Human beings are technological creatures. Ever since we fashioned our first tools - we've been driven to improve them. Ever curious, we've used our technologies try to better our condition, leave the comfort of our cradle and explore our expanding horizons. From the first wheel and sail - to the Saturn V rocket and SpaceShipTwo, our species continues to be on the move - creating our own legends. The following listed websites are just a small sampling of inspirational links to organizations that preserve and maintain those legends, as well as those who seek to create and foster new ones. To every explorer and adventurer: Fortune favors the bold. Godspeed!
The Planetary Society
Earth's premier international space exploration group offers more than "arm chair" adventure.
Space travel is here. Book a flight on the world's first commercial spaceline.
NASA - Missions
Information on past, present and future space missions.
Free online educational courses from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Endless exploration of knowledge.
NASA's Citizen Scientists Program
Sign-up to be a citizen scientist and contribute to human exploration of the universe! No prior specialized knowledge necessary.
The Genographic Project by National Geographic
Become part of human history by entering this global DNA project. Explore who you are and where you have come from - the results may be surprising. The Genographic Project is anonymous, nonmedical, and nonprofit, and all results are placed in the public domain following scientific peer publication.
The Schooner Sara B.
Be a part of maritime history and follow the adventures of the schooner Sara B.
The museum of American maritime heritage.
Messing About in Boats
A magazine for those who love small boats, their preservation, restoration, invention and use.
The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
Experience Chesapeake Bay's maritime history.
Buffalo Maritime Center
An organization dedicated to the preservation and advancement of historic and contemporary watercraft native to Western New York State.
The Richardson Maritime Museum
Discover how traditional boat building and restoration techniques are being preserved on Chesapeake Bay.
World Weather Information Service
Explorers require real-time weather condition data. Track weather systems across the world.
NOAA National Weather Service
Follow weather systems across all 50 U.S. states.
Keep up with the latest developments in science and technology.
Closer To Truth
Exploration of the Cosmos, Consciousness, and God. Series by Robert Lawrence Kuhn.