NASA To Make Data Available Through Google

From Satellite Today, December 20, 2006:

NASA has signed an agreement to make its archive of images and other information available through Internet giant Google, NASA announced Dec. 18.

Under a Space Act Agreement, NASA's Ames Research Center and Google will make NASA's information, including weather visualization and forecasting, 3-D maps of the moon and Mars, and tracking of the International Space Station and the space shuttle, available on the Internet,

The program is part of a NASA initiative to foster private-public partnerships and future collaborations between NASA and Google could include joint research, products, facilities, education and missions, the agency said.

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