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The Space Exploration Web Ring


This is a ring of web site devoted to the history of man's exploration of space. Sites in the ring can contain information on anything from the astornauts themselves, to the Saturn 5 rocket, to the guy who made the insturments in the space shuttle. Anything that is tied to any of the space projects, like Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, and the space shuttle.(no science fiction site, please)

Web rings are simply a collection of sites on the same subject matter, with links to easily navigate among them. To see a list of other web rings, or to create your own, visit www.webring.org.

But I know you'd really like to join mine, right? Here's how. Just fill out the form here, and I'll review your ste, and probably let you in. In the mean time, here are some great space exploration web pages to occupy your time (after you fill out my form, though, right?).

http://www.nasa.gov
http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/
http://images.jsc.nasa.gov/
http://www.ksc.nasa.gov
Of course, please take time to visit my web page, The Space Race Museum


Submit site to Space Exploration Web Ring
Site Title:
Site URL:
Name:
E-mail:

Password:
Please choose a password. (Don't forget it!!)
Keywords: Enter up to 20 keywords to describe your site.
Description: Enter a short description of your site.


Please see below once you have submited your site for further instructions on how to join the ring.


Once you have submited your site, you must copy the HTML code below and paste it on your site in order to become a pull member of the ring. **Be sure you replace all the --id-- codes with your personal site id number** I will keep you updated on any changes to the ring as it grows. Thanks for joining my ring!


Here are the two images you'll need to use for your table that you'll put on your page. Save them to your desktop, that's all you have to do (unless you got geocities, like me!) The code for them is already in the HTML code I will send you when you join. Thanks!




The Space Race Museum

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