This web page provides links for surfing the web for specific information as part of the Internet Warmup Experiment.
The most common uses of the Internet are for remote interfacing to other computers (such as by using Telnet), electronic mail (e-mail), display of information using the World Wide Web (WWW), and exchange of data files (such as by using FTP). The software applications that interface to Web pages are called Web Browsers, such as MOSAIC and Netscape. The Internet, especially the Web, is considered part of the Information Super Highway.
The "Search" button in your browser and the Yahoo Web Site are a couple of ways to search the web for any type of information.
How many rings are around Saturn ? _____________
(count the number of black spots on the SOHO MDI intensity image)
What is the current dewpoint temperature ? _____________
Note that the dewpoint temperature should match the temperature if it is raining; otherwise, the dewpoint temperature should be lower.
For those fast browsers, here are a few other links for browsing. Click on them to go there. Use your BACK button to return here.
NASA Astronaut Questions and Answers Web Site - learn about being an astronaut
LASP SNOE Satellite Web Site - get the latest news from the SNOE satellite (launched 2/26/98)
Yahoo USA Road Map Web Site - enter your home address and see your house on a map
Webster Dictionary Web Site - enter a word and get its definitions
Go to Rocket EOP home page
Go to LASP home page