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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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11.28.05 - NASA Announces Joint News Briefing
At 10 a.m. EST Wednesday, ESA presents the latest Huygens probe and Mars Express orbiter results during back-to-back briefings from the agency's Paris headquarters.
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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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11.23.05 - 'Harry Potter' Screened for NASA Space Station Astronaut
International Space Station Commander Bill McArthur got a very special viewing of "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" this week.
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11.23.05 - ISS Status Report: SS05-055
The ISS crew will enjoy a day off Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving. The holiday highlights a week of robotics operations and routine maintenance.
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11.22.05 - Shuttle Status Report: S05-033
Technicians continue to process Discovery in Orbiter Processing Facility Bay 3 for NASA's second space shuttle Return to Flight test mission, STS-121.
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11.21.05 - New Technologies Can Help Quiet the Skies
The three-week flight test program, called the Quiet Technology Demonstrator 2, confirmed the effectiveness of a number of significant airplane noise reduction concepts.
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11.18.05 - NASA Selects Small Business and Technology Transfer Projects
NASA has selected 300 Small Business Innovation Research and 40 Small Business Technology Transfer research proposals.
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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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11.18.05 - First Hispanics Leading Mission Control Team
Ginger Kerrick and Richard Jones manage and carry out shuttle flights and station expeditions.
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11.18.05 - ISS Status Report: SS05-054
Flight Engineer Tokarev undocked the spacecraft at 3:46 a.m. EST, while the station orbited 225 miles above the Atlantic, and docked to the nearby Zarya module at 4:05 a.m. EST.
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11.16.05 - Expendable Launch Vehicle Status Report: E05-018
CALIPSO and CloudSat are installed within the Dual Payload Attach Fitting at the Astrotech payload processing facilities.
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11.16.05 - Space Shuttle Program Media Update
NASA will brief news media about the Space Shuttle Program at 2 p.m. EST, Tuesday, Nov. 22.
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11.16.05 - Administrator's Statement on Passage of FY 2006 Budget
"NASA's FY 2006 funding bill of $16.5 billion—0.7 percent of the federal budget—will enable continued space shuttle operations and international space station assembly."
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11.16.05 - NASA Honors Astronaut Walter Schirra
NASA honored veteran astronaut Walter M. Schirra, Jr., as an Ambassador of Exploration today during a ceremony at the San Diego Aerospace Museum.
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11.14.05 - NASA TV Airs Space Station Soyuz Move
The residents of the International Space Station will take a spin around the block in their Soyuz spacecraft Friday.
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11.10.05 - High School Students Talk Live With Crew
NASA Deputy Administrator Shana Dale, U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings and students at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology will participate in a live downlink from Expedition 12, which begins at 9:30 a.m. EST on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
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11.10.05 - Shuttle Status Report: S05-032
The remote manipulator system, or space shuttle arm, that was removed from orbiter Atlantis was transferred to the processing facility Tuesday.
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11.10.05 - ISS Status Report: SS05-053
Expedition 12 Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev get a special musical wakeup call this weekend as Paul McCartney connects with them live from a concert in Anaheim, Calif.
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11.10.05 - Paul McCartney Plays Live to Station on Sunday
The International Space Station crew will receive a special live musical wakeup call during a first-ever concert linkup.
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