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Here are some great Space Science and Astronomy links for you to explore. There is a whole universe out there to learn about, so start clicking!

Photos Courtesy NASA.

Join the Craig Research Labs SETI@home Team - SETI@home is a computational research effort that harnesses the power of millions of Internet connected computers to search for evidence of extraterrestrial life. The program is run by a team of researchers at the University of California at Berkeley, and Craig Research Labs has a SETI@home team that you can join to help get the work done faster. All you need is a home computer and the desire to help -- it's fun and easy, so sign up today!

*NEW* Official Craig Research Labs Position Statement on the IAU's Definition of a Planet - Read our statement on the International Astronomical Union's controversial resolution which demoted Pluto from its traditional planetary status, and our new definition of a planet. *NEW*

NASA Home Page - The homepage of the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

NASA TV - Live coverage of NASA events, press conferences, spacecraft launches, etc. that you can watch over the web.

SkyView Virtual Observatory - SkyView is a NASA Virtual Observatory on the Net generating images of any part of the sky at wavelengths in all regimes from Radio to Gamma-Ray. A very cool tool.

The Planetary Society - The largest space interest group in the world. Advocates space exploration and space science research.

Today's Space Weather - Know what your star is up to -- in nearly real time.

Auroral Activity Plots from NOAA - Find out if the Northern (or Southern) Lights are currently over your location.

J-Track - A NASA Java Applet that lets you track satellites in real time on the Web. Find out where the International Space Station is RIGHT NOW.

Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia - Most people don't realise that up until recently we did not have proof of the existence of any other planets in the universe besides the nine that orbit our sun. Here's an up to date catalog of all of the known planets outside our own solar system.

Interstellar Molecules - Guess what's floating around up there?

JPL Near-Earth Object Program - The search for Near-Earth Objects and minor planets that could one day impact the Earth.

Space Development and Space Science - One of the best all around space link lists on the Internet.

Brian's Space Hotlist - More great space science links.

Regulus! The Astronomy Newsletter - A great page for amateur astronomy enthusiasts -- the site features sky charts, monthly observing targets, links, sketches through the eyepiece, etc.

Universe Today - Space news from around the Internet, updated every weekday. (If you visit this site regularly, you will REALLY be able to stay up to date -- they uncover ALL the stories, even the obscure ones).

Astronomy-Mall.com - An excellent list of links to manufacturers and dealers of astronomical equipment for the amateur astronomer.

International Dark-Sky Association - An international organization that seeks to combat the effects of light pollution on the night sky.

U.S. Space Camp - Where every kid wants to go.

Craig Research Labs - The Time Page - This is one of our own pages -- I'm including it here because it is of particular interest to amateur astronomers.

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