The Mars Society was established to further the exploration and settlement of the planet Mars. The Mars Society works to accomplish this through public outreach and in so doing inspire the future pioneers of the Red Planet and by developing world-wide support for government-funded Mars research and exploration. The Mars Society also plans to promote exploration and settlement of Mars through working with private enterprise. Click here to visit: The Mars Society
Wired4Space is a website dedicated to providing the public with news and information from the Spaceports of the world. We have editors based in the U.S. and Europe, with the website’s resident Florida Editor, Jeff Seibert, based in Titusville, on Florida’s Space Coast just a few miles from Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Our prime objective is to educate by informing the world about the news and events happening in space, with a particular emphasis on launches and mission updates. To visit: Wired4Space
Imaging the Cosmos is a website owned by Chris Hetlage, an amateur astronomer with a passion for exploring the black sky. He is a formal board member of the Atlanta Astronomy Club and works for a software development firm. Chris owns and operates a remote observatory located at Deerlick Astronomy Village. The observatory he uses is fully robotic, allowing him to produce the stunning images found on Imaging the Cosmos. He assisted by two partners on a number of his projects.
Blue Sawtooth Studio is the Florida workspace of Cape Launch Artist, Photojournalist, and Writer Lloyd Behrendt. Located in the pine woods of the Space Coast, and in professional association with seasoned space experts Julian Leek and Keith Rudroff, Blue Sawtooth visually captures and shares a record of this unique place, in the current news stream, and for posterity. To find out more: www.bluesawtooth.com Be sure to follow Blue Sawtooth on Facebook - www.facebook.com/SpaceBrat1
Max-Q Entertainment specializes in photographing a wide range of subjects ranging from scenic wildlife to the wonders of historic and modern aviation to spacecraft and rocket launches. Services include portrait shoots, architectural and natural documentation and other specialty sessions.
The company was assembled in 2007, and began engaging in photography as a team starting in 2008, their freelance services are available in Texas, Florida, Virginia, and beyond. For hi-res shuttle mission activity images, please visit the L2 section of http://www.nasaspaceflight.com as well as on our homepage: Max-Q Entertainment Contact: Brian Papke: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Larry Sullivan: email@example.com
The Worlds of David Darling is a large on-line collection of information on all aspects of science, technology, mathematics, philosophy, history, and science fiction. It has been developed, and is updated daily, by author and astronomer David Darling.It contains two major encyclopedias – the award-winning Encyclopedia of Science and the Encyclopedia of Alternative Energy and Sustainable Living. Material for these encyclopedia derives from the author’s numerous books, submitted contributions from third parties, and public domain sources.
Other components of the site include a home page with regularly updated news, a number of separate news sections on topics such as health, the living world, paleontology, archeology, robotics, and technology, an extensive collection of news archives, an encyclopedia of history, and a children’s encyclopedia of science. The site first went online in 1999 and has now grown to more than 16,000 pages. Click here to visit: The Worlds of David Darling
The Meridiani Journal is a chronicle of planetary exploration, both in our own solar system and beyond; the name is derived from the desert plains of Meridiani Planum on Mars, where the Opportunity rover landed in 2004, finding the first on-site evidence for past liquid water. Many other discoveries, such as the geysers of Enceladus, the subsurface ocean of Europa, the methane rivers, lakes and seas of Titan and the growing number of exoplanets found orbiting other stars make this an exciting time of exploration and discovery.
TMJ is published by Paul Scott Anderson, a freelance space writer with a life-long passion for space exploration and astronomy. He currently writes for AmericaSpace, and Examiner.com. His own blog The Meridiani Journal is a chronicle of planetary exploration. Click here to visit: The Meridiani Journal