TO GO BOLDLY WHERE NO ONE HAS GONE BEFORE



Student Stories about Exploring New Worlds & Colonization of those Worlds (coming in May 2000)


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LINKS TO FAVORITE Web Pages on SPACE and SPACE EXPLORATION:

NASA's Homepage

Space -- the Far Lands
Links to resources in space science and technology and the history of space exploration; links to NASA resources; links to resources on the future of space exploration (including space development, space settlement, and interstellar flight).

Space Sciences -- Reviews Index
This section contains all those works dealing with Astronomy, Astrophysics, Astronautics, Cosmology, etc.

Welcome to Star Trek, Main homepage

2001: A Space Odyssey is considered by many to be the finest science fiction film ever made. Released in 1968, this Stanley Kubrick production was light-years ahead of its time in science-fiction folklore. The screenplay was based on Arthur C. Clarke's book.

STAR WARS: Welcome to the Official Site

Space: the Final Frontier
The Web Page has a Good Space Timeline & mention of first human flight in Paris, France on November 21, 1783
Quote from Main Page: I have followed the space program since I was a child. It is a wonderful thing that humans can dream and provide for civilizations in far distant generations. One day in the very distant future humankind will thank these bold scientists as revolutionary thinkers that saved our kind from extinction. For all that we learn about our past we also make pathways for our children. Science will always be pushing the boundaries of our human emotions.

The SPACE PORT -- Star Trek Links
There are too many images to load onto main page. It takes too long to wait for all the images to download. But it's worth the wait!

Space, the Final Frontier
This person found links to many pages dealing with outer space, some fact & some fiction

Outer Realms: Links to Out There, Yonder, You Know, Outer Space
Quote from this person's page: I think people that are into science fiction are naturally drawn toward the advances in technology, computers, gadgets and gew-gaws. We love this stuff! We're read about what's happening before our very eyes for ages. Look at Leonardo de Vinci, Jules Verne -- these men were visionaries! Anything is possible, the future is ours for the taking.