Mission and Spacecraft Library

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Mission and Spacecraft Library (MSL) is a reference web site, maintained by NASA, containing information about satellites. It contains a catalog of several hundreds of satellites from different countries. The site was originally founded by JPL-employee Mike Evans[disambiguation needed], who had a vision of building a database that would be publicly accessible via the World Wide Web. The site has not been updated since 1999.

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