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  • Welcome - This is a good place to begin your journey. Start by reading a letter from NASA Administrator, Dan Goldin, or NASA's Strategic Plan. Check out the User Tips page to find the helper applications you will need to get the most out of what we have to offer. If you're looking for something specific, there's a search engine for the top-level NASA pages.

  • Today@NASA - If you've read about NASA recently or seen something on TV, this is place to go for links to more details about breaking news. You can find the most recent Hubble Space Telescope Images, links to the Shuttle Web and the latest news releases. [This site is extremely busy, please be patient.]

  • NASA Organization - A list of the offices at NASA Headquarters with links to their Web sites. Below this list, you'll find an extensive subject index of NASA Web sites.

  • Questions and Answers - Have you ever wondered where you can order NASA photographs? Or how to become an astronaut? Or how to see a launch? This is the place to go to find the most commonly sought information about the U.S. space program.

  • NASA Centers - Most of NASA's work is done at the agency's field centers. Here you'll find links to their Home Pages.

  • Go To - Links back to the NASA Organization, the NASA Centers, other nations' space agencies and other U.S. federal agencies.

  • Gallery - Video, audio clips and still images are here for the downloading.

  • Aeronautics - An overview of NASA's aeronautics research and links to related Webs.

  • Space Science - What lies beyond our home world? Here's information on NASA's planetary exploration, astronomy and research into the origins of life.

  • Mission to Planet Earth - Dedicated to understanding the many ways the Earth is constantly changing and how human beings influence those changes.

  • Technology Development - NASA is dedicated to improving U.S. technological capability through innovative developments. Here's where you'll find information on that effort, including reducing the cost of access to space and technology transfer.

  • Human Space Flight - This Web provides links to the Office of Space Flight, including the Space Shuttle and Space Station Home Pages, and the Office of Life and Microgravity Sciences, which conducts research aboard the Shuttle and is planning experiments for the Space Station.

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    Last update: Aug 15, 1996