Endless Sky edit / delete

"A space exploration and combat game similar to Escape Velocity". Or, to put it another way, a 2D version of Elite...

to games software space ... on 28 February 2016

klabs.org: "We've taken a hit, but we're back." edit / delete

Particularly interesting section on the engineering of the Apollo flight software.

to agc apollo etext history retrocomputing space ... on 27 May 2012

Don P. Mitchell: Soviet Space, Venus, Tesla, Computers, Graphics, Science edit / delete

Reconstructing imagery from Russian space missions. Very impressive.

to mars photography retrocomputing russia space venus ... on 09 April 2012

What is Pioneer? | Pioneer edit / delete

Another open source Elite-alike.

to elite games simulation software space ... on 04 March 2012

Paul Crawford's Home Page edit / delete

Orbital models (the "Dundee code", which gpredict et al are based on) and all the information about spanners you could ever possibly need. I love the Internet.

to space spanner time tools ... on 27 February 2011

Geminids 2010 edit / delete

Spotting meteors by listening for reflections from a French radar system in the UK.

to meteor radio space ... on 30 January 2011

ITK - Segmentation & Registration Toolkit edit / delete

Open source toolkit for partitioning 3D space (e.g. CT scanner output).

to 3d ct graphics modelling segmentation simulation software space ... on 10 August 2010

Yarchive edit / delete

A collection of interesting Usenet articles.

to amusements electronics science space usenet ... on 29 May 2010

Clavius Moon Base - debunking the moon hoax edit / delete

"Moon Base Clavius is an organization of amateurs and professionals devoted to the Apollo program and its manned exploration of the moon. Our special mission is to debunk the so-called conspiracy theories that state such a landing may never have occurred."

to amusements history space ... on 09 May 2010

Sven's Space Place edit / delete

Tracking satellites from Sweden, with lots of background information about tracking back to the 1960s.

to radio retrotech satellite space ... on 18 October 2009

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