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  • Space Shuttle (514)
    Wondering about the latest, the next, the first or the greatest space shuttle mission? Start here at the NASA Space Shuttle Main Page.
  • Spitzer Space Telescope (758)
    This is a complimentary site for Hubble Space Telescope. It's the Spitzer Space Telescope Home Page for this telescope that "sees" everything in IR, or Infra-Red wavelengths of light. IR allows us to peer deep within the dusty clouds of star-forming regions to see, or rather feel, the warmth in the natal stellar nurseries where new stars are being born. Its a MUST-SEE site for everyone who has never visited it before, and a scientific mother lode of images and information about the IR universe.
  • Teach Space Science (524)
    Find NASA resources for your classroom. This website provides a directory of online educational resources for teachers and students from kindergarten through high school. Includes lesson plans, educator guides, student activities, more websites, and spectacular space science imagery.
  • The Search for Origins (707)
    Galaxies, stars, planets....and life. Hubble is one of NASA's Origins missions, which explore the beginnings of our universe and everything in it. Join NASA in the astronomical search for origins and planetary systems.

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