Sign on, Space Out ---> If you haven't already heard, SEDS had a full-page article in the September issue of Wired magazine. The article describes the "stunning Web home page put up by the Students for the Exploration and Development of Space chapter at the University of Arizona, Tucson." The article goes on to talk about the features of our web page, including the tour of the solar system, the Shoemaker-Levy 9 link, real-time Earth and solar weather and astronomy stats, and more. Here's a compilation of some of the nice things they said about us:

"The Tucson branch's Web page is a beautiful, well-organized, and professional compendium on every aspect of space exploration and study."

"This is a complete teaching tool that surpasses many CD-ROMS I've encountered."

"The page is a jackpot Lotto prize for anyone interested in space. And hey, let's face it, we're festering here on our little planet and have a lot to learn before we stop peeing in our pool. Consciousness needs to be raised, different environments experienced, new resources found, and space is the place. Beam me up, I'm outta here." (You can also check out the article at our site, http://www.seds.org). The article also features a group photo of some SEDS members: Tim Vancouver, John Brownlee, Chris Lewicki, Phil Cojanis, Mark Elowitz, Kirsten Tynan, Andrea Vicars, Chris Greene, Dan Washburn, John Ivens, Warren Brown, Guy McArthur, and Tom Natkanski, and in the center of course, the Sparc 10.