A list of links every SciFi and Science fans should have
(ongoing list. Check back for more.)
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech is Disneyland of Rocket Science and Space Exploration. This is where the mars rovers were built. It also hosts the JPL Photojournal, which is a vast repository of publicly-available images and data from space missions not only from NASA, but the European Space Agency as well. The public is free to use this data, but make sure that you read the usage guidelines if you decide to use the material for your projects. The cover of The Advocates: Balance of Life was made with images from the JPL.
Scientific American is a fantastic magazine with science articles often written by leading scientists in various fields. The writing is always concise and accessible.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration. You know this already, but how often do we take the time to spell it out? The NASA blue meatball is not only a national symbol, but a promise to humanity that we will reach the stars. You will find more information here than I can describe.
European Space Agency not to be outdone, the European Union has also made a promise on behalf of humanity to reach out into space. The website offers access to the ESA missions and data. More great information to explore.