The Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR)
is committed to providing our employees, customers and visitors with
the most current and timely information possible. Section 508 of the
Rehabilitation Act as amended, 29 U.S.C. Section 794d, requires that
Federal agencies' electronic and information technology is accessible
to people with disabilities. Web pages hosted by STAR
have been tested in accordance with the provisions of this Act. If you
have difficulty accessing any portion of this site or would like additional
information on our 508 initiative, please e-mail the webmaster. We welcome any ideas
or comments that help us improve the accessibility and usability of the
STAR web site.
STAR's Section 508 standards are:
- All STAR
pages follow the Access Board's Section 508 web
accessibility provisions. The Access Board is an independent
Federal agency devoted to making information accessible for
people with disabilities.
pages also follow as much as possible the Web Accessibility Initiative
(WAI) guidelines, and the site currently meets Level A conformance of
W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. The
Accessibility Initiative (WAI) is a World-Wide Web
initiative to make the Web accessible to people with disabilities,
and the WAI has been appointed to the Advisory Committee for the
revision of U.S. Section 255 guidelines and Section 508 standards,
which include Web accessibility.
presents information in many formats, in particular many maps,
photographs, animations and other visualizations of satellite data.
For pages where accessibility is an issue, please request the
information contained on the specific page directly from
webmaster. The information or an interim response will be provided
within two business days.
The links below provide Section 508 information and are not
endorsed or promoted by STAR.
The WebAIM site and the WAI site are non-U.S. government websites.