How to give us a piece of your mind...The Mission and Spacecraft Library is a free public resource, which means that we (the curators) rely on you (the public) to help make the resource more valuable for everyone. So if you see a mistake, or material that is out of date, or just plain missing, don't be shy about telling us! We'll do our best to accomodate your request.
But since we have limited resources available for researching and adding information, you will greatly increase the chance of your favorite spacecraft being listed in MSL if you send us a brief summary of everything you know about the program. We have provided several convenient methods for doing this...
Content Submission FormsThere are two different versions of this form - one for QuickLook pages, and one for Program Pages. Simply fill in the blanks and submit the form. Upon receipt, we'll review what you've sent us, and assuming the information is correct and won't get us into trouble, we'll place it in the database. There are a few things to bear in mind whenever you send us something:
General Comments Feedback FormOur Feedback form provides a much quicker way to send us a couple bits of info without going through the entire QuickLook or Program forms. Or you can just use it for general comments. If you see something don't like, please let us know. If you see something you do like, let us know that too (we like pats on the back just like everybody else!). We're especially interested in any comments about what you would like to see added to MSL, and what you think MSL should evolve into. And, we'd like to know what you're using the data in MSL for.
Information in The Mission and Spacecraft Library is provided without warranty or guarantee. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.