The best site was Zvi Har’El’s Jules Verne Collection. The site is no longer updated and its old domain is gone. Fortunately Andrew Nash made a mirror copy of the site as it existed at one point in time, which is where we link to it now.
The online journal of Jules Verne scholarship is VERNIANA.
The Centre International Jules Verne is an organization dedicated to preserving and making available to scholars, documentation related to Jules Verne’s life and works. This organization is located in one of Verne’s former homes in Amiens, France. In the spring of 2005 they hosted “Mondial Jules Verne,” acknowledging the centenary since the death of Jules Verne.
Honorary member of our society Alan Hale, Ph.D. is one of the driving forces behind the “Earthrise Institute” whose mission simply stated is to use astronomy, space, and other related endeavors as a tool for breaking down international and intercultural barriers and for bringing humanity together.