New Mexico Museum of Space History
The New Mexico Museum of Space History is a Space Museum, Planetarium, IMAX Dome Theater, and International Space Hall of Fame located in Alamogordo, New Mexico.
Mexico State University Museum - The University Museum assists New Mexico
State University in providing quality education, advancing knowledge and
enriching culture through research and providing service to the people of New
Mexico. The Museum has served the university and surrounding communities since
1959. Through its care and maintenance of donated ethnographic, historic and
prehistoric objects it preserves an important part of Southwestern and Border
region culture and history.
Space Murals Museum
- Space Murals, Inc. has become known as "The People's Museum," due to the fact, most of
the inside displays were put on display by, or on loan from, people who have an interest in
the Space Program. Located in Organ, New Mexico on the west side of the mountain from White Sands
Missile Range on US Highway 70.
Nike Missile Museum
- Located in Golden Gate National Park, near San Francisco, the museum is a complete Nike site with
missiles, launchers, underground magazine, radars and original structures. Site SF-88L
is the only Nike site open to the public at no charge allowed under Salt 1 Treaty.
- This website contains a wide range of historical and technical resources for
both the recreational traveler and the professional historian who wish to visit
or learn more about the vast nuclear weapons complex
which are spread all
across the United States.
New Mexico - This website is provided by the Rural Economic Development
Through Tourism (REDTT), a project of New Mexico State University's Cooperative
Extension Service. It is one of the most complete listings of museums you
will find about New Mexico.
Red Canyon Range Camp
- This website contains photos and information about Red Canyon Range Camp,
which was built and operated by Fort Bliss in the northeast part of White Sands
Proving Ground (now Missile Range) for the purpose of training for newly formed
Nike Batteries and annual practice for units that were deployed throughout the
Missile Website -
This website is provided by
Jim Ryan, who was a member of a Redstone Missile Firing Battery, the site is
dedicated to all those individuals who, in whatever capacity, were part of
something quite special and unique for its time, in the United States Army of
the mid to late 1950's and the early 1960's: the Redstone Missile.
Support Website - This web site is dedicated to the men and women, both
military and civilian, who served in the various Nike Ajax and Hercules support
shops throughout the world. These dedicated professionals were on "Hot Status"
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks per year. When a Nike site was
non-operational, they were there around the clock until it was operational