A daily digest of space exploration news, with links to articles from
various media on the net. Sometimes the reporters get the story first, but
often you can read the original press releases on the
This joint project of Nature and the Institute of Physics requires a
subscription to see the full text of most articles, but it has one free one
per week and access to brief entries and "Breaking News".
Links to as many observatory schedules as I could find. Many of them are from
AstroWeb observatory schedule page, but I tracked down a few myself and
included SAO's schedules which are restricted to Center for Astrophysics staff only.
The NASA Exoplanet Science Institute (NExScI) runs this
NASA-funded service that provides exoplanet and stellar host
properties and Kepler candidate properties presented in interactive
tables, including centroiding information from the Kepler pipeline.
is taking data with the Green Bank Telescope (the world's largest
steerable radio telescope), the Parkes radio telescope in Australia, and
the Automated Planet Finder (a robotic optical telescope equipped with
cutting edge spectrograph technology).
SERENDIP (Search for Extraterrestrial
Radio Emissions from Nearby Developed Intelligent Populations) is an
ongoing scientific research effort aimed at detecting radio signals from
extraterrestrial civilizations. This site describes the SERENDIP project
and discusses the status of the search.
is a grand experiment to harness the spare power of hundreds
of thousands of Internet-connected computers in the Search for
Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) by spreading around the analysis
of data from Arecibo.