Space

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HiRISE - uahirise.org
Explore Mars with the current mission of NASA.
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Explore Mars with the current mission of NASA.
The site has material for those who want to participate in the mission on Mars, a lot of useful (not just beautiful aesthetically, but cognitive) photos, other information.
Clearly, most of them will go to Mars, well, suddenly ...



Live real time satellite tracking and predictions - n2yo.com
Companions on the map.
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Satellites in real time on the map.
You can select a satellite or an ISS and see where it is flying by.
There are a lot of satellites, so it's good to know what it's called. You can search by country or by name.



Purdue - purdue.edu/impactearth
We predict meteorites.
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The site is from astronomers, which calculates the consequences of the fall of meteorites to the Earth.

We specify the parameters: the diameter of the meteorite and its density, the speed of movement and the angle at which it enters the atmosphere. And ImpactEarth gives information about the explosion power, the strength of the emerging tsunami and earthquakes, the diameter of the crater remaining from the impact and others. According to the creators of the site, the accuracy of the calculations performed on it is sufficient to enable the use of professional users (for example, scientists Or military), and a simple interface allows you to work with the resource to virtually everyone who is interested.

Meteorites face the Earth quite often, but most of them burn in the atmosphere. Nevertheless, several times in the history of the planet several large celestial bodies fell on its surface. According to one of the popular hypotheses in science, it was the fall of the meteorite that led to the extinction of dinosaurs and many other species of living beings. In addition, some experts hold the opinion that it was meteorites that could bring to the Earth the molecules necessary for the emergence of life.



Webcam on the ISS - iss.stormway.ru
Space.
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2 webcams on the ISS, a tour of the ISS, the ISS on the map in real time mode.



Solar system study
The project site 'study of the solar system.'
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Site of the project "Investigation of the Solar System". The project is devoted to astronomy: the planets of the solar system, space research.



Planetmaker - planetmaker.wthr.us
On the map you can see the earth in volume, twist, everything will be as close as possible to realistic.
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On the map you can see the earth in volume, twist, everything will be as close as possible to realistic.
Relief, illumination by the sun, and the time can be changed and the lighting will move.
You can add a moon and it will spin tied to the ground.
You can choose other planets, set a lot, you can tighten the tone, make it brighter, change the terrain, then the mountains will be very large, etc.

In addition, you can see different land, for example. In the style of the old television. You can see Mars if it was the earth.



WhiteVinyl - whitevinyldesign.com/solarbeat
Solar System Map.
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The map of our solar system, very simple and similar to the one described above.

But it's also a toy. Here, the planets, as it were, graze their string through a full turn, each note of its own and produces a peculiar melody. You can set the rotation s



A Brief History of Rocket Launche - nattybumppo.github.io/rocket-launch-
A simple map with a timeline of the history of the launches of space rockets.
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Over 5,000 orbital rocket launches from nearly 30 different sites are depicted, starting in 1957 when Sputnik became the first artificial object in orbit.

A simple map with a timeline of the history of the launches of space rockets.
We can clearly see when the start was made and whether it was successful.
Successful - green, unsuccessful - red.

The simplest way to click the play button and look at the map, to the right will be more detailed information.

You can filter only flights to the moon or to Mars or ...



Solar System animation - Pure CSS - codepen.io/kowlor/full/ZYYQoy
The planets of the solar system rotate in real proportion, only larger sizes and time flies faster to be seen.
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The planets of the solar system rotate in real proportion, only larger sizes and time flies faster to be seen.
The code is written entirely in CSS, you can take it for your site.



Sky-map.org - sky-map.org
Map of the starry sky.
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Few people looked at the starry sky in any detail with an armed eye.
The site allows to do this.
You can zoom in, remove admiring the starry sky. Just to find out what is here or there and what it is.
You can see individual photos of the site you like.
Russian is there, but machine language.



First in Space
The first in space.


Our solar system - neography.com/experiment/circles/sol
Solar System Map.
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Map of our solar system.

The map is flat, quite simple, but here you can see how the planets rotate.



Map of the Milky Way - google.com/sky
Map of the Milky Way.
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A map of the starry sky in the usual Google map format, we zoom in and out with the mouse wheel, and so on.



Mars Map - google.com/mars
Map was created based on NASA's images.
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The map is based on NASA images.
You can see a photo or a map.
You can also see the map on the Google Earth program from Google.
Google Mars, which allows you to walk through Mars using updated satellite images of high resolution almost as soon as they appear in NASA.

Historical Maps - historical maps

But the high resolution photos of the planet were not always there. In this section, you can return during the first shots and see the Mars through the eyes of the discoverers. You can also see maps of Mars astronomers Giovanni Schiaparelli, Percival Lovell and ...


Moon Map by Google - google.com/moon
The map shows the landing site of people.
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You can see the photo or map-chart.
You can also see the map on the Google Earth program from Google.



100,000 Stars - stars.chromeexperiments.com
Interactive map of stars.
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100 thousand stars. The Milky Way in 3D is a virtual tour of the nearest star systems. You can orient yourself manually, which is great, but what's more interesting, you can turn on Play and see the journey to our planet.



360Cities Mars panorama - 360cities.net
Panorama of Mars.
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The site 360cities has a panorama of Mars, shot by the rovers Curiosity.



Photojournal - photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PI
Curiosity's 1.8-Billion-Pixel Panorama of Mars


Detailed maps of the surface of Mars - jmars.mars.asu.edu/maps/oldindex.php
Flight to Mars.
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Detailed maps of the surface of Mars.



M31
Maps of the sky and the planets surface, the device telescopes and eyepieces.
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Astronomical server M31: maps of the starry sky and surfaces of planets, the device of telescopes and eyepieces, caricatures on astronomical themes, astronomical and historical articles.



Joshworth - joshworth.com
Planets.
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The site presents the planets of the solar system in proportion to the size.
The speed of light is also demonstrated.
The Russian language presence.
Yes, our solar system is large.



A tediously accurate map of the solar system - joshworth.com/dev/pixelspace/pixelsp
Pixelated solar system.
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Pixelated solar system.
Here the dimensions of the universe are laid out in a scale, where the moon is equal to 1 pixel (pixel, this is one point on the screen).
So how much is she in the moons? :)



MKS live
Webcam, live broadcast from orbit.
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Webcam, live broadcast from orbit.
The NASA Office broadcasts live video on the Internet from the International Space Station (ISS) on the Internet, but you can only watch the earth from space when astronauts are either resting or sleeping.

And at other times, these transmitters are needed for work. But nevertheless, take a moment to watch the earth online from space. When the crew of the international space station rests, users of the global Internet can watch the planet Earth online and the starry sky through the eyes of astronauts - from a height of 350 km above the planet.

The rest of the time is shown a screensaver that shows the current position of the station, as well as NASA news about events in space. To calculate when astronauts go to sleep, you need to remember: the ISS uses universal coordinated time (UTC), which in winter is three hours behind Moscow time and four hours in summer.



panoramas.dk - panoramas.dk/mars/greeley-haven.html
MARS Greeley Haven 360 Panorama.
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MARS Greeley Haven 360 Panorama.



Slooh - live.slooh.com
Service of robotic telescopes.
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Service of robotic telescopes.
Provides access to 15 telescopes in Spain, Chile and ...
Paid, but there are also free broadcasts.

The cost of your account depends on whether you want to monitor or control your telescope.



MicroObservatory Robotic Telescope Network - mo-www.cfa.harvard.edu/OWN/
A network of automated telescopes that can be controlled online.
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A network of automated telescopes that can be controlled online.

Designed by scientists and teachers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, telescopes are designed to allow young people around the country to explore the wonders of the deep sky from their classrooms or after-school centers.

They are located and maintained at observatories affiliated with the Center for Astrophysics, including the Harvard College Observatory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the Whipple Observatory in Amado, Arizona.



Solar System Scope - solarsystemscope.com
Map of the solar system in 3D.
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Map of the solar system in 3D. Performed incredibly great.
There is no Russian language on the site, but there is a map in the map.

You can see all the planets and trajectories, dwarf planets, comets, constellations.
You can see planets in proportional sizes or in real ones, then they will be small points.

You can see the planets in 3D separately. (White arrow with a green ball on the right)



itelescope.net - itelescope.net
The service uses a base of 19 telescopes in the U.S., Spain and Australia mainly in the mountains, where city lights do not interfere with taking good pictures.
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The service uses a base of 19 telescopes in the U.S., Spain and Australia mainly in the mountains, where city lights do not interfere with taking good pictures.
The service is paid, but there is a free version.

The site can take photos of planets or deep space.
After registration, we get 40 points and can take pictures with a telescope with a Ø 150 mm lens.
For a fee of $5-10 we get access to a more powerful telescope with a Ø 700 mm lens.
Here we get another 30 points.
We spend the points on pictures, for example

  • shot of the planet - 1 point,
  • shot of a galaxy or nebula 15-20 points.


Racing on spaceships - hexgl.bkcore.com/play
Racing on spaceships.
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Racing on spaceships.
The rules are shown before the game.



What Did Hubble See on Your Birthday? - nasa.gov/content/goddard/what-did-hu
We indicate the month and day and look at what Hubble photographed on your birthday.


Solar & Heliospheric Observatory - sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/data/realtim
Service places and regularly updates photos of the sun from SOHO and SDO satellites.
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Service places and regularly updates photos of the sun from SOHO and SDO satellites.
Photos are updated quite often, almost in real time.
Sometimes you can see something else, such as Mercury, comets flying up to the sun.

You can work with the archive and even open a new comet, such cases were.



LROC - quickmap.lroc.asu.edu
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.
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Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.
NASA has taken thousands of images of the moon and they were collected in such an interactive map.
The map has a huge number of filters, you can overlay or remove the grid of coordinates, etc.



ISS virtual tour - google.com/maps/@29.5601187,-95.0860
Google made the panorama of the International Space Station.
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Google made the panorama of the International Space Station.



Anglo-Australian Observatory - aao.gov.au
The site of the Anglo-Australian Observatory.
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Site of the Anglo-Australian Observatory: galaxies, nebulae, supernovae, star clusters, unusual stars, photos from telescopes.



Cosmopit
Online store of space food.
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Online store of space food.

Do you want to try what astronauts eat?
This store allows us to fulfill the dream.
You can buy both something specific and ready-made kits.

You can buy both for yourself or as a gift for someone.

Our astronauts spend many months in space and therefore a large number of dishes are adapted.

Delivery

Free self-delivery (bring your ID) from the office at: Moscow Varshavskoe shosse 129 korp. 2, p. 2.
Courier delivery cost in Moscow - 450 rubles.

For the Moscow region - 650 rubles.

Delivery is carried out all over the world, in each case it is necessary to clarify the options.

Payment

Cash on delivery or by card online.


In-Space
News of astronomy, space and cosmonautics.
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News of astronomy, space and cosmonautics.

News of astronomy, space and cosmonautics.

Coverage of the most relevant news of astronomy.

The goal is to bring the most important scientific achievements and discoveries in the field of astronomy, space and cosmonautics in a clear language, while preserving the scientific grain and not distorting the facts.

For clarity, here are some pages:

  • news
  • ISS online
  • sun online
  • asteroids 2019
  • planets 3d
  • tests


Space News
Space News.
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Information about astronauts in space online.
A simple site, well, very simple.



Hubble - spacetelescope.org/images/heic1901a/
The biggest shot taken with the Hubble telescope.
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The biggest shot taken with the Hubble telescope.
665 million pixels in size 34372 × 19345 pixels, weighing 1.6 Gb.

The picture shows the Galaxy Triangle (twice smaller then Milky Way).

In fact, this is not one photo, but a group of interactive photos, like on Google maps.
We see everything, click on a certain place and get a more detailed photo, and so on.



Asterank - asterank.com/3d
Map of asteroids.
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The asteroids map.

Five new asteroids are opening today.
Their trajectories and parameters are entered into the database.

About 8000 asteroids periodically approach the Earth. Now this information is available, also visually in 3D.



GLIMPSE360 - spitzer.caltech.edu/glimpse360/wwt
Map of the Milky Way.
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Map of the Milky Way from NASA.

It's like an ordinary map, not just the whole sky, but a strip. You can scroll, zoom in, see what place our galaxy you are exploring.



News of space, astronomy and cosmonautics
The best news site on space themes.
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The best news site on space themes.
On the site of the news feed, you can see and learn details about the current position and phase of the moon.
In addition to the news and archive of news on the site, articles, videos and photos are presented. Not very much, but this is related information, the main thing for what to come in here is news about space.



WalkInSpace.ru
Journey into space.
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Journey into space.
The site collects all kinds of information about the cosmos.
Articles, photos, video about the planet, satellites.
It is obvious that people are passionate about the cosmos, and not blinded the site for earnings on this topic.
If you are interested in this topic, you will find something new.



NASA - eol.jsc.nasa.gov/ESRS/HDEV
High Definition Earth-Viewing System.
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High Definition Earth-Viewing System.

There is very little text on the page, the main thing is the video player, which allows you to see the earth in real time through a camera installed on the International Space Station.
You can choose the level of image quality.

The map shows where it is flying now.

Unfortunately, the player often does not show anything. Probably because it’s far from the most important thing that NASA does at the station, so to speak, is a by-product.
But try, maybe you are lucky now?



Geoportal Roscosmos - gptl.ru
Roskosmos Geoportal.
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A map from Roscosmos based on OpenStreetMap.
Of the features so far, I see that when removed, the earth turns into a globe like Google maps.



NASA Faceinspace - faceinspace.nasa.gov
Your photo in space.
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The action is over, just like the flight itself.


Do you want your photo to travel from the cosmos?
And to get an official NASA certificate about it?
And you want all this Was it for free?
Then hurry!

NASA decided to stage the last flight of its two shuttles:

  1. STS-133 flight is scheduled for September 16, 2010,
  2. STS-134 flight - For November 2010.
NASA's space agency is ready to take your photo in the last two missions of shuttles. Shuttles will fly into orbit, the cargo will be carried to the ISS; Whether then photos will be launched into cosmic eternity or they will be sold in orbit by the electromagnetic form of the mind, which needs acceptable images for tourist trips to Earth, is not specified.

Participation

To participate in Face in Space (150 thousand people already participate, from Russia and Ukraine about 3 thousand), you must specify your name, choose a flight and add photos on this page.

Certificate

It will be possible to pick up the Flight Certificate after the flight of your flight.
  1. STS-133 flight is scheduled for September 25, 2010,
  2. STS-134 flight is for November 2010.

STS-133 flight

STS-133

Flight STS-134

STS-134


Hubblesite - hubblesite.org
NASA.
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The Hubble Space Telescope is a telescope in space, so that the atmosphere of the earth does not distort the pictures.

This site is mostly interesting images that this telescope made.



NASA - nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv
The site is NASA TV - streaming from the ISS, as well as a lot of interesting entertainment.
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NASA (NASA) - The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (English National Aeronautics and Space Administration) - an agency owned by the US federal government, reporting directly to the vice-president of the USA and financed on 100% from the state budget, responsible for the civil space program of the country.

The site has NASA TV - streaming with the ISS, as well as a lot of spectacular interesting.



How Many People Are In Space Right Now? - howmanypeopleareinspacerightnow.com
How Many People Are In Space Right Now - How many people are in space right now.
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So the site is called, this is the site and does, nothing more, a figure corresponding to the number of people in space at the moment.
Below is a list of those who are currently in space, click, get on the page about this cosmonaut in Wikipedia.



Webcam on the ISS - ustream.tv/channel/iss-hdev-payload
Space.
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Well, it's not really a web camera, it's a decent video stream, so it's more like a broadcast.
But the essence is the same, we see the earth in real time.

There you can also see where the satellite is on the map. Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream



HTwins.net - htwins.net
Space.
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We choose the language and the display path, comparatively showing the largest and smallest objects in the universe. Simply increase or decrease by mouse scrolling.



Cosmos simple
Videos about space in simple terms.
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Videos about space in simple terms.

I use mostly English-language sources of information:

  1. official websites of space agencies,
  2. scientific publications,
  3. lectures by scientists and well-known popularizers of science,
  4. as well as consultations with scientists.


INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

IOSC Intersputnik - intersputnik.com
International Organization of Space Communications.


USA

NASA - nasa.gov
National Aeronautics and Space Administration


CONSTELLATIONS

Heavens-Above - heavens-above.com
We study the satellites and constellations.


FEDERAL MINISTRIES, SERVICES AND AGENCIES

Federal Space Agency

BACKGROUND SOUND

Space Sounds - spacesounds.com
Music of the heavenly spheres.
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Today, no one is surprised by the photos of the cosmos, how bizarre they did not look, or photographs of the earth from space and even video.
But here are the sounds of space ... this is not yet available for those who were not there. It was not avail