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Jennifer Green, of McDonnell Douglas Aerospace and Dmitry Pieson of the Moscow Aviation Institution jointly maintain this very nice server -- describing the space programs of Russia and the United States and their cooperative work together. Especially interesting is the extensive Russia/FSU Space-related On-line Resources.
The Space Archives is dedicated to the preservation of all documents related to the commercialization of space, and in making them available to the public. This also includes documents donated from countries of the fSU.
Follow Nikki Mitchell and Rhonda Miles of the US while they retrace the 1938 Russian flight of "Rodina" made 60 years ago when three Russian women (Valentina Grizodubova, Paulina Ossipenko and Marina Raskova) made aviation history with their non-stop flight from Moscow to the southeastern tip of Siberia.
Huge site with informaton on US, Russia, and other space programs.
The comprehensive National Aeronautic and Space Administration WWW site including "Today@NASA" with daily updates.
The world's only commercially developed manned space system, created by McDonnell Douglas Aerospace in response to market assessments. SPACEHAB is also now working with scientists in Russia on projects and will play a major role in the MIR/Shuttle missions. If there is interest in Russia to fly experiments on the Shuttle via SPACEHAB they should access SPACEHAB's WWW site.
This is a online television news program seeking endorsement to go on air that exclusively reports on worldwide space research, exploration and development activities. They provide a good assortment of information.
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