Nautilus may also refer to:
- Nautilus (computer game), 1982 Atari home video game
- Nautilus (file manager), the official file manager for the GNOME desktop
- Nautilus (secure telephone), an early TCP/IP secure telephony software package
- Sacnoth, latterly Nautilus, a Japanese video game developer
- VAX 8800, by codename, a family of computer systems from Digital Equipment Corporation
Ships and submarines
- Nautilus (1800 submarine), first practical submarine invented by Robert Fulton
- Nautilus (Verne), fictional submarine of Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
- HMS Nautilus, various ships and submarines of the British Royal Navy
- USS Nautilus, various ships and submarines of the United States Navy
- Nautilus, the ship used by Fernando Villaamil for his world circumnavigation of 1892-1894
- USS Nautilus II (SP-559), a 66-foot patrol/escort (1917–1919)
- USS O-12 (SS-73), a submarine which bore the name Nautilus during Sir Hubert Wilkins's civilian arctic expedition in 1931.
- The Nautilus (journal), malacological journal
- Nautilus (counterculture publisher), an Italian publisher
- Nautilus (photograph), a photograph by Edward Weston
- "Nautilus" (song) from the 1974 Bob James jazz album One
- Nautilus, Inc., American exercise equipment company
- Nautilus Minerals Inc., Australian underwater mining company
- a brand of Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) speakers
- Tactical High Energy Laser, a previous name of a missile interceptor
- BA 330, a previous name of the Bigelow Aerospace space module
- All pages beginning with "Nautilus"
- All pages with titles containing "Nautilus"
- ^ Terrestrial telerobotic mining technology: an enabler for extraterrestrial habitation, mining, and construction Prof. Greg Baiden, Laurentian University, Talk given at the Space Manufacturing 14 conference, 29-31 October 2010, Space Studies Institute, at 19:30-22:28, accessed 2011-08-28. "mineral production will begin in 2010 ... [via a newly constructed] mining ship [operating in] the territorial waters of Papua, New Guinea." ... "Projected to soon produce a major percentage of the world's copper production."(@22:10)
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