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Stellar Cartography

ST:TNG Lessons (Stellar Sciences)

STVII:Generations (Stellar Cartography)

Space is Big really BIG! You can't imagine how mind boggling big Space is. You may have thought it was long way down to the chemist, but that's nothing compared to Space.

Star Trek

Chart Room (non-canon)

Star Trek Locations (re: D. Joseph Creighton's Star Trek Archive Page)
Relativity and Travel Theory (by Jason W. Hinson)

Paramount's Official Star Trek page - Locations
Daystrom Institute linkup to Planet Database and Stellar Cartography
Starfleet Intl's Science Pages on Astronomy
Star Trek Astronomy - Stars mentioned and where they are in sky, from Tucson AZ Middle School teacher Lauren Ard


National Geographic's Virtual Solar System
3-D Star Maps
VRML of 50 closest stars (Note: no labels)
NASA or more specifically NASA Space Science missions
Solar System Simulator
Hubble telescope pictures
Help classify galaxies
Yardstick for evaluating size of the Universe

Youtube video of the known Universe to scale.

Leave the Solar System at the Speed of Light in real time

The Nine Planets multimedia tour of the solar system

An Internet Astronomy course
SETI and  (USS Matrix SETI@Home Team page), a project to use thousands of (momentarily dorment) private Internet connected PC's together as one huge supercomputer to do chunks of the calculations needed to detect intelligent communication in recorded signals from the worlds largest radio telescope.
The National Space Society, a pro Space exploration group
The Planetary Society was founded in 1980 by Drs. Carl Sagan, Bruce Murray and Louis Friedman to encourage the exploration of our solar system and the search for extraterrestrial life. The Society is a non-profit, non-governmental organization, funded by dues and donations from individuals around the world.
My personal set of links to Astronomy Web pages

Sky & Telescope Magazine
Astronomy Magazine
Discovery Magazine's Space guide
Britain's Astronomy Now (online)

So is this a Star Trek page or an Astronomy page or what? Well...

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