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Spacesim is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to teaching people about space, as well as fostering a love and respect of the "final frontier." Explore our site to learn more about Spacesim, and we hope you enjoy your visit.


About Us: Credits and Awards

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The construction of the Spacesim website was a collaborative effort to which many people made significant contributions. The concept for the website and the design and layout, however, were produced by the sole efforts of Ram Ananth. His creative genius and artistic imagination are clearly evident in this site; his corporate website is at The other members of the Spacesim web development team are:


Jared Kelly (2012-2014)

Server Administrators

Daniel Kekez

Graphic Artists

Dan Sirbu

Content Developers/Editors

Ram Ananth, Dan Sirbu, Shain Davidson, Jesse Owen, Grant Harding, Ian Cantello, Alex Ghosh, Hannah Davis

Awards: has earned accolades from a variety of eduactional institutions and non-profit organisations, some of which are listed below:

  1. Web World for Educators: This online organisation is dedicated to promoting the best educational resources on the Internet. Web World was constructed to serve as a web portal for K-12 educators and other support personnel.
  2. Sci-Quest: Sci-Quest, the North Alabama Science Center Inc., is a non-profit, hands-on science center for children of all ages. The project was founded by volunteers in the high technology area of Huntsville who were concerned about students, science, and careers.
    Coolhomepages: This website is a top-ranked resource for amateur and professional web-developers alike. Coolhomepages contains links to sites that are revolutionary in design and content, as well as inspirational.
  3. Space Simulation Educators' Association: The SSEA is an organisation that is dedicated to teaching elementary and high-school students about space. was given a "5 out of 5" rating by SSEA for continued excellence in educating youth about space.

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