|Planetary exploration and P Guide - Resources and Review
|Information about the Cassini mission to Saturn launched in October 1997 and due to report back in 2004. The mission is named after the seventeenth century, French|
Italian astronomer Jean Dominique Cassini, who discovered the prominent gap in Saturn's main rings and the moons Iapetus, Rhea, Dione and Tethys.
|Online magazine offering original articles on space exploration and discovery.|| |
|Describes the Magellan spacecraft mission which orbited Venus in three mapping cycles between 1990 and 1992. Includes details of the Altimetry And Experiment Data Record (ALTEDR), the Surface Characteristics Vector Data Record (SCVDR), and Spherical Harmonics (SHADR) and Gridded Digital Maps (RSDMAP), along with software for data analysis, reports, and Planetary Data System Catalogue information.|| |
|A collection of many of the best images from NASA's planetary exploration program.|| |
|An organisation of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Provides research information and results, details of collaboration with institutes worldwide, and project outlines.|| |
|Offers images of Venus taken by the Magellan spacecraft which plunged into the planet's dense atmosphere on October 11, 1994. During its four years in orbit around Venus, Magellan radar|
mapped 98 percent of the surface and collected high-resolution gravity data of Venus.
|Society founded in 1980 by Carl Sagan, Bruce Murray and Louis Friedman to encourage the exploration of the solar system and the search for extraterrestrial life. Has over 100,000 members from over 100 countries.|| |
|Integrated NASA information about Mars missions to 2001 and beyond, including Mars Pathfinder, Mars Global Surveyor, Mars Surveyor 1998 and Mars Surveyor 2001. Includes information on launch and flight trajectory, mission overview and design, spacecraft characteristics and a selection of mission related images.|| |