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 03.03.06 - Stennis Workers Honored for Hurricane Efforts
NASA's Deputy Administrator Shana Dale presented 25 medals, 33 commendations and 15 group awards to employees during a March 3 ceremony at NASA's Stennis Space Center.
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 02.28.06 - Walter Cronkite Honored With Exploration Award
NASA honors veteran journalist with an Ambassador of Exploration Award.
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 02.24.06 - NASA Breaks Ground at Gulf Coast Facility
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin spoke at the groundbreaking ceremony for the NASA Shared Services Center, which will provide centralized administrative services.
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 02.16.06 - NASA Announces Shared Services Center Ground Breaking
The NASA Shared Services Center is hosting a ground breaking ceremony at 10:30 a.m. CST, Friday, Feb. 24 on the grounds of the Stennis Space Center, Miss.
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 02.16.06 - NASA Honors Walter Cronkite
NASA is honoring Walter Cronkite for his coverage of America's space program with the presentation of the Ambassador of Exploration Award.
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 02.13.06 - NASA Honors Astronaut Slayton
NASA will honor Deke Slayton, one of the original seven NASA astronauts, with the presentation of the Ambassador of Exploration Award.
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 02.10.06 - NASA Honors Astronaut John Glenn
NASA will honor John Glenn, one of the original seven NASA astronauts, with the presentation of the Ambassador of Exploration Award.
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 02.14.06 - NASA's Exploration Systems Progress Report
Testing is under way by NASA engineers to lay the foundation for developing the Crew Launch Vehicle, the agency's future launch vehicle system.
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 02.10.06 - NASA and Olympic Athletes Plan Lunar Games
With the help of several Olympic athletes, students can get a physics lesson from NASA about potential winter sports on the most extreme venue around -- the moon.
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 02.08.06 - Ames Research Center Services Contract
NASA selected Consolidated Safety Service Inc. to support programs for occupational safety, industrial hygiene and medical services at Ames Research Center.
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 02.06.06 - Administrator's Statement About FY 2007 Budget
This morning, the President announced the Fiscal Year 2007 budget request for the entire federal government. This includes a $16.8 billion request for NASA, which represents a 3.2 percent increase over the 2006 budget.
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 02.02.06 - Astronaut Vance Brand Honored
NASA honored former Apollo-Soyuz astronaut Vance Brand with an Ambassador of Exploration Award.
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 01.12.06 - NASA Restructures Aeronautics Research
"NASA is returning to long-term investment in cutting-edge fundamental research in traditional aeronautics disciplines."
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 01.10.06 - Chandra Finds Black Holes Stirring Up Galaxies
Black holes are creating havoc in unsuspected places, according to a new study of images of elliptical galaxies made by the Chandra X-ray Observatory.
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 01.09.06 - More to the North Star Than Meets the Eye
By stretching the capabilities of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to the limit, astronomers photographed the close companion to Polaris, known also as the North Star, for the first time.
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 01.06.06 - American Astronomical Society Meeting
NASA researchers will present findings at the American Astronomical Society meeting in Washington Jan. 8 - 12.
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 01.05.06 - Topex/Poseidon Oceanography Mission Ends
The joint NASA/Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales TOPEX/Poseidon oceanography satellite ceased operations after nearly 62,000 orbits of Earth.
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 12.22.05 - NASA Administrator's Authorization Bill Statement
The following is a statement by NASA Administrator Michael Griffin about the NASA Authorization Bill.
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 12.22.05 - NASA's Top Space Exploration Stories Of 2005
NASA completed a successful year of milestones and discoveries in 2005 as the agency begins to implement the Vision for Space Exploration, America’s long-term plan for returning astronauts to the moon to prepare for voyages to Mars and other destinations in the solar system.
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 12.21.05 - 'NASAcast' Provides Audio and Video for the Portable Digital Age
Podcasting is the latest on-the-go technology that gives users the freedom to listen to or watch news and other programs anywhere, anytime.
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 11.29.05 - Dale Sworn in as NASA Deputy Administrator
Shana Dale was sworn in today as NASA's deputy administrator at the agency's headquarters in Washington.
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 11.29.05 - New NASA Advisory Council Holds Inaugural Meeting
Two former Apollo astronauts joined 22 other experts in the first meeting of the newly restructured NASA Advisory Council, a group of eminent U.S. citizens organized to provide guidance and policy advice to the administrator of America's space agency.
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 11.23.05 - New Millennium Mission Contract
The next satellite in NASA's New Millennium Program will be designed, developed and built by Orbital Sciences Corporation, Dulles, Va.
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 11.18.05 - Ralph Thomas Resigns
Ralph C. Thomas III, assistant administrator for Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, has announced he will be leaving the agency to return to private law practice, effective December 1st.
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 11.07.05 - NASA Names New Johnson Center Director
Former Astronaut, Michael L. Coats, has been named director of NASA's Johnson Space Center.
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 11.04.05 - Shana Dale Confirmed as Deputy Administrator
Administrator Griffin applauded the Senate's confirmation of Shana Dale as NASA's deputy administrator.
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 11.02.05 - NASA Appoints Constellation Program Managers
Jeffrey Hanley has been appointed manager of NASA's Constellation Program to lead development of the nation's new spacecraft and launch system.
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 10.24.05 - NASA Names New Aeronautics Associate Administrator
Lisa J. Porter will lead the agency's aeronautics research efforts and continue to lead NASA's efforts in the development of national aeronautics policy in cooperation with other government agencies.
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 10.24.05 - Software Development Technology Contract
NASA awarded Northrop Grumman Information Technology-TASC the contract to provide software development, analysis and scientific visualization services at Goddard Space Flight Center.
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 10.12.05 - NASA Awards Hypersonic Development Contract
NASA announced GASL, Inc., Ronkonkoma, N.Y., received a follow on contract for hypersonic propulsion development and testing to support the agency's Langley Research Center, Hypersonic Air Breathing Propulsion Branch, Hampton, Va.
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 10.05.05 - NASA Modifies Space Station Payload Integration Contract
NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston has signed a modification to a contract with The Boeing Company valued at more than $94 million.
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 10.04.05 - Former Astronaut Walt Cunningham Honored
On Friday, Oct. 7, at noon EDT, NASA officials will present Cunningham with a moon rock at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas.
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 10.03.05 - Jezierski Named NASA's Deputy Chief Of Staff
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin today named Jeffrey T. Jezierski, deputy chief of staff for the agency.
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 10.03.05 - Contract for Research Opportunities
NASA has awarded Oak Ridge Associated Universities a contract to support the agency's program for competitive postdoctoral opportunities.
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 10.03.05 - Howell Leaving Johnson Space Center
Jefferson Davis Howell, Jr., is leaving his position as director of NASA's Johnson Space Center to join the University of Texas, Austin.
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 09.30.05 - NASA Announces Kennedy VAB Contract Award
NASA has selected Met-Con, Inc., to replace and upgrade siding at the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at the Kennedy Space Center.
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 09.29.05 - NASA Exercises Contract Option With Analex
The Launch Services Program at KSC exercised the first of two contract options to the Analex Corporation for the expendable launch vehicle integrated support contract.
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 09.28.05 - NASA Official Honored as Federal Employee of the Year
Orlando Figueroa will receive the 2005 Service to America Federal Employee of the Year Medal tonight during an award ceremony at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington.
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 09.28.05 - Horowitz to Lead Exploration Systems
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin today named veteran space shuttle commander Scott J. Horowitz as associate administrator for the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate.
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 09.23.05 - NASA Names Scolese New Chief Engineer
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin today named Christopher Scolese as the agency's chief engineer, replacing Rex Geveden.
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 09.21.05 - NASA Names Assistant Associate Administrator
Associate Administrator Rex Geveden named Christyl Johnson the assistant associate administrator in the Office of the Administrator.
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 09.20.05 - NASA Names Roe New Langley Center Director
Lesa B. Roe has been named director of NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va.
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 09.20.05 - Roofing Contract for Goddard Space Flight Center
NASA has awarded a rooftop housekeeping and general maintenance award for facilities at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. DJB Contracting, Inc., of Upper Marlboro, Md., was selected for the five-year firm-fixed price, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract valued at $8.9 million.
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 09.20.05 - NASA Selects Space Shuttle Program Manager
NASA announced the selection of N. Wayne Hale Jr. as manager of the Space Shuttle Program. He has been deputy manager since July 2003 and succeeds Bill Parsons.
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 09.19.05 - Dryden Mourns Loss of Chief Engineer
The crash of an aerobatic plane in Oklahoma has claimed the life of Marta Bohn-Meyer, the chief engineer at the Dryden Flight Research Center.
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 09.16.05 - Langley's Roy Bridges Retires
NASA Administrator Mike Griffin issued the following statement today upon the announcement that Roy Bridges, director of NASA's Langley Research Center, will retire from NASA.
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 09.16.05 - Morrell Named Chief of Staff
Paul Morrell has been named chief of staff by NASA Administrator Michael Griffin.
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 09.15.05 - NASA Awards Launch Services to Orbital Sciences Corp.
NASA has awarded a Small Class Acquisition contract to Orbital Sciences Corporation, which extends an existing Launch Services contract awarded in 1999.
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 09.13.05 - Griffin Statement on Dale Nomination
"Ms. Dale knows every aspect of space policy."
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 09.13.05 - NASA Awards Acquisition and Business Support Services Contract
NASA has awarded a contract to Digital Fusion Solutions, Inc., a small business in Huntsville, Ala, to provide acquisition and business support services.
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 09.13.05 - NASA Names New Stennis Center Director
NASA named William (Bill) W. Parsons as the new director of John C. Stennis Space Center in south Mississippi, effective immediately.
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 09.09.05 - Deputy Administrator Frederick Gregory Resigns
NASA’s Frederick D. Gregory, who spent 31 years at the agency as a research test pilot, astronaut and senior leader, announced his resignation as deputy administrator today.
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 09.06.05 - Software of the Year Award Winners
NASA selected two teams to receive the agency's Software of the Year Award. A team from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., was recognized for their "Land Information System Software (LIS) V4.0; and a team from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., for the Autonomous Sciencecraft Experiment (ASE) software
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 08.18.05 - NASA Awards Engineering, Science, Technical Contract
NASA has awarded a contract to Jacobs Sverdrup, a subsidiary of Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc., to provide engineering, technical, science, propulsion, program management and business services.
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 08.17.05 - Shuttle Internet Interest Reaches New Heights
Interest in NASA's flight of the Space Shuttle Discovery and STS-114 may have generated one of the largest live Web events in the history of the Internet.
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 08.17.05 - Geveden Selected as Associate Administrator
As associate administrator, Rex Geveden has oversight for all the agency's technical missions areas and field center operations.
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 08.12.05 - NASA Announces Integrated Learning and Development Contract
ASRC Management Services, Inc., Greenbelt, Md., will provide career training and development services for agency engineers, program and project managers through formal classroom and Internet training.
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 08.12.05 - NASA Administrator Names Senior Advisors
Lisa J. Porter, Ph.D., joins NASA as senior advisor for aeronautics in the Office of Administrator and Michael P. Ralsky joins the agency as senior advisor to the NASA deputy administrator.
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 08.12.05 - NASA Names Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin announced today that Brian Chase will serve as the agency's new assistant administrator for Legislative Affairs
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 08.12.05 - Associate Administrator for Space Operations Selected
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin announced today that William H. Gerstenmaier will serve as associate administrator for Space Operations at NASA Headquarters in Washington.
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 08.12.05 - New Leaders for Science Mission Directorate
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin announced today Mary Cleave, Ph.D., P.E. will be the associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate.
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 07.26.05 - NASA Official Named Hispanic Engineer of the Year
Alphonso V. Diaz, Associate Administrator of NASA's Science Mission Directorate, was selected as Hispanic Engineer of the Year by the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Corporation (HENAAC).
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 07.11.05 - Former Astronaut Stafford Awarded Moon Rock
Former NASA astronaut Lt. Gen. Thomas P. Stafford, USAF (Ret.) will receive a commemorative moon rock as part of NASA's Ambassador of Exploration program.
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 06.27.05 - Statement From NASA Administrator
"The independent Return to Flight Task Group, led by veteran astronauts Thomas Stafford and Richard Covey, has performed a valuable public service."
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 06.24.05 - Mould Named Assistant Administrator for Public Affairs
NASA Administrator Griffin announced the appointment of David R. Mould as the assistant administrator for the Office of Public Affairs.
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 06.24.05 - Administrator Appoints Joe Davis Strategic Communications Chief
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin has appointed Joe Davis as Chief of Strategic Communications, responsible for the overall communications and outreach strategy for the agency.
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 06.16.05 - Statement By NASA Administrator Michael Griffin on the House Floor Vote On NASA's FY 2006 Funding Bill
"The House's vote in favor of full funding for NASA represents a very positive step in the appropriations process for the upcoming fiscal year. I look forward to working closely and cooperatively with the Senate as this process continues."
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 06.13.05 - NASA Scientists Receive Presidential Award
Two NASA scientists received the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers today at a White House ceremony.
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 06.13.05 - Exploration Systems Administrator Resigns
Associate Administrator for Exploration Systems Craig E. Steidle officially announced his resignation, effective June 24.
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 06.13.05 - Contractors for Crew Exploration Vehicle Work Selected
NASA today announced the selection of Lockheed Martin Corp. and the team of Northrop Grumman Corp. and The Boeing Co. that will lead to an award to build the agency's Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV).
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 06.10.05 - Administrator Griffin to Attend Paris Air Show
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin will attend France's Paris Air Show, which begins Monday in the suburb of Le Bourget.
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 06.08.05 - Two Space Station Contract Options
NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston has exercised two contract options with The Boeing Company for continued work on the U.S. segment of the International Space Station.
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 06.07.05 - Projects Funded to Extend Earth Science Research
NASA's Science Mission Directorate has selected 23 projects that will harness Earth science data to improve decision-making processes.
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 06.01.05 - NASA Interns Win Competition
Olivia Hussey and Kristie Blase, two law students who worked as interns at NASA's Office of the General Counsel in the summer 2004, won first place in the North American Finals of the Space Law Moot Court competition in April.
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 05.16.05 - Return to Flight Meeting, News Conference
The next Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group public meeting starts at 9 a.m. EDT, Wednesday, June 8 in the Webster Civic Center, 311 Pennsylvania Avenue, Webster, Texas.
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 05.13.05 - Station, Shuttle Mission Crew Announced
NASA and its international partners have named new crew members for upcoming missions to the International Space Station (ISS).
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 05.11.05 - Firms Chosen for Software Verification/Validation
NASA has selected Northrop Grumman Information Technology, Falls Church, Va., and Titan Corporation, Reston, Va. for the Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) of Software Services.
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 05.09.05 - Provider for Shared Services Center
NASA selected Computer Sciences Corporation of Falls Church, Va., as the prime contractor to support the NASA Shared Services Center.
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 04.29.05 - NASA Administrator Addresses Women in Aerospace
NASA Administrator Michael D. Griffin is speaking to the Women in Aerospace (WIA) organization, as it celebrates its 20th year, on May 3.
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 04.29.05 - New Window for Shuttle Return to Flight
NASA announced today July 13 to 31 is the new launch planning window for the Space Shuttle Discovery mission.
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 04.14.05 - New NASA Administrator Takes the Helm
Administrator Michael Griffin becomes the leader of the agency on the day the Expedition 11 crew is set to launch to the International Space Station.
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 04.13.05 - Michael D. Griffin To Become NASA Administrator
The U.S. Senate tonight confirmed the nomination of Dr. Michael D. Griffin as NASA's 11th Administrator.
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 03.29.05 - Technology Transfer Phase 2 Projects
The STTR projects total approximately $16 million and directly support NASA's Vision for Space Exploration.
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 03.23.05 - First Centennial Challenges' Prizes
NASA and its partner, the Spaceward Foundation, today announced prizes totaling $400,000 for four prize competitions.
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 03.22.05 - First Two Centennial Challenges
Competitions for Challenges will be released on Wednesday, March 23 at 7:45 p.m. EST at Flight School '05 in Scottsdale, Ariz.
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 03.15.05 - GPM Microwave Instrument
NASA has selected Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corporation for the development and fabrication of the Microwave Imager.
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 03.03.05 - 90 Years of Aeronautics Excellence
NASA will continue to develop and validate high-value technologies that enable exploration and discovery.
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 03.03.05 - NASA Announces Evaluation and Support Contract
NASA’s Glenn Research Center (GRC) in Cleveland has awarded a contract valued at approximately $205 million to SGT, Inc., of Greenbelt, Md.
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 03.01.05 - Research Aids Global Conservation Efforts
Acting Administrator Gregory and UNESCO Director-General Matsuura signed the MOA at NASA Headquarters in Washington.
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 02.16.05 - NASA Science Featured at AAAS Meeting
Researchers will present findings on a variety of Earth and space science topics at the AAAS Annual Meeting in Washington, Feb. 17-21.
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 02.15.05 - Get to the Heart of the Earth
NASA officials and representatives from more than 50 countries are meeting tomorrow in Brussels for the Earth Observation Summit.
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 02.11.05 - Stafford-Covey Media Briefing (Update)
The Task Group media teleconference on Thursday, Feb. 17, starts at 1:00 p.m. EST, not 1:30 p.m. EST as announced previously.
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 02.18.05 - Interim Assessment of NASA Culture Change
Updated survey results show how NASA employees view safety and agency culture.
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 02.18.05 - Deputy Administrator Honored
Frederick Gregory has been selected as one of the 50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology for 2005.
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 02.16.05 - New Safety Exchange Agreement
The Memorandum of Agreement signed Tuesday is the latest in a series of exchanges between NASA's Safety Office and the Navy.
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 02.07.05 - Budget Enables New Age of Exploration
The Vision for Space Exploration remains an Administration priority even in this challenging budget environment.
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 02.07.05 - NASA Awards JSC Support Contract
New Orleans-based REDE/Critique A Joint Venture will provide administrative and clerical support services at Johnson Space Center.
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 02.03.05 - FY 2006 Budget Press Events
Administrator O'Keefe and senior officials will discuss the impact of the FY 06 budget on the agency, Feb. 7, 2005, from 1 to 2 p.m. EST.
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 02.03.05 - Stafford-Covey Task Group Meeting
The Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group will conduct a public meeting by telephone conference at Noon EST, Thursday, Feb. 17.
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 01.31.05 - Environmental Management in Mesoamerica
NASA and the U.S. Agency for International Development joined with other U.S. and Central American partners to launch an innovative, Web-based, management system.
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 01.28.05 - Glenn Mahone Named Communications Chief
NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe named Glenn Mahone as the agency's Acting Chief of Strategic Communications, effective immediately.
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 01.27.05 - Science Team Measures Atmosphere
The Polar Aura Validation Experiment (PAVE) will gather information to validate data from NASA's Aura satellite, launched in July 2004.
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 01.26.05 - Station Status Report: SS05-004
The Expedition 10 crew completed a 5-hour, 28-minute spacewalk to install scientific experiments on the Zvezda Service Module.
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 01.26.05 - Joint Statement by Heads of Agency
The Partners discussed and agreed on plans for continued support of the ISS, consistent with planned Station research and use.
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 01.26.05 - Small Explorer to Map Solar System Boundary
A satellite that will make the first map of the boundary between the Solar System and interstellar space has been selected as part of NASA's Small Explorer program.
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 01.26.05 - NASA Funds Projects to Support Vision
NASA has selected 32 consortia in the National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program to receive $3 million in awards this year.
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 01.26.05 - Interviews With New Station Crew
The next crew of the International Space Station will brief media at 2 p.m. EST, Feb. 3.
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 01.25.05 - Space Agency Leaders Schedule Press Conference
Space agency leaders from the United States, Russia, Japan, Europe and Canada meet in Montreal tomorrow to review the status of the International Space Station program.
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 01.21.05 - Shuttle Status Report: S05-003
Processing continues in the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF) for Return to Flight mission (STS-114) to the International Space Station.
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 01.21.05 - Station Status Report: SS05-0003
The Expedition 10 crewmembers are marking their 100th day in space today, focusing on preparations for their first spacewalk Jan. 26.
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 01.21.05 - Stafford-Covey Interim Report
The third interim report of the Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group will be issued on Friday, January 28.
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 01.21.05 - Birth of a Black Hole
The NASA-led Swift mission has detected and imaged its first gamma-ray burst on January 17.
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 01.18.05 - Financial Management Contract Modification
NASA has implemented a $48 million contract modification with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) of San Diego.
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 01.18.05 - Scientist's Career Spans Agency History
In 1963, Dr. Mario Acuña worked as a research assistant at NASA's GSFC in Greenbelt, Md. in sounding rocket and balloon programs.
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 01.14.05 - Shuttle Status Report: S05-002
Stacking of the Solid Rocket Boosters for the STS-114 mission is complete and the team is continuing with closeouts.
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 01.14.05 - SHARP Celebrates Silver Anniversary
The program seeks to enrich and inspire students by promoting interaction within their academic, workplace and social environments.
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 01.13.05 - NASA Announces Spacewalk Briefing
The first spacewalk by the International Space Station residents is the subject of a news conference Friday, Jan. 21, at 2 p.m. EST.
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 01.11.05 - NASA Free Computer Model
The climate model runs on a desktop computer to allow teachers and students to conduct experiments identical to those of scientists.
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 01.11.05 - Saharan Dust Affects Thunderstorm
Scientists using NASA satellite data have discovered tiny particles of dust from the Sahara Desert can affect Florida thunderstorms.
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 01.11.05 - Space Shuttle Commander Retires
Astronaut James D. Wetherbee flew six times aboard the Shuttle and held multiple senior management positions at NASA.
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 01.10.05 - Spitzer Views Collision Aftermath
Astronomers say a dusty disc swirling around the nearby star Vega is bigger than earlier thought. It was probably caused by collisions of objects, perhaps as big as the planet Pluto, up to 2,000 kilometers (about 1,200 miles) in diameter.
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 01.10.05 - Earthquake Affects Earth's Rotation
NASA scientists using data from the Indonesian earthquake calculated it affected Earth's rotation, decreased the length of day, slightly changed the planet's shape, and shifted the North Pole by centimeters.
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 01.10.05 - Hubble Homes in on Suspected Extrasolar Planet
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope is providing important supporting evidence about a possible planet 225 light-years away.
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 01.10.05 - Two New Discoveries at Black Holes' Edges
NASA affiliated scientists are reporting two new results about black holes today at the American Astronomical Society meeting in San Diego.
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 01.10.05 - High-Tech X-Ray Examines Dinosaur Skull
As NASA charts a bold new course into the future, the space agency is briefly taking a step back in time to examine a dinosaur skull.
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 01.10.05 - NASA Selects Student Team to Conduct 'Real-World' Science
A team from Troy, Mich., has won the opportunity to conduct research using one of NASA's state-of-the-art, ground-based hypergravity facilities.
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 01.07.05 - NSSC Sites Announced
NASA is creating a Shared Services Center to consolidate a variety of transactional and administrative activities.
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 01.07.05 - NASA Awards Crew Robotics Contracts
NASA has awarded contracts to two companies and two institutions for Crew Robotics and Vehicle Equipment (CRAVE) work.
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 01.07.05 - Shuttle Status Report: S05-001
Technicians completed a tremendous amount of work preparing Atlantis' Return to Flight mission. Atlantis was powered-up on Dec. 29.
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 01.07.05 - Station Status Report: SS05-0001
The Expedition 10 crew began the new year by embarking on biomedical experiments and troubleshooting the Station's generator.
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 01.06.05 - Space Shuttle Return To Flight
As the redesigned External Tank rolled out today at KSC, NASA marked a major milestone for the Shuttle's Return to Flight.
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 01.06.05 - NASA Goes "Down Under"
NASA and NGA have completed four years of data processing of Earth's most extensive global topographic map.
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 01.06.05 - Exploration Systems Directorate Deputy Named
Steve Isakowitz has been selected as the Deputy Associate Administrator for the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate.
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 01.05.05 - New Member Joins Advisory Panel
Dr. Amy Donahue will join the Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP), an independent organization advising NASA on the safety of operations, facilities, and personnel.
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 01.05.05 - Swift Turns On, Sees Blast of Bursts
The NASA-led Swift mission has opened its doors to a flurry of gamma ray burst action.
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 01.05.05 - Erupting Black Hole Discovered
Astronomers have found the most powerful eruption in the universe.
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 01.05.05 - New York Students Call Space Station Crew
Students in Schenectady, N.Y. will call the Space Station crew on Friday.
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 01.05.05 - NASA Sets Deep Impact Launch Date
NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft will launch on January 12, 2005.
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 01.04.05 - TRMM Satellite Operation
TRMM data has aided the NOAA and other users in their scientific research of rainfall and storm prediction.
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 01.03.05 - Rovers' Adventures on Mars Continue
The Spirit rover begins its second year on Mars investigating puzzling rocks unlike any found earlier.
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 12.30.04 - Rover Anniversary on Mars
"One Year on Mars," a two-hour live event to commemorate the mission, will be presented at JPL on Monday, Jan. 3, 2005, at 2 p.m.
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 12.29.04 - Media Event to Mark Shuttle Tank Arrival
NASA is offering media two days of photo and news opportunities at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC), Fla., on Jan. 6 and 7.
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 12.28.04 - Media Invited To See Shuttle Fuel Tank
The External Tank will roll out from the final assembly building on Thursday, Dec. 30, from NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility.
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 12.28.04 - Station Delivery Gives Students Cheer
Twenty tiny experiment samples were delivered to the Station on December 25 aboard a Russian Progress supply ship.
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 12.22.04 - Engineering Contract Award
SGT, Inc. was awarded a contract to provide Multi-Disciplinary Engineering and Technology Services support to GSFC, Greenbelt, Md.
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 12.16.04 - Proposals to Educate the Public Selected
NASA Explorer Institute Focus Groups will identify strategies and approaches that will help NASA respond to community needs.
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 12.22.04 - News Briefing About Shuttle Tank
The news media briefing to address the improvements and rollout of external tank is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 28, at 11 a.m. EST.
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 12.17.04 - Contract for Aviation & Patient Safety
Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc., McLean, Va., was awarded a contract to operate existing safety reporting systems both NASA and VA.
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 12.22.04 - Space Station Year-End News Conference
Commander Chiao and Flight Engineer Sharipov will host a news conference from the ISS on Wednesday, Dec. 29, at 11:45 a.m. EST.
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 12.22.04 - Electrical Systems Services Contract Announced
Muniz Engineering, Inc. was selected for award of a contract to provide electrical systems engineering services at GSFC in Md.
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 12.21.04 - Space Station Visible During Holidays
All sightings available from U.S. cities during the holidays are pre-dawn sightings.
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 12.16.04 - Engineering & Science Contract
A five-year contract to support engineering and science at Johnson Space Center has been awarded to Sverdrup Technology Inc.
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 12.17.04 - Shuttle Status Report: S04-042
The new Orbiter Boom Sensor System is scheduled to arrive at Kennedy Space Center as early as next week.
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 12.17.04 - NASA TV Airs Delivery To Crew
NASA TV will broadcast live the arrival of the Russian Progress cargo spacecraft at the International Space Station on Dec. 25.
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 12.22.04 - Coverage of Christmas Delivery ISS
NASA TV will broadcast live the arrival of the next Russian Progress cargo spacecraft at about 6:31 p.m. EST, Dec. 25.
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 12.17.04 - Station Status Report: SS04-045
The new Progress resupply spacecraft is scheduled to launch at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 5:19 p.m. EST on Dec. 23.
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 12.16.04 - NASA Increases Value of Contract
The modification adds $62.5 million to the completion form, cost plus award fee contract.
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 12.08.04 - Famed B-52B "Mothership" Retiring
The Air Force Flight Test Center and DFRC are hosting a retirement ceremony for the plane at 10 a.m. PST, Friday, Dec. 17 at Dryden.
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 12.08.04 - Explorer School Concept Goes International
The program will focus on stimulating the interest of children -- girls in particular -- between the ages of 9 and 12.
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 12.27.04 - NASA Builds Success
"NASA has a new face and new approach to operations and programs," said NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe.
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 12.07.04 - Space Pioneer John Young Retires
Young was the first human to fly in space six times and launch seven times, six times from Earth and once from the moon.
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 12.06.04 - Stafford-Covey Group Briefing Update
The Group will hold its next public meeting at 8:00 a.m. EST, Thursday, Dec. 16, at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center Institute.
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 12.13.04 - NASA Administrator Resigns
O'Keefe led NASA through tragedy and transformation.
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 11.02.04 - Lessons Learned During Station's Fourth Year
Each crew aboard the International Space Station discovers more about what it takes to live and work in space for long periods of time.
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 11.01.04 - Research and Technology Featured
NASA's research and technology will be showcased at the National Computer Conference in Pittsburgh on Nov. 6-12, 2004.
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 11.01.04 - New NASA Satellite to Study Black Hole Birth and Gamma Ray Bursts
By the end of this day, somewhere in the visible universe a new black hole will have formed. Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), the most distant and powerful explosions known, are likely the birth cries of these new black holes.
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 11.01.04 - NASA, Navy Celebrate Spirit of Exploration
Administrator Sean O'Keefe joined U.S. Navy officials at a ceremony aboard the historic frigate USS Constellation at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.
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 10.29.04 - Station Status Report: SS04-037
The crewmembers took a brief break early this week following handover from their departing colleagues.
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 10.29.04 - NASA Announces May '05 Shuttle Launch Window
After an extensive review, NASA is planning its Return to Flight Space Shuttle mission, designated STS-114, for a launch window that opens in May 2005.
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 10.29.04 - Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-036
The Space Flight Leadership Council met today and determined the new launch planning window is May 12 to June 3, 2005.
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 10.28.04 - NASA Schedules Mach-10 Press Briefing
A news media briefing for the final X-43A hypersonic-research flight is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 5, 2004, at 1 p.m. EST.
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 07.19.04 - Facilities Maintenance Services Contract
NASA's Ames Research Center will award a contract valued at more than $66 million to Johnson Controls World Services, Inc.
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 07.16.04 - Ambassadors Of Exploration
NASA's first generation of astronauts and former CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite will get special awards at a celebration marking the 35th anniversary of Apollo 11.
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 07.16.04 - Space Station Status Report: SS04-021
The Expedition 9 crew is concentrating on scientific experiments and routine systems maintenance work during their 13th week in orbit.
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 07.16.04 - Two "New Frontiers" Mission Concepts
The proposed missions will drop robotic landers on the moon and return samples to Earth, and orbit Jupiter from pole to pole.
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 07.16.04 - Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-20
Discovery's right-hand Orbital Maneuvering System pod was transferred to the Orbiter Processing Facility for inspection.
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 07.15.04 - National Academies Team On Space Exploration
Dr. Charles Elachi will lead the blue ribbon panel charged with giving NASA transformation guidance for the 21st Century.
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 07.15.04 - Crew Changed For Future Shuttle Mission
Astronaut Piers J. Sellers will replace Carlos I. Noriega as a mission specialist on the second Space Shuttle mission to the ISS.
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 07.14.04 - State Support For Space Exploration Vision
Legislators in at least seven states passed resolutions supporting NASA's ongoing missions of discovery and exploration.
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 07.14.04 - Administrator Supports Efforts Of The National Academies
Interim report from the Committee on the Assessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope released.
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 07.13.04 - KSC Base Support Contract Option
The contract extension, valued at approximately $588.7 million, covers Oct. 1 through Sept. 30, 2006.
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 07.09.04 - Space Station Status Report: SS04-020
As the Expedition 9 crew is sailing through space, their work is focused on science, spacesuit troubleshooting and maintenance.
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 07.09.04 - Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-19
Following the replacement of the Rudder Speed Brake actuators on Discovery, all four panels are reinstalled.
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 07.07.04 - Two Deputy Associate Administrators Named
On Aug. 1, Orlando Figueroa and Alison L. McNally will assume their positions as Deputy AAs in the new Science Mission Directorate.
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 07.02.04 - Space Station Status Report: SS04-019
Flight controllers today placed Control Moment Gyroscope #2 (CMG #2) back in full operation along with CMGs #3 and #4.
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 07.02.04 - Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-18
Orbiter Discovery's scheduled power-down period for its Return to Flight mission, STS-114, is progressing well.
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 07.01.04 - Strategic Communications Assistant Named
Dr. Neal M. Burns was named Special Assistant to the Administrator and acting Chief of Strategic Communications.
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 07.01.04 - Space Station Status Report: SS04-018
The Expedition 9 crew restored power to a gyroscope on the International Space Station, finishing their spacewalk ahead of schedule.
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 06.30.04 - Information Technology Services
NASA has awarded a contract for information technology services and security to Muniz Engineering, Inc. of Houston.
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 07.01.04 - Space Station Status Report: SS04-018
The Expedition 9 crew restored power to a gyroscope on the International Space Station, finishing their spacewalk ahead of schedule.
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 06.30.04 - Local Son Does Well
On June 1, 2004, Ralph C. Thomas was admitted to the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court.
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 06.30.04 - Information Management, Media Services Contract 
Tessada & Associates of Springfield, Va. was awarded the JSC Information Management and Media Services Contract.
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 06.29.04 - Space Station Status Report: SS04-017
The goal of tomorrow's spacewalk is restore power to a gyroscope that helps control the Station's orientation in orbit.
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 06.25.04 - Station Status Report: SS04-016
Based on Russian ground communications coverage, the earliest the spacewalk could be rescheduled is Tuesday, June 29.
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 06.25.04 - Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-17
The Forward Reaction Control System, which provides the thrust for attitude maneuvers, was installed Wednesday.
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 06.25.04 - New General Counsel Selected
Effective immediately, Administrator O'Keefe selected Michael Wholley as the NASA General Counsel.
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 06.25.04 - General Counsel Returns To Private Law Practice
Administrator O'Keefe today announced that Paul G. Pastorek will return to the law firm of Adams & Reese in New Orleans.
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 06.21.04 - Orbiting Astronaut: SpaceShipOne 'Fantastic'
Astronaut Mike Fincke conveyed his congratulations to the SpaceShipOne team.
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 06.21.04 - Administrator Lauds Successful Flight
"We congratulate the SpaceShipOne team and wish all those who may follow safe flights."
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 06.21.04 - Space Station Status Report: SS04-015
The crew will venture outside Thursday to replace a Remote Power Controller Module that houses a faulty circuit breaker.
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 06.18.04 - Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-16
Modifications to Discovery include orbiter boom sensor system wiring and installation of the wing leading edge sensors.
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 06.16.04 - Administrator's Statement on Report
"Transformation is essential if we're going to position ourselves to meet the requirements of this initiative."
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 06.16.04 - Family Values Inspire Engineer
Michelle Amos designs electrical systems and control equipment in Kennedy's Advanced Technology Development Center.
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 06.09.04 - Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-15
Discovery continues its month-long power-down period for its Return to Flight mission, STS-114, to the International Space Station.
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 06.10.04 - President Ronald Reagan Honored From Space
Astronaut Fincke and cosmonaut Padalka paid tribute to President Reagan during a video downlink message from the Space Station.
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 06.10.04 - Successful Test Leads Way For Safer Shuttle Solid Rocket Motor
NASA's Space Shuttle program successfully fired a full-scale Reusable Solid Rocket Motor today, testing modifications that will enhance the safety of the Space Shuttle.
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 06.10.04 - Dryden Deputy Director Named
Kevin Petersen, Director, Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC), Edwards, Calif., today named Steven Schmidt as Deputy Director.
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 06.09.04 - Langley Research Center Deputy Director Named
Roy D. Bridges Jr., Director of NASA's Langley Research Center (LaRC), Hampton, Va., today named Lesa Roe as Deputy Director.
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 06.08.04 - NASA & Xerox Announce Technology Partnership
The Stamford, Conn., company will help NASA develop state-of-the-art collaboration and knowledge management systems.
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 06.04.04 - Space Station Status Report: SS04-013
Crew members are getting ready for their spacewalk.
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 06.04.04 - Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-14
Discovery entered a month-long power-down period on Wednesday in the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF) for its Return to Flight mission, STS-114, to the International Space Station.
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 06.10.04 - Space Station Status Report: SS04-014
The International Space Station crew is spending its seventh week onboard the orbiting laboratory preparing for a spacewalk.
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 06.01.04 - Next Generation Of GOES Instruments
Three firms will formulate NASA's Hyperspectral Environmental Suite of instruments for satellites operated by NOAA.
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 06.01.04 - NASA Considering Robotic Servicing Mission To Hubble
NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe today announced the agency's decision to pursue the feasibility of a robotic servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope (HST).
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 05.27.04 - Students Compete In An Odyssey
Students from around the world will participate in the Odyssey of the Mind 25th World Finals at the University of Maryland May 29 - June 1.
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 05.28.04 - Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-13
As early as next week, Discovery will enter a month-long power down period in which modifications will be made for Return to Flight.
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 05.28.04 - NASA Selects Deputy For Security Office
Clint Herbert was named as NASA's Deputy Assistant Administrator of the Office of Security and Safeguards in Washington.
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 05.27.04 - Space Station Status Report: SS04-012
The 14th Progress spacecraft to visit the International Space Station (ISS) arrived today.
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 05.26.04 - Digital Imagery Proposals Deadline Extended
NASA amended its solicitation to make the historic imagery captured by the agency's exploration activities accessible to the public.
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 05.25.04 - Administrator's Statement About Budget Agreement
Administrator O'Keefe applauded a Congressional Conference Agreement today that supported the Vision for Space Exploration.
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 05.25.04 - Station Status Report: SS04-011
A Russian Progress robotic resupply ship launched today from Baikonur to deliver cargo to International Space Station residents.
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 05.21.04 - International Space Station Status Report: SS04-010
The Expedition 9 crew is closing out its first month in space with a busy week of spacewalk preparations.
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 05.21.04 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-12
The Forward Reaction Control System is scheduled for delivery to the Orbiter Processing Facility early next week.
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 05.20.04 - Columbia Debris Loaned For Research
The Aerospace Corporation will study re-entry effects on composite materials flown on Columbia.
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 05.19.04 - Chief Financial Officer's House Testimony
Gwen Brown testified before the House Subcommittee on Government Efficiency and Financial Management.
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 05.04.04 - Scientists And Engineers Receive Awards
Four NASA-funded researchers received Presidential Early Career for Scientists and Engineers awards today at the White House.
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 05.05.04 - Senior Executives Recognized
Five distinguished NASA executives received Presidential Rank Awards at a White House ceremony on May 5.
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 05.06.04 - 2004 Astronaut Candidate Class
Congratulations to Joe Acaba, Ricky Arnold, Randy Bresnik, Chris Cassidy, Jim Dutton, Jose Hernandez, Shane Kimbrough, Tom Marshburn, Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger, Bobby Satcher, and Shannon Walker.
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 05.12.04 - NASA Receives Award
The Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization is the winner of The Diversity Innovator Award 2004.
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 05.12.04 - Safety Center Releases Initial Assessments
Ralph Roe, Director, NASA's Engineering and Safety Center in Hampton, Va., reported on the results of initial assessments today.
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 05.12.04 - Two New Imaging Software Patents
NASA has granted two patent license agreements for imaging software technologies for application in commercial markets.
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 05.12.04 - International Space Station Managers Selected
The new assignments of Michael T. Suffredini and Mark S. Geyer will formally begin in August.
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 05.14.04 - Engineer Will Soar Among The Stars
Jose Hernandez remembers exactly where he was when he heard the first Hispanic American was selected to travel into space.
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 05.14.04 - Deputy For Aeronautics Selected
Dr. Jaiwon Shin will assist the Associate Administrator with technical, programmatic and personnel management issues.
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 04.29.04 - NASA Honors Top Companies
Administrator O'Keefe presented the Low Award to three U.S. companies at the Continual Improvement and Reinvention Conference.
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 04.29.04 - Centennial Challenges Workshop Scheduled
A NASA program offering cash prizes for new capabilities to help meet the agency's exploration goals holds its first workshop June 15-16 in Washington.
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 04.28.04 - Hispanic Engineer Helps Crews Stay Fit
Carlos Ortiz-Longo manages the Crew Health Care System and Exercise Countermeasures team at Johnson Space Center.
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 04.22.04 - Record For Awarding Contracts
NASA quadrupled contract dollars to women-owned businesses from $219 million in FY 1992 to $743 million in FY 2002.
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 04.21.04 - Environmental Engineer from Stennis
Jenette Gordon uses her knowledge of chemicals to search for ways to minimize long-term environmental effects.
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 04.21.04 - NASA Seeks Digital Imagery Partnership
Interested organizations can offer proposals to digitize NASA's analog, still, film, video and graphic imagery.
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 04.20.04 - Station Crews Talk to Press
The five crewmembers aboard the International Space Station will discuss their mission at 8:41 a.m. EDT April 23.
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 04.16.04 - International Space Station Status Report: SS04-05
Work to prepare for the eighth International Space Station crew exchange continued on schedule on the Station and at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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 04.15.04 - NASA Voted Best Place To Work
The rankings were compiled from an employee satisfaction survey administered to more than 100,000 federal employees.
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 04.14.04 - Engineer Hopes Mars Is In Her Future
Jenny Gruber, a Rhodes scholar and NASA aerospace engineer, works in the Mission Control Center at Johnson Space Center.
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 04.13.04 - Presidential Management Success
NASA was recognized today for achieving the highest standard in Strategic Management of Human Capital and Budget and Performance Integration.
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 04.09.04 - International Space Station Status Report: SS04-04
The crew is preparing to return home this month and focused on wrapping up science experiments.
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 04.09.04 - Payload Integration Contract extended
The Boeing Company of Houston contract work in support of the International Space Station was extended through September 2005.
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 04.06.04 - NASA Shared Services Center Competition
Six proposals for the NSSC site selection process were received on January 30, 2004.
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 04.09.04 - Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-06
Technicians continue to prepare Discovery for its Return to Flight mission to the International Space Station.
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 04.08.04 - Exploration Project Directors
Garry M. Lyles will lead Project Constellation and Charles J. Precourt will direct Crew Exploration Vehicle Program.
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 04.08.04 - Mars Rovers' Mission Extended
The Mars Exploration Rovers will work five months beyond their three-month prime mission.
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 04.07.04 - Engineer Sits In Driver's Seat
Stephanie Stilson is the Space Shuttle Discovery vehicle manager at KSC, NASA's primary space launch facility.
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 04.06.04 - Mars Success Honored At Disney
Administrator O'Keefe, a Mars rover and others help Disney celebrate the success of Spirit and Opportunity.
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 04.05.04 - Aura Satellite Delivered To Launch Site
The spacecraft will undergo final tests and integration with a Delta II rocket for launch in June.
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 04.02.04 - International Space Station Status Report: SS04-003
Preparations for the Expedition 9 flight will be further evaluated next week during a Flight Readiness Review.
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 04.02.04 - Contract For Logistics Management Services
Ames Research Center will award a performance based contract to Tessada and Associates, Inc., of Springfield, Va.
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 04.02.04 - Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-05
On Wednesday of this week, Discovery was powered up following a two-week power down to perform electrical wiring inspections.
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 04.01.04 - NASA Selects Top Invention
The Cabin Pressure Monitor received the Commercial and Government Invention of the Year Awards for 2003.
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 03.29.04 - Texas Students Talk With Space Station Crew
Students and teachers will gather at Space Center Houston for a 20-minute downlink discussion with the crew at 11:15 a.m. EST.
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 03.26.04 - International Space Station Status Report: SS04-02
Weekly status report on the International Space Station.
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 03.26.04 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-04
The order Shuttles are listed in the weekly status report does not necessarily reflect the chronological order of future missions.
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 03.25.04 - Innovative Small Business Projects
The programs award contracts to increase the use of small businesses to meet federal research and development needs.
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 03.22.04 - Passing Of Noted Artist And Agency Curator
In his 20 years of service to NASA, Robert Schulman shaped the corporate identity of the agency.
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 03.22.04 - Mars Interactive Web Feature
The M2K4 Web site launched an interactive program giving any citizen of cyberspace the chance to drive NASA's Mars Rovers.
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 03.19.04 - Space Station Status Report: SS04-01
Weekly status report on the International Space Station.
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 03.18.04 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-03
The order Shuttles are listed in the weekly status report does not necessarily reflect the chronological order of future missions.
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 03.17.04 - Partnership for Space Exploration
Department of Energy is NASA's new partner in its mission to explore the universe and search for life.
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 03.16.04 - NASA Remembers 'Mr. JPL,' William Pickering
William Pickering, an original "Rocket Man" known affectionately as "Mr. JPL," has died at the age of 93.
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 03.15.04 - NASA Administrator On Senate Budget Resolution
NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe called a Senate resolution "a critical first step" toward returning Space Shuttles to flight and beginning to implement the new Vision for Space Exploration.
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 03.15.04 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-02
Discovery is being processed for the Return to Flight mission, Atlantis readies for a visit to the International Space Station, and Endeavour is in Orbiter Major Modification.
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 03.11.04 - Astronaut Ronald McNair Legacy Celebration
NASA officials will join others in ceremonial events of remembrance and celebration on Monday, March 15 in Lake City, S.C.
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 03.10.04 - African-American Engineer Conducts Science In Space
Lybrease Woodard orchestrates science operations aboard the International Space Station as if she's conducting a symphony.
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 03.10.04 - New Appointments For External Relations
Albert "Al" Condes and Joseph R. "Joe" Wood are named as Deputy Assistant Administrators in the Office of External Relations.
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 03.04.04 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report: S04-01
Every week, NASA will issue the latest information about Space Shuttle processing and payloads in a status report.
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 03.03.04 - New Imax® 3-D Film on Apollo
Tom Hanks will produce "Magnificent Desolation," which will allow moviegoers to travel to the moon with Apollo astronauts.
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 03.03.04 - Key Space Flight Positions Filled
Robert Cabana has been named JSC Deputy Director, and Kenneth Bowersox will be Director of Flight Crew Operations.
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 03.02.04 - Aircraft Maintenance And Modification Contract
DynCorp Technical Services LLC of Fort Worth, Texas will support part of NASA's aircraft fleet.
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 02.24.04 - Accenture to Support Financial Management
The contract will provide administrative systems to help improve the financial, physical and human resources process.
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 02.20.04 - NASA Makes 22 Research Grants
NASA's Office of Biological and Physical Research recently selected 22 researchers to receive grants of up to four years to conduct research and development in advanced human support technologies.
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 02.17.04 - Education Advisory Committee Meeting
The committee members will provide advice and recommendations on education priorities and strategies.
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 02.19.04 - Space Shuttle Return To Flight
The target window for the next Space Shuttle flight moved to March 2005.
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 02.19.04 - Hit Count High for NASA Web Portal
Since Spirit's landing on Mars, NASA's Web Portal received 6.53 billion hits -- greater than the population of every nation on Earth.
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 02.19.04 - Science, Engineering, Analysis And Test Contract
Lockheed Martin Space Operations will continue to provide engineering, scientific and technical support in Houston.
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 02.17.04 - X-43A Flight Delayed
An incident with the rudder actuator on the booster is under investigation.
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 02.06.04 - Crews Named For 2004 Space Station Missions
Astronaut Edward Michael Fincke and Cosmonaut Gennady Padalka will be the next crew to live aboard the complex.
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 02.05.04 - Technology Helps In Abduction Case
Video enhancement software corrects distortions of orientation and size in dark jittery images to reveal clues for investigators.
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 02.04.04 - NASA Releases Budget and Vision Details
The vision lays out guiding principles for exploration, and establishes a roadmap for missions to the moon, Mars and beyond.
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 02.03.04 - Administrator's Statement on FY 2005 Budget
The President's vision advances U.S. scientific, security and economic interests through a robust space exploration program.
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 02.02.04 - Mars Landmarks Honor Columbia Crew
NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe today announced the Martian hills, located east of the Spirit Mars Exploration Rover's landing site, would be dedicated to the Space Shuttle Columbia STS-107 crew.
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 02.02.04 - NASA Dedicates Space Shuttle Columbia Memorial
The families of the Space Shuttle Columbia STS-107 crew and NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe today unveiled a monument commemorating the astronauts and their mission at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.
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 02.02.04 - African-American Engineer Gets 'Cool' Fuel To Shuttle
Martin Hayes and his team loads ultra-cool hydrogen fuel into the Shuttle's external tank six hours before every launch.
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 01.22.04 - Main Engine Propulsion Milestone
The Shuttle engine passed one million seconds of successful testing and launch firings at the Stennis Space Center.
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 01.20.04 - Task Order Awarded For Access Card
Maximus, Inc, Reston, Va., will develop a smart card to enhance physical security by authenticating an individual's identity.
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 01.15.04 - New Headquarters Management Alignment
Effective immediately, Headquarters will realign management to better fit the President's new exploration agenda.
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 01.13.04 - President Bush Announces Space Exploration Goals
President George W. Bush will announce the space exploration objectives for the agency Wednesday afternoon.
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 01.12.04 - Chiao Replaces McArthur
Veteran NASA astronaut Leroy Chiao will replace William S. McArthur, Jr., as the commander of Expedition 9.
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 01.07.04 - NASA, Carl's Jr.® And Hardee's® Share 'Cool' Facts With Kids
NASA will share cool facts about its missions and activities with millions of children through a unique collaboration with CKE Restaurants, Inc., parent company of the Carl's Jr. and Hardee's restaurant chains.
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 01.06.04 - NASA Brings Mars Online
Thanks to the Internet, NASA can bring Mars into your living room, to a local Internet cafe, or anywhere else with access to the World Wide Web.
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 01.06.04 - Columbia Crew Memorialized On Mars
NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe today announced plans to name the landing site of the Mars Spirit Rover the Columbia Memorial Station.
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 01.05.04 - NASA Names Assistant Administrator For Legislative Affairs
NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe today named D. Lee Forsgren as the agency's new Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs, effective immediately.
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 12.31.03 - NASA's Year Of Sorrow, Recovery, Progress And Success
Even while mourning the loss of Columbia and the brave STS-107 crew, NASA's workforce began the task of finding the problem, fixing the problem, and preparing to return Space Shuttles to safe flight.
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 12.22.03 - Technology Services Contract Awarded
Science Applications International Corporation will provide information technology services for the Marshall Space Flight Center.
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 12.19.03 - Santa Has Company In The Christmas Sky
From Dec. 23-26, the International Space Station will be visible high overhead cities from New York to Los Angeles.
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 12.19.03 - United Space Alliance Contract Adjustment
NASA modified the Space Flight Operations Contract to support the Space Shuttle Cockpit Avionics Upgrade.
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 12.18.03 - Images From New Space Telescope
The first dazzling images were released today from NASA's newly named Spitzer Space Telescope.
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 12.15.03 - Diversity Business Owners Honored NASA
DiversityBusiness.com named NASA one of the top three government agencies for multicultural business opportunities.
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 12.11.03 - Students Celebrate Centennial of Flight
The Expedition 8 crew will talk with North Carolina students during an educational downlink on Dec. 12 from 10:04 to 10:24 a.m. EST.
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 12.05.03 - Song Soars To Grammy Nomination
Singer Patti LaBelle has been nominated for a Grammy for her rendition of "Way Up There."
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 12.03.03 - NASA Hosts Small Disadvantaged Businesses
The conference attracted 250 small, minority, and women-owned businesses as well as Fortune 500 companies.
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 12.02.03 - Crew For New Space Shuttle Mission
Astronauts Steven Lindsey, Mark Kelly, Carlos Noriega and Michael Fossum will fly on the mission following Return to Flight.
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 12.01.03 - Innovative Educational Tour
Marsapalooza kicks off on Tuesday, Dec. 2, at 10:30 a.m. EST at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
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 11.26.03 - Tianna Shaw Follows Her Dreams
Shaw, a Native American, provides management oversight and leadership for a team of NASA scientists and technicians.
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 11.25.03 - Business Operations, Technical Services
Planners Collaborative will provide professional and para-professional functions for Ames Research Center.
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 11.25.03 - Operations Support Center Contract Awarded
COLSA Corporation of Huntsville, Alabama will provide operations and maintenance and system development services.
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 11.24.03 - Fred Gregory Honored
NASA's Deputy Administrator has been selected as one of 50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology for 2004.
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 11.21.03 - Small Business Proposals Selected
NASA awarded 246 Small Business Innovation Research contracts and 40 Small Business Technology Transfer contracts for $26 million.
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 11.21.03 - Next Station Crew Named
Astronaut William McArthur and Cosmonaut Valery Tokarev will launch for Station on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft in April 2004.
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 11.19.03 - Space Station: Five Years In Orbit
Eight successive crews -- 22 people -- have lived and worked on the orbiting complex since Nov. 2, 2000.
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 11.19.03 - New Space Life Sciences Laboratory
The 100,000 square-foot facility offers research and commercialization opportunities to address key issues in biological sciences.
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 11.19.03 - Astronaut Delivers Keynote Address At National Conference
On Nov. 20-22, the American Indian Science & Engineering Society 25th National Conference will host John Herrington.
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 11.18.03 - NASA Names New Safety Advisory Panel
NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe today announced the new NASA Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP), saying "a stronger, more focused advisory panel will benefit the entire agency well beyond our Return to Flight efforts."
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 11.18.03 - Talk Is Action For NASA's Space Flight Deputy
Lynn Cline is the first to tell you she's all talk. But that's no shortcoming for NASA's Deputy Associate Administrator for the Office of Space Flight.
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 11.14.03 - Leaders For Engineering And Safety Center Named
Ralph Roe Jr. will lead the new NASA Engineering and Safety Center, an independent organization which will coordinate and conduct robust engineering testing and safety assessments to support critical NASA projects and programs.
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 11.12.03 - New Stennis Space Center Deputy Director
Effective December 1, 2003, David Throckmorton will assume his new duties.
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 11.12.03 - NASA Names New Stennis Space Center Director
U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Thomas Q. Donaldson, V will take over as Director of NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center on January 5, 2004.
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 11.12.03 - Rudolphi Named NASA Space Shuttle Propulsion Manager
Michael Rudolphi has been named manager of the Space Shuttle Propulsion Office at NASA' s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., effective December 1, 2003.
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 11.10.03 - Administrator O'Keefe Salutes Veterans
"At NASA, we owe a great debt of gratitude to those military veterans who have brought their knowledge, skills and commitment to achieving great deeds through dedicated teamwork to our Agency."
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 11.5.03 - Space Station Mission Integration Contract
Barrios Technology, Inc. will support mission planning, mission integration, mission operations, international partner integration, and Russian language and logistics services.
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 11.5.03 - Skylab Anniversary Celebration At Von Braun Forum
Eight NASA astronauts who lived and worked on Skylab will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the historic laboratory on Nov. 10, during the annual Von Braun Forum in Huntsville, Ala.
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 11.04.03 - Explorer Mission Proposals Selected
Proposals for feasibility studies will look at the universe -- from Jupiter and the sun to black holes and dark matter.
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 11.04.03 - Tribal College Engineering Programs
Johnson Space Center's Lee Snapp is working with tribal colleges to develop engineering or pre-engineering curriculums.
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 10.23.03 - NASA Accountant Stands Tall
Mark Denton, 37, is an accountant at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) in Huntsville, Ala. His reduced mobility doesn't stand in his way.
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 10.21.03 - Hispanic Scholars Awarded $500,000
Over ten years, the Hispanic College Fund awarded $3.5 million in scholarships to 1,600 Hispanic students.
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 10.22.03 - Historians "Realizing the Dream of Flight."
On Nov. 5, 2003, aerospace historians will gather in Cleveland to honor the Wright Brothers' invention.
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 10.14.03 - Engineer Opens Doors To World Of Science
Growing up in Barrio Amelia, a suburb of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, NASA engineer Felix Soto Toro dreamed of becoming an astronaut.
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 10.15.03 - Chang-Diaz Wins Award
Astronaut Franklin Chang-Diaz, a world-class rocket propulsion scientist, won Discover Magazine's 2003 Innovation Award for Space Science and Technology.
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 10.14.03 - NASA Administrator Marks China's Space Milestone
"This launch is an important achievement in the history of human exploration," said Sean O'Keefe. China is the third nation to launch humans into space.
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 10.14.03 - Columbia Recovery Office Moves
Moving the office to the Kennedy Space Center allows NASA to store and coordinate Shuttle debris at one location. Call the hotline if you find Columbia debris.
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 10.10.03 - New Historian Named
Dr. Steven J. Dick, a well-known expert in the field of astrobiology, will assume his duties at NASA on November 3.
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 10.10.03 - Space Flight Operations Contract Modifications
United Space Alliance will support Orbiter and Solid Rocket Booster modification, launch pad refurbishment, and flight operations for the Shuttle and Station.
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 10.09.03 - Honeywell Technology Solutions Awarded Contract
The Mission Operations and Mission Services contract supports all spacecraft flight mission phases including formulation, development and operations for prime mission and extended mission for the Goddard Space Flight Center.
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 10.09.03 - Information Technology Services Contract
QSS Group Inc. of Lanham, Md. will provide products and services to maintain a stable computer system at the Ames Research Center.
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 10.09.03 - Dream of Space Inspired Youth
Growing up as a boy in Mexico, Eduardo Adams built his first rockets out of discarded wood, empty cans, bottles.
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 10.09.03 - Contract Award to Honeywell Technology Solutions
The Near Earth Networks Services (NENS) contract covers administration of the Space and Ground Networks contract team, hardware and software development, and systems engineering.
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 10.08.03 - NASA Selects Allied Team To Provide Hypersonic Vehicles
Allied Aerospace Industries has been selected to provide three flight-ready experimental demonstrator vehicles that will fly approximately 5,000 miles per hour or seven times the speed of sound.
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 10.06.03 - Earth Crew Webcast
Students, families and educators across America will participate in the first of six educational webcasts on Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 10:15 a.m. EDT.
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 10.02.03 - New Recruitment Project
NASA needs a new generation of talented college students from diverse backgrounds with science, technology, engineering and math skills.
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 09.29.03 - Engineering Services Contract Extended
Lockheed Martin Space Operations Co. in Houston will continue providing engineering, scientific and technical support to research and development laboratories and projects for the Johnson Space Center.
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 09.29.03 - Mission Support Operations Contract
Lockheed Martin Space Operations Co. in Houston will provide mission operations and ground planning systems support space flight programs.
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 09.26.03 - 45 Years of Exploration and Discovery
Watch NASA TV on Oct. 1 for a live program featuring Administrator O'Keefe, Educator Astronaut Barbara Morgan and school students.
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 09.24.03 - Engineer Proud of NASA's Diversity
A front-row seat for the first shuttle mission got Indian-born engineer Dr. Shamim Rahman hooked on the space program, and he's never looked back.
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 09.23.03 - Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel Resigns
Congress first chartered the Panel after the 1967 Apollo 1 fire to advise NASA on the safety of operations, facilities, and personnel.
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 09.22.03 - Minority Contractors Honored
NASA named Zin Technologies, Inc. as Minority Contractor of the Year; Arcata Associates, Inc. as Minority Subcontractor of the Year; and Analytical Services, Inc. as Women Owned Business of the Year.
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 09.22.03 - Deep Space Network Operations Contract
ITT Industries of White Plains, N.Y., won a five-year $274 million subcontract for operations and maintenance of NASA's U.S. and international facilities.
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 09.17.03 - InDyne, Inc. Awarded Contract
The contract provides communications services to support the Space Shuttle, International Space Station, Payload Carriers and Launch Services.
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 09.18.03 - DC-area Federal Offices Closed Sept. 19
NASA Headquarters employees should check this site for status for Friday, Sept. 19.
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 09.16.03 - University of California Awarded Contract
The contract calls for creation of a University Affiliated Research Center to help attract and retain the best researchers and expand fundamental research.
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 09.10.03 - Testimony before the House of Representatives on the Columbia Investigation report
Sean O'Keefe appeared before the House Committee on Science to respond to the Columbia Accident Investigation Board final report.
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 09.04.03 - Testimony before the Senate on the Columbia Investigation report
Sean O'Keefe appeared before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation to respond to the Columbia Accident Investigation Board final report.
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 09.04.03 - Private Company to Fly NASA Experiment
The technology represents the next generation of highly integrated low power, low mass spacecraft avionics.
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 09.03.03 - New Chief Scientist
Veteran astronaut, astronomer, and astrophysicist Dr. John M. Grunsfeld succeeds Shannon Lucid.
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 09.03.03 - Apollo Engineer Honored
Margaret Hamilton received NASA's Exceptional Space Act Award for her scientific and technical contributions.
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 09.03.03 - James Webb Telescope Contract Modification
The changes will accommodate an August 2011 launch date.
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 09.02.03 - Agency Software Development Honored
The SeaWiFS Data Analysis System (SeaDAS) and NASGRO® won the 2003 Software of the Year Awards.
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 08.29.03 - First African-American In Space
Guy Bluford, one of three African-Americans in the 1978 astronaut class, made history on STS-8.
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 08.27.03 - Brown Family Statement
Family members of Columbia astronaut Dave Brown stated, "Now it is time to study and implement the report, and to resume exploration."
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 08.26.03 - Chandra X-Ray Observatory Contract
The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory will provide science and flight operations in Cambridge, Mass.
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 08.26.03 - Administrator Accepts Columbia Accident Report
"The findings and recommendations of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board will serve as NASA's blueprint," assured Sean O'Keefe.
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 08.13.03 - Maryland Company Awarded Contract
ASRC Aerospace Corporation, an Alaska Native Corporation, will provide engineering design and hardware development for Ames.
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 08.11.03 - Michael O'Brien Named New Chief of External Relations
O'Brien replaces John Schumacher who became the NASA Chief of Staff in July.
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 08.08.03 - Donald J. Campbell Selected As NASA Deputy Administrator Special Assistant
Effective Oct. 1, Campbell will become Special Assistant for Nuclear and Alternative Power Generation Systems.
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 08.08.03 - Dr. Julian M. Earls Selected To Lead NASA Glenn Research Center
NASA Deputy Administrator Frederick D. Gregory today announced Dr. Julian M. Earls as the new Center Director for the agency's Glenn Research Center (GRC) in Cleveland, effective Oct. 1.
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 08.08.03 - Scisat Launch Set For Tuesday
The Canadian Space Agency's Scientific Satellite Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment is scheduled to launch on Tuesday, August 12, between 10:05 and 11:02 p.m. EDT.
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 07.30.03 - Administrator Speaks At Earth Observation Summit
The news conference will begin at 10:05 a.m. with media access from 9:15 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. EDT.
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 07.30.03 - Exhibit Commemorates Centennial Of Flight
The exhibit is on view in the Kisho Kurokawa Gallery of Architecture from August 2, 2003 through February 8, 2004.
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 07.30.03 - Agency Leaders Look To The Future
Officials met July 29 to discuss resumption of Space Station assembly and opportunities for this world-class research facility.
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 07.25.03 - Return To Flight Task Group Members Named
NASA today released the names of the Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group (SCTG).
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 07.18.03 - NASA Extends Spacesuit Contract
The extension, worth $26 million, includes responsibility for the U.S. spacesuit used by "spacewalkers" -- astronauts working outside the space vehicle.
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 07.15.03 - Independent Engineering And Safety Center Created
Drawing on 250 talented employees throughout NASA, the Langley Research Center will independently assess all NASA programs and projects.
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 07.14.03 - Marshall Space Flight Center Deputy Director
Rex Geveden will succeed David King, who became Center Director on June 15.
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 07.14.03 - Kennedy Space Center Deputy Director
Effective August 31, Woodrow Whitlow will succeed James W. Kennedy, who becomes Center Director on August 10.
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 07.02.03 - Langley Center Director Names Assistant
Effective August 10, Ralph Roe will assist General Bridges in the development of new agency safety initiatives.
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 06.26.03 - New Kennedy Space Center Chief
James Kennedy will succeed General Roy Bridges, who will lead NASA's Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va.
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 06.25.03 - New Financial Management Tools Unite NASA
All 10 NASA field centers converted to the same system to pay bills and manage financial accounts.
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 06.10.03 - Associate Administrator For Aerospace Technology Retiring
Effective July 3, Dr. Jeremiah Creedon will join the faculty at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va.
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 06.10.03 - Astronaut Begins New Adventure
James Voss, veteran of five Shuttle flights and Station Expedition 2 crewmember, accepts an Associate Dean's position at Auburn University in Alabama.
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 06.03.03 - Solar System Ambassador in Iraq 
Pick a title -- Solar System Ambassador, Army Captain, Doctor -- Keith Steinhurst answers the call...even to serve in Iraq.
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 05.27.03 - Schumacher Named New Chief Of Staff
John Schumacher, currently NASA's Assistant Administrator for External Relations, replaces Courtney Stadd, who is returning to the private sector in July.
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 05.27.03 - Chief Of Staff will Return to Private Sector
Courtney Stadd announced plans to leave NASA effective July 4. Administrator O'Keefe praised Stadd's dedication to the President and NASA.
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 05.23.03 - Marshall Center Director Chosen
David A. King, deputy director of the Marshall Space Flight Center, will succeed Arthur G. Stephenson as center director when Stephenson steps down June 15.
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 05.20.03 - Marshall Center Director Steps Down
Stephenson will promote NASA's education efforts from the National Space Science and Technology Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
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 05.14.03 - Proyecto Access targets Hispanic students
On May 15-16, NASA will train faculty on the intensive eight-week math and science curriculum.
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 05.07.03 - Senior Official Receives Achievement Award
Dr Dorothy Hayden-Watkins will be honored for her successful career that spans more than 25 years.
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 05.01.03 - Testimony on 2004 NASA Budget
Sean O'Keefe testified before the Senate Subcommittee on VA-HUD-Independent Agencies of the Committee on Appropriations.
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 05.01.03 - Harriett G. Jenkins Fellowships Awarded
21 Pre-doctoral students received financial support to continue their education in NASA-related disciplines.
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 04.30.03 - Administrator Announces Fellowship Awardees
The Program increases minority-serving institutions' participation in NASA's research and development.
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 04.23.03 - Shuttle Program Manager Resigns
Ron Dittemore will remain until the Columbia Accident Investigation Board finishes its investigation.
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 04.08.03 - Testimony on 2004 NASA Budget
Sean O'Keefe testified before the Subcommittee on House VA-HUD-Independent Agencies of the Committee on Appropriations.
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 04.01.03 - EG&G Technical Services Awarded Contract
Gaithersburg, MD company selected to provide institutional services for Marshall Space Flight Center.
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 03.31.03 - Small Business Awarded Multi-Million Dollar Contract
Call Henry, Inc., a small business in Cocoa, Fla., will provide maintenance and repair services for for the Glenn Research Center.
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 03.28.03 - Condolences for Helicopter Crew
Our sincere condolences to the families of the helicopter crew members killed in the accident searching for debris from Columbia in the Angelina National Forest in east Texas.
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 03.26.03 - Commercial & Government Inventions
The Video Image Stabilization and Registration System (VISAR) received NASA's Commercial Invention of the Year. Computer Implemented Empirical Mode Decomposition Method won the NASA Government Invention of the Year award.
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