Useful Star Trek and 21st Century Links
Information about activities, events and chapters within the region covering Arizona, California, Hawaii and Nevada.
STARFLEET is the oldest continuously operating Star Trek Fan Organization in the world. Founded back in 1974, when there were only 79 original live-action Star Trek episodes and no movies yet, STARFLEET has grown over the years to thousands of members. We're all about having fun, making friends, and keeping the ideals of Star Trek alive and healthy into the future.
Official website containing Star Trek news, full episodes in video, a huge database, message boards, and a store.
TrekNews.net is your daily dose of Star Trek news, reviews, interviews, and culture. We provide the latest updates on Star Trek: Picard, Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Short Treks, Star Trek: Lower Decks, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, Star Trek: Section 31, upcoming feature film projects, along with coverage of past television series and films, conventions, home video releases, video games, books, comics, collecting and more.
21st Century Links
Jet Propulsion Laboratories
California's Institute of Technology brings you news, games, educational fact sheets, and articles as well as Asteroid Watch, Planet Quest, Oceanography from Space and solar system exploration news.
The National Aeronautic and Space Administration website contains information on latest news, missions, and everything you need to know about space travel.
The Planetary Society
The world's largest space-interest group, dedicated to inspiring the public with the adventure and mystery of space exploration. Through its projects and publications, the Society plays a leading role in creating innovative coalitions to engage the public and fuel support for exploring other worlds.
"Roddenberry is a science fiction leader, passionate about providing thought-provoking, quality science fiction to audiences around the world. We create substantive entertainment, carrying on the legacy that was handed down by our founder Gene Roddenberry."
Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope. It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go. Includes millions of stars, constellations, planets, shooting stars, twinkling stars, eclipse simulations, and more.