The Planetary Society planetary.org/ The Planetary Society is a nongovernmental organization for space advocacy.

On its extensive Web site, access the latest headlines, research findings, and general information on large bodies within our solar system.

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Are we alone, or are there alien worlds waiting to be discovered?

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Evolution org/wgbh/evolution This companion Web site to PBS' 2001 miniseries examines the complex topic of evolution from a variety of angles and considers the effect of the idea of evolution on human society and culture.

Visitors may watch clips from the film and participate in an array of topical online activities.

Copyright and other rights in the design drawings of the Mars Exploration Rover are held by the California Institute of Technology (Caltech)/Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).

Use of the MER design has been provided to Cornell courtesy of NASA, JPL, and Caltech.

The site's articles and activities are especially geared towards teachers, students, and members of the general public looking for an online education in all things origins.

Hubble Site At this Internet hub for the Hubble Space Telescope, check out the latest images from space or browse an extensive archive.

And are planets on which life can flourish rare or common in our universe? And on "Origins", a four-part NOVA mini-series, we'll hunt for the answers. Imagine meteors delivering Earth's oceans from outer space.