NASA Website Privacy Statement
This policy establishes how NASA will use information we gather about you from
your visit to our website. The privacy of our customers is of utmost importance
If you visit a NASA site...
To read or download information:
We may collect and store information for statistical purposes. For example, we
may count the number of visitors to the different sections of our site to help
us make them more useful to visitors. Similar information is gathered for
anonymous ftp, remote account login, or for other comparable types of
To send us an E-mail:
By sending us an electronic mail message, you may be sending us personal
information (e.g., name, address, E-mail address), as in an official Freedom of
Information Act request. We may store the name and address of the requester in
order to respond to the request or to otherwise resolve the subject matter of
Some of our sites ask visitors who request specific information to fill out a
registration form. For example, vendors looking for marketing opportunities by
visiting our Electronic Grants or NASA Acquisition Internet Service sites may
be asked to "register" to obtain copies of Requests for Proposals or other NASA
opportunities. Other information which may be collected at these sites through
questionnaires, feedback forms, or other means, enable us to determine a
visitor's interests, with the goal of providing better service to our
We want to be very clear: regardless of the information being transmitted
to NASA, we will protect all such information consistent with applicable law.
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SkyView has been developed with generous support from the NASA AISR
and ADP programs (P.I. Thomas A. McGlynn)
under the auspices of the High Energy
Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center (HEASARC) at the NASA/
Astrophysics Science Division.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of NASA and contributors
of SkyView surveys.