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The Planetary Society is the world’s largest public space science and exploration group, with 125,000 members world-wide! Funding space research, SETI, education and many other projects, our work enables ordinary people – including our members in the UK - to contribute to planetary exploration.

The Royal InstitutionThe Royal Institution http://www.ri.ac.uk
SETI http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu
Space SettlersSpace Settlers http://websites.ntl.com/~andy.nimmo
Ansible -- Britain's sf newsletter since 1979. News, scurrilous gossip, cheap jokes. The only non-North American publication that's ever won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine (three times). http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/SF-Archives/Ansible/
Andromeda Books http://andromedabook.co.uk/
Dedicated to spotting all those little nits in SF productions round the world. http://www.nitcentral.com/
C-This C-This Space: The website of our resident artist. http://www.cthisspace.com
In view of the sudden death of our much esteemed webmaster, Chris Boyce, Hogmanaycon wish to announce that our secretary, Ross McKillop (draal), is in the process of setting up a new site. While still not complete, this is now available for your inspection . http://www.hogmanaycon.org.uk
Locus Online is the online counterpart of Locus magazine, "the newspaper of the science fiction field" for over 30 years and winner of many Hugo Awards. http://www.locusmag.com
Quantum Muse Sci-fi, fantasy and alternative writing and artwork. http://www.quantummuse.com/
A review of astronomy misconceptions in the media, movies and 'common knowledge' from Phil Plait. http://www.badastronomy.com
British National Space Centre http://www.highview.co.uk/002695.htm
The ultimate guide to science-fiction/fantasy/space and surreal art on the Net! http://home.interstat.net/~slawcio/artsf.html


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