articles that are very interesting, but aren't really full web-sites, so I thought I'd put them here. Besides, there's plenty of other space-related stuff I'll be adding later.

Have sounds, images, articles, etc, that might fit in this category? Let me know.

November 1, 2000

Some reasons to privatize NASA.
And some more on that topic, airliners vs. spaceliners.

October 31, 2000

Cassandra finds skull in space.

October 25, 2000

The solar system almost gets a new planet.

There's some Mars Surveyor images open to the public.

October 23, 2000

The weather on Titan.

October 18, 2000

An update on the ISS.

October 17, 2000

It appears we've finally lost contact with Pioneer 10.

Oct 13, 2000

Meteor fragments offer possible clue to how life on earth started.

Oct 10, 2000

There are some very nice solar images available online, as well as an article about them.

Oct 5, 2000

Read about another possibility for cheap launches, magnetic bubbles.

Sept 28, 2000

Start things off with an article about why NASA needs competition, followed by a whole string of potential comapnies to fill that role (even if the article mostly talks about competition from another government agency).

Rotary Rocket
Kelly Space
Cerulean Frieght Forwarding Company
JP Aerospace
Pioneer Rocketplane

Sept 26, 2000

NASA chooses "Mickey Mouse" design for ISS

See some animated gifs of stars from Hubble

Sept 22, 2000

Keep an eye on the solar weather.

Sept 18, 2000

It's billed as a space-ship kit, but it isn't quite. Still, a kit for a sub-orbital skipper is pretty neat. Now if only I had half a million dollars to get one...

Sept 14, 2000

I'm adding another NASA link: MicroArcsecond X-ray Imaging Mission (MAXIM)

Sept 12, 2000

If you've been watching the news today, you've probably heard about Survivor in Space. NBC is going to do a vote-off type show, only these guys will be going through cosmonaut training, with the last man standing taking a (hopefully two-way) trip to Mir.
Some more info at Mir Corp.
NBC has yet to announce how to sign up for consideration, but is expected to do so next month.

Sept 9, 2000

Let's start things off with this interesting article about a space elevator, something that's apparently seriously under consideration by NASA.

Here's an article in the Scientific American about space propulsion.

Here's a NASA presentation on advanced propulsion systems (in Acrobat format).

Here's a paper about nuclear propulsion in space.



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