For those of you that don't know, NASASpaceFlight.com (www.nasaspaceflight.com) is the world's most read space flight specific news media site, with 300,000 readers per month, and a forum that is the manned equivalent to UMSF for Unmanned Space Flight. It's managed by a fellow Brit, Chris Bergin - and we met a few months ago when I was giving a talk up in his home town of York.
Due to the recent initiative here at UMSF to generate some revenue for dedicated hosting, Chris has offered to help by donating a healthy percentage of revenue from UMSF referrals to the site's excellent and completely unique L2 subscription area.
Chris has an overview of L2 here : http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/forums/th...944&start=1
I myself am a paid up member of L2 and I never fail to be amazed by the quality and quantity of genuinely fascinating information that comes straight from the manned spaceflight coalface. I can personally recommend it as a great way to get thousands of presentations about Shuttle, Ares/Orion, ISS, ELVs and even rare Historical Apollo era content - in fact, watch the L2 ticker in the middle of the front page to get an idea of what's inside. During shuttle missions, you will find bang up to date checklists, same day MMT meeting presentations - everything a spaceflight enthusiast needs to follow along in as much detail as you could possibly want, live.
All the information on signing up at NSF and joining L2 is to be found here http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/l2/
- and Chris and I have agreed that UMSF will receive a nice referral fee if you mention UMSF during the Paypal process (in the Payment notes, along with your NSF Forum username) to pay for L2. Once you've done it - drop me an email ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) so we can keep count! You get all the spaceflight information you could ever wish for, Chris gets a subscription, we get a new server - everyone wins!