The spaceport is located north of Anachron City. The area outside the perimeter fence is impacted with craters.
Discover some extraterrestrial reportage at the Alien center.
Inside the Museum: space art on show... fictional and factual starships and space stations to be exhibited.
In the Observatory you can view our home planet, the solar system, other worlds, stars, and the history of space exploration... visual and textual.
And for your convenience, a couple of other Space Centers are presented.
Other star systems are invited to participate.
National Air & Space Museum
(still haven't checked this link)
Paintings by Chesley Bonestell
(space and planet images painted before the age of satellites... classic)
Space Colony Art
(Nasa space colony art from the 1970s... classic images well worth a view... recommended... also see Gerard K.O'Neill)
(mission to Jupiter... images due June or July 1996)
Hubble Space Telescope's Greatest Hits 1990-1995
(best images from this project)
(discovery of most distant radio galaxy,...)
JPL Public Image Archive
(links to space images archived by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Mars Atlas home page
(essential topography for anyone visiting there)
(thinking of moving?... here are the connections)
(live cams, mission displays... a view into NASA Mission Control)
The Nine Planets
(an astronomical stroll among the planets)
Planet Earth Home Page
(Solar System Information)
(remote control of telescope... teleoperated astronomy)
Royal Greenwich Observatory
(founded by Charles II in 1675... mostly historical info)
USNO Library Home Page
(U.S.Naval Observatory... USNO Online Catalog: telnet urania.usno.navy.mil -- userid: urania)
Welcome to the Planets
(NASA images... planet pin-ups)
Humans in Space
(factual site dealing with health and body matters in space)
(comet and meteorite impact danger, catastrophe theory... news, research... and a bi-weekly e-zine Thoth...
"Kronia Communications is a small private research publishing company that is collecting and distributing material about catastrophist science." --Walter Alter, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org...
"This is a serious and important site." --Henry W.Targowski.)
"Musings on Lunar Architecture" by Theodore W. Hall
Orbital Space Settlements
("to enable the eventual establishment of permanent, self-sufficient settlements in space.")
The Space Report
("We produce a science news television [program] called The Space Report . This is current, educational, family oriented, international programming. It features current news and an extensive links area." --Brad Howard, Executive Producer.)
Space Studies Institute
(site maintained by Robert Lentz, e-mail: email@example.com... lunar development, teleoperation robot demonstration, space program, mass driver instruction kit, etc... includes links to papers by Gerard K.O'Neill)