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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.


Education: Resouces

About EEP
Galactic Tours
Cosmic Sciences
The Challenges
- Kepler Challenge
- Brahe Challenge
- Galileo Challenge
- Sample Questions
- Solutions and Results
- Registration
- Contest Preparation
The Planetarium
The Summer Planetarium Program


This page contains links to third-party sites and resources of interest to space enthusiasts. Links are updated weekly and new ones are added too:

Canadian Space Agency (CSA)

Image Gallery
Radarsat 1 & 2
Canadian Astronaut Office
Space Science

Russian Space Agency (RKA):

Russian Space Agency (RKA)
Mir Space Station
Space Shuttle Buran

National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA):


European Space Agency (ESA):

European Space Agency
Space Science
Astronaut Centre

National Aeronautical & Space Authority (NASA):

Public Relations
Johnson Space Centre
Kennedy Space Centre
Goddard Space Flight Centre
Earth Science Enterprise
Aerospace Technology Enterprise
Regional Planetary Image Facility
National Space Science Data Centre Image Library
Office of Space Science
Office of Space Flight
Office of Biological and Physical Research


Missions featuring Canadian Astronauts:

41-G: Oct 5-13, 1984; Challenger; Marc Garneau
STS-42: Jan 22-30, 1992; Discovery; Roberta Bondar
STS-52: Oct 22-Nov 1, 1992; Columbia; Steve MacLean
STS-74: Nov 12-20, 1995; Atlantis; Chris Hadfield
STS-77: May 19-29, 1996; Endeavour; Marc Garneau
STS-78: Jun 20-Jul 7, 1996; Columbia; Bob Thirsk
STS-85: Aug 7-19, 1997; Discovery; Bjarni Tryggvason
STS-90: Apr 17-May 3, 1998; Columbia; Dave Williams
STS-96: May 27-Jun 6, 1999; Discovery; Julie Payette
STS-97: Nov 30-Dec 11, 2000; Endeavour; Marc Garneau

Space Stations:

International Space Station
International Space Station through Canadian Eyes
Mir Space Station

Space Shuttles:

Enterprise - test space shuttle, 1976
Columbia- first space shuttle, 1981

Challenger- second space shuttle, 1982-1986
Discovery - third space shuttle, 1983
Atlantis - fourth space shuttle, 1985
Endeavour - fifth space shuttle, 1991

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