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  I have a question that isn't covered in the FAQ
  
    1. Look in the CEOS IDN. This is the authoritative worldwide
       information system that answers every possible question about
       Satellite Earth Observation. The IDN has three coordinating nodes,
       each carrying the complete directory:
       
        America
                The Global Change Master Directory is accessible by WWW
                at http://gcmd.gsfc.nasa.gov/ or by telnet to
                gcmd.gsfc.nasa.gov (login as "gcdir").
                
        Europe
                The IDN is available via Hyper-G or WWW via Esrin's GDS
                at http://gds.esrin.esa.it/CCEOS-IDN or by telnet to
                epocat.esrin.esa.it (login as "esapid").
                
        Asia
                The IDN is available from NASDA at
                http://www.eoc.nasda.go.jp/guide/eus/index.html, or by
                telnet to nsaeoc.eoc.nasda.go.jp
                
    2. Look in Esrin's GDS (URL below). Supports browsing, or keyword
       search types of access.
    3. Look in USGS's www-glis (URL below). A major source of detailed
       information.
       

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