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 12.14.07 - NASA Corrects Holiday Greeting Release
A Dec. 13 NASA media advisory incorrectly said the public could select a NASA-themed e-postcard to send to friends. That feature, which is planned for the future, is not yet available.
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 12.13.07 - NASA Sends Spacecraft on Mission to Comet Hartley 2
NASA has approved the retargeting of the EPOXI mission for a flyby of comet Hartley 2 on Oct. 11, 2010.
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 12.13.07 - NASA Targets Space Shuttle Atlantis Launch on Jan. 10
NASA's Space Shuttle Program managers have targeted Jan. 10 for the launch of shuttle Atlantis' STS-122 mission to the International Space Station.
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 12.13.07 - NASA Invites Public to Send Holiday Greetings to Space Station
Many people will travel for the holidays, but no one will be farther from home than the astronauts aboard the International Space Station.
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 12.12.07 - NASA Updates Media Accreditation Deadlines for Next Shuttle Mission
With the launch of space shuttle Atlantis postponed until no earlier than Jan. 2, NASA has updated its media accreditation deadlines.
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 12.12.07 - NASA Selects Prime Contractor for Ares I Rocket Avionics
NASA has selected The Boeing Company as the prime contractor to produce, deliver and install avionics systems for the Ares I rocket that will launch the Orion crew exploration vehicle into orbit.
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 12.12.07 - Supersonic Flight Pioneer Welcomed Into First Flight Shrine
Aeronautics engineer Richard T. Whitcomb, whose NASA research made supersonic flight possible, will join other aerospace pioneers when he is inducted into the Paul E. Garber First Flight Shrine on Dec. 17.
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 12.11.07 - Station Crew, NASA Managers Hold News Conferences Thursday
NASA will hold two news conferences Thursday, Dec. 13, to discuss the status of the International Space Station and the work of the Expedition 16 crew.
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 12.11.07 - NASA Lightning Researcher to Appear on "ABC News 20/20"
A NASA engineer who flew in a plane that was struck by lightning hundreds of times will be featured in a segment that airs on the ABC News program "20/20" this Friday, Dec. 14, at 10 p.m. EST.
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 12.11.07 - Amazing GRACE Team Receives Prestigious Award
A mission that has changed the way we study Earth's gravitational forces has been recognized by a prestigious award for helping scientists better understand our home planet.
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 12.11.07 - Mission to Reveal Moon's Internal Structure and Evolution
NASA's Associate Administrator for Science Alan Stern announced the selection of a new mission that will peer deep inside the moon to reveal its anatomy and history.
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 12.11.07 - Teleconference About Space Shuttle Launch Plan
NASA will host a media teleconference with Space Shuttle Program Manager Wayne Hale at approximately 2:30 p.m. CST, Tuesday, Dec. 11, to discuss the status of shuttle Atlantis' launch on the upcoming STS-122 mission.
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 12.10.07 - International Group Plans Strategy for Mars Sample Return Mission
NASA and an international team are developing plans and seeking recommendations to launch the first Mars mission to bring soil samples back to Earth.
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 12.10.07 - NASA Deputy Administrator Visits Central America
On Wednesday, Dec. 12, NASA's Deputy Administrator Shana Dale will join NASA researchers to brief reporters about the agency's Earth sciences activities in Central America and their benefits to the region.
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 12.10.07 - NASA Announces Discovery of Assault by a Black Hole
Astronomers will hold a media teleconference Monday, Dec. 17, at 1 pm EST to announce the discovery of a first-of-its-kind phenomenon involving a black hole and a neighboring galaxy.
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 12.09.07 - NASA Targets Space Shuttle Atlantis Launch on Jan. 2
Space shuttle Atlantis' STS-122 mission to the ISS now is targeted to launch no earlier than Jan. 2 from NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
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 12.09.07 - NASA Postpones Shuttle Atlantis Launch
NASA delayed Sunday's scheduled launch of space shuttle Atlantis after a failure occurred in a fuel sensor system.
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 12.08.07 - Atlantis to Launch Sunday
Shuttle will take the European Columbus lab to the space station.
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 12.07.07 - Atlantis to Launch No Earlier Than Sunday
Targeted launch time is 3:21 p.m. EST.
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 12.07.07 - Veteran Astronaut and Spacewalker Robert Curbeam Leaves NASA
NASA astronaut Robert Curbeam, Jr., has left NASA to take a job in the private sector.
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