Related External Web Sites
The following is a list of papers with content matter relevant to the Moon as a whole, missions to the moon, and companies and organizations whose focus is on the moon, but located elsewhere on the World Wide Web.
- The Moon Society
- The international organization for the study and development of the moon.
- National Space Science Data Center Moon Page
- Facts, missions, and links to other resources
- Nine Planets Luna Page (SEDS)
- Basic facts about the moon
- Earth and Moon Viewer (Fourmilab Switzerland)
- Generates views of Luna from Earth, or Earth from Luna, at a specified date and time
- Inconstant Moon
- Astronomical observations of the moon for each day in the lunar cycle, in an artistic presentation. Takes its name from a short story by Larry Niven. Warning: music, frames.
- The Space Environment: An Overview
- The Apollo Lunar Surface Journal
- Flight by flight, word for word, transcription of communication between mission control and the Apollo astronauts.
- The Face of the Moon (Linda Hall Library)
- Many historical images. Drawings of the face of the moon from observors throughout history, beginning with Galileo in 1554.
- Lunar Underground Web Ring
- Home page for the Lunar Underground Web Ring. All web sites related to the moon are welcome and encouraged to join the ring. A service of Artemis Society International.
- Lunar Prospector
- Lunar Prospector was launched to the Moon on January 6, 1998 and impacted the south polar region on July 31, 1999. It started out as a private lunar mapping mission, and eventually was sponsored by NASA at the Ames Research Center.
- Lunar Module Team Logos (Grumman)
- Some fascinating history: the logos that the Grumman lunar module teams used during the Apollo program. Each lunar module team had its own mission patch.
- TransOrbital's Trailblazer 2001 and Electra missions to the moon have their roots in Artemis Society International's Microlander Team.
- The corporate side of the Lunar Rover Initiative. LunaCorp signed their first major sponsor, Radio Shack, in 2000.
- Lunar Rover Initiative (Carnegie-Mellon University Robotics Institute)
- The technical side of the Lunar Rover Initiative.
- Lunar Retriver Mission (Applied Space Resources)
- ASR is a marketing firm pushing a lunar sample return mission.
- Lunar Institute of Technology
- Imaginary university on the moon. Has been undergoing rennovation since 1997. Mostly broken links at this time.
If your company or organization has a web site that should be included in this list, please write to email@example.com. As of this writing there are more than 3000 documents in the Artemis Data Book, so be sure to include the URL of this web page in your message.
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