And Public Outreach - Learn about the
Fast Auroral Snapshot Explorer.
Home Page - The home page for the Fast
Auroral Snapshot Explorer--built to study the interaction
of the solar wind with the Earth's magnetosphere. From
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Page - Information about the instrumentation
and purpose of FAST satellite from
the University of California, Berkeley
FAST - From the Institute of Geophysics
and Planetary Physics, UCLA.
- Home page for the GEOTAIL satellite--studying
the structure and dynamics of the tail region of the magnetosphere.
The HESSI UCB
Home Page - Learn about the High Energy
Solar Spectroscopic Imager set for launch later this year.
EPO Home Page - The HESSI education
and public outreach Web site.
The HESSI ETH
Home Page - The European site dedicated
to the High Energy Solar Spectroscopic Imager.
Imager for Magnetopause-to-Aurora
Global Exploration (IMAGE) - Launching
in February 2000, the IMAGE satellite will study the global
response of the Earth's magnetosphere to changes in the solar
SwRI Image Mission Web Site - Information
on the IMAGE spacecraft from the Southwest Research Institute.
Space Craft - Information about the IMAGE satellite.
Information about the Polar spacecraft and instruments. The
site includes links to real time data.
at NSSDC - Information about the Polar
spacecraft and instruments. From the National Space Science
POES Auroral Activity - Images of auroral
activity extrapolated from NOAA POES.
Satellite Products - Information from
the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
RElations Observatory -
Information about the new
SOHO: The Solar
and Heliospheric Observatory -
Learn about the mission
and see images and movies taken from the SOHO satellite.
TRACE Home Page-
The Transition Region and
Coronal Explorer (TRACE) satellite homepage. The site includes
mission info, images, movies, and more. TRACE explores the
Sun's photosphere and corona.
Outreach Project - Movies and images
as seen by the X-ray telescope onboard the Yohkoh satellite.
- Studying the near-Earth solar wind, the WIND home page provides
a project overview, instrument descriptions, and more.