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  • Rocket Science 101 [pick] [read review]
    Interactive NASA feature lets you "assemble" a Delta II or an Atlas V rocket. Learn about the basic parts of these launch vehicles, how they are configured, and how they work together with NASA spacecraft.
  • U.S. Space & Rocket Center
    Features displays of artifacts from America's space and missile programs among a collection of hands-on exhibits and space travel simulators.
  • China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT)
    Contributing to China's space industry through launch vehicle design, development, and manufacturing.
  • Russian Space Web: Launch Vehicles
    Lists several generations of the space boosters that were developed in Russia after the 1957 launch of Sputnik.
  • NASA Sounding Rocket Operations Contract (NSROC)
    Learn about the Sounding Rocket (Sub-Orbital, UNmanneD Launch Vehicle) Program, managing one of the primary vehicles for space and earth science research.
  • Expendable Launch Vehicles
    Provides an overview of the world's fleet of expendable launch vehicles (ELV), vehicles designed to launch a payload into space.
  • Access To Space - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
    NASA's Access to Space website is designed to provide information and tools to assist researches get their payload into space.
  • Satellite Encyclopedia: Launch Vehicles
    Directory of space rockets that offers a brief description of the launch vehicles with links to their official sites.
  • NASA Glenn Launch Vehicle History (1963-1998)
    Glenn Research Center, responsible for the management of design, building, and launch of the Atlas/Centaur and Titan/Centaur booster vehicles for 30 years.
  • History of the Delta Launch Vehicle
    Tracks the history of these expendable launch vehicles, from the Thor-Delta (1960) to the present day Delta II and III rockets.
  • ESA Launchers
    Find out about the European Space Agencies' launch vehicles: Ariane 5, Vega, and Soyuz.

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