The Obligatory Links Page

It seems that just about every website has to have a page of favourite links, so here are some of ours.

Please remember: We are not responsible for the content of these external sites.

Free Software

Mozilla Firefox
A new open source browser packed with features. (Available for Linux, Windows and other operating systems.)

A free program to generate beautiful images on your computer. (Available for Linux, Windows and other operating systems.)
A complete office suite (word processing, spreadsheet etc.) to download for free. (Available for Linux, Windows and other operating systems.)

An excellent open source text editor. (Available for Linux & Windows.)

The freeware fractal generator.

Orbiter is a free flight simulator that goes beyond the confines of Earth's atmosphere. (Windows Only.)

A vast collection of open source software.


Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
View on-line this unique collection of aircraft and space artefacts.

The San Diego Aerospace Museum
A fine museum about all types of flying machines. We should know, we've been there!

Space Telescope Science Institute
All about the Hubble Space Telescope.

Encyclopedia Astronautica
Just about everything you could wish to know about spaceflight.

Astronomy for Beginners
Plenty of info describing this most popular hobby.


The National Gallery
Home of some of the finest art in Britain. Including "The Haywain"!

The Tate Gallery
British art at its best.


The place for Geek news.

Science Museum, London
Definitely worth a visit to see the real thing!

The Easter Egg Archive
Nothing like what it sounds like! "Easter Egg" is the name given to extra features hidden inside some very well known programs.