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United Space Alliance

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This is a great site to explore if you enjoy the mysteries of space and space equipment. Take a virtual tour through some of the space shuttles and training equipment in the Johnson Space Center and the Kennedy Space Center. Read about the USA and get news and resources through this site. Job opportunities are also offered through this site by USA. Read about USA's top quality products, ethics, and safety regulations. Shuttle information and live data from NASA TV is provided by USA. Also, read... More
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Material Type: Simulation
Date Added to MERLOT: April 16, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 07, 2010


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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Language: English
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Avatar for Dr. Troy Tenhet
11 years ago

Dr. Troy Tenhet (Teacher (K-12))

Wow! What an interesting site. I'm going to be here all day. Thanks for the heads up!
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Avatar for Alexander Adekoya
14 years ago

Alexander Adekoya (Student)

USA United Space Alliance is truly a unique web site. During the twenty minutes
I spent looking through the materials, I suddenly became interested in certain
spaceship activities. was a very informative site.
With my limited knowledge to space issues, I can only assume that this site is
accurately depicting space shuttle information. If I had to do research based
on models, and information about spaceships, I would readily make use of the
information this web site has to offer. When used appropriately this site will
direct users to information of the different space shuttles, and space centers.
The best part of the site undoubtedly was the virtual tours that it offered.
You could control the camera with the mouse and zoom in and out, but use caution
it made me dizzy. First time users will be able to navigate this site fairly
easily, as I found nothing too difficult to find.