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Italian Rocketry (4 Sites, 59 Hits) 02/20/2002
| ||Un WebRing che vuole unire i siti con argomenti correlati all'astronautica, la missilistica e materie simili, italiani.|
MARTE (4 Sites, 29 Hits) 09/06/2000
| ||Il pianeta - L'esplorazione - Le anoamlie - C'è acqua - L'uomo su Marte, C'è vita? - E molto altro ...
Living Universe Foundation WebRing (8 Sites, 71 Hits) 12/31/1996
| ||The ring was founded by the Living Universe Foundation, which is a grass roots movement for the development of ecologically sound technologies for healing the Earth and colonizing the oceans and space. This ring contains sites belonging to members of the foundation, and websites dedicated to science, technologies, projects, or societies interested in ocean and space colonization.
Space Explorers-Anomaly Hunters (4 Sites, 80 Hits) 01/07/2000
NASA repeatedly denies the existence of anomalies they find in the data they have gathered on various objects in space. Their own data indicates their existence even if we aren't sure of what they are. Scientists of varying skills and expertise have looked at their data and reached the conclusion there is something wrong with the explanations provided. Members of the Space Explorers-Anomaly Hunters provide websites on this controversial subject. I suggest reading their information with an open mind, realizing that we have barely begun to understand our solar system and surely have not learned much about those millions of light years beyond us.
Space Exploration (5 Sites, 194 Hits) 11/04/1998
| ||Find in this ring websites about space exploration and space explorers, ranging from factual accounts of NASA history, space flight (past, present and future) and the mysteries of the universes to more speculative (albeit not outright fictional) ruminations on same (and related topics) (for example, ancient man's astronomical theories, space settlement and wormholes. Pictured on this page: the April 12, 1981 launch at Pad 39A of STS-1, just seconds past 7 a.m., carrying astronauts John Young and Robert Crippen into an Earth orbital mission scheduled to last for 54 hours, ending with an unpowered landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California, USA. On the NavBar: the center of the Milky Way in a photographed copyrighted by the European Southern Observatory (ESO).
Area51 (45 Sites, 207 Hits) 12/31/1996
| ||This WebRing is revolving around sites on UFOs, Aliens, Area51, Star Wars, Star Trek & other sci-fi stuff.
Anyone with a site about Area51, Aliens, UFO etc can join the Area51 WebRing.The only thing required is that the site must be of decent quality and must conform to the Area51 theme.
Explore Space (11 Sites, 197 Hits) 07/12/1998
| ||An educational resource to Astronomy and Space. Please help build this ring by contributing pages that are informative as well as entertaining. Will approve anything related to the cosmos, planet, solar system, universe, mercury, sun, venus, earth, moon, mars, jupiter, saturn, uranus, neptune, pluto, comet, star or stars, black hole, supernova and all things in between and related.|
SPACE (12 Sites, 72 Hits) 10/30/2000
| ||"SPACE" is a world wide webring for Astronomy, space, and space mission related websites in any language.|
Moon (3 Sites, 11 Hits) 04/26/2002
You may be surprised at the variety of types of sites you find in this ring, all dealing with some aspect of the Earth's moon (or maybe even some other planet's moon... or maybe even a fictional moon somewhere!) Flavors may range from scientific to sciencefictitious, from poetic to mythic, from serious to silly. Instead of mooning around, take a look! Photo on this page is of Earth's moon (you knew that) and was taken by Polish photographer Selena von Eichendorf on July 31, 2004.
Saturn's Space Webring (3 Sites, 107 Hits) 12/28/1998
| ||This ring has pages that are entertainment sites, and are about SPACE. These sites are filled with pictures, links, and fun! Any age is welcome! :)|
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