Apollo7 is a meta search machine, that is, it is an interface to other search machines. The idea of a meta search machine derives from the problem of the Internet: no search machine can manage the sheer unbelievable quantity of data. The result: each search machine only knows a part of the Internet. Either you query all search machines in a search in the Internet, or you use Apollo7, which takes over this work for you.
On our homepage you can find out what search machines Apollo7 queries for you.
If you have questions about Apollo7, or you simply want to express your comments, please contact the following people: You can also use the Feedback page, and your message will be sent to all the contact people.
Apollo7 is (only) a meta search machine. If you would like Apollo7 to find your home page, you need to register your home page with the search machines that Apollo7 queries. You can find their names and Internet addresses at the Apollo7 start page.
Long before this server existed, brave men ventured into space. As part of NASA´s Apollo programme, Apollo7 (german) set off on 11 October 1968, to return to Earth safe and sound after 10 days and 20 hours.