This webpage is a brief overview of some of the online resources available to people researching aeronautics and astronautics. Lists of databases, document collections, and our current journal subscriptions can be found elsewhere on this website.
All items are available at the Headquarters Library, except as noted. NASA Headquarters employees and contractors: call (x0168) or email Library@hq.nasa.gov for information on borrowing or in-library use of any of these items. Members of the public, contact your Local Library for the availability of these items. NASA Headquarters employees can request additional materials or research on this topic. The Library welcomes your comments or suggestions about this webpage.
Encyclopedia Astronautica - A resource for information about rockets, spacecraft, launch vehicles, astronauts, cosmonauts, spaceflight, engines, space history, and exploration.
Public Libraries - a directory of libraries across the USA with links to their online catalogs.
Department of Commerce, Office of Space Commercialization - Offers speeches, presentations, workshops, and reports on various space business and policy issues.
Drawings & Technical Diagrams - Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab and the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project.
Heavens-Above - Predicts when and where you can see spacecraft.
International Trade Commission, Office of Aerospace - Offers full-text of trade agreements and industry statistics.
Jonathan's Space Report - Jonathan McDowell tracks news of launches worldwide and publishes a biweekly report.
NASA History Office, Headquarters - Histories of everything from the Apollo program to NACA to the X-33. Includes many electronic books.
NASA History Offices, other Centers - Many have online documents, images, or databases.
NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) - Search for and download NASA p!ublications for free.
Last Updated: Jan. 2013