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1999 Releases

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December

Ames Researchers Confirm New Technique, Extra-Solar Planet (Dec. 21, 1999)

Astrobiology Symposium to Focus on Searching for Life (Dec. 14, 1999)

TV Live Shots - NASA Virtual Airport Tower (Dec. 14, 1999)

NASA Opens New Virtual Airport Control Tower at Ames (Dec. 10, 1999)

Antarctica's Frozen Slice of Life Offers Clues to Life Elsewhere (Dec. 9, 1999)

Huge Airship Arrives at Moffett Field for Maintenance (Dec. 7, 1999)

News Media Invited to Tour New Virtual Airport Control Tower (Dec. 6, 1999)

Mars Experts to Answer Questions During Internet Webcasts (Dec. 1, 1999)

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November

Stormy Night for Astrobiologists Studying Leonid Meteors (Nov. 18, 1999)

International Science Team to Examine Arctic Ozone (Nov. 18, 1999)

Galileo Probe Results Suggest Jupiter Had an Ancient, Chilly Past (Nov. 17, 1999)

First Night of Leonid Mission Successful for Astrobiologists (Nov. 17, 1999)

NASA Ames to Host Computational Astrobiology Symposium (Nov. 17, 1999)

Robot Win Prompts NASA to Award Trophy to a Local High School (Nov. 16, 1999)

Astrobiologists Flying High to Study Leonid Meteors (Nov. 15, 1999)

NASA to Grant $480,000 to Inspire High School Youth (Nov. 10, 1999)

Symposium to Highlight Societal Implications of Astrobiology (Nov. 10, 1999)

Mars Climate Orbiter Investigation Board to Release Report (Nov. 9, 1999)

NASA Scientists to Show Glimpse of Future (Nov. 8, 1999)

New Partnership to Have Major Economic Impact (Nov. 4, 1999)

Airborne Observatory's Telescope Weight Reduced (Nov. 2, 1999)

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October

NASA Quest "Webcasts" Live, Interactive Events For Students (Oct. 19, 1999)

NASA Unveils Vision for Future of Aeronautics (Oct. 15, 1999)

No Water Ice Detected From Lunar Prospector Impact (Oct. 13, 1999)

Apollo 13 Astronaut Jim Lovell, Former Oakland Raider George Atkinson to Visit NASA Ames (Oct. 12, 1999)

Live TV Interview Opportunity with Space Robot Inventor on Oct. 13th (issued Oct. 7, 1999)

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September

NASA Teams With Swedish Firm To Study Changes In Astronauts' Spines (Sept. 28, 1999)

NASA Sponsors "Mars Millennium" Internet Webcast (Sept. 27, 1999)

NASA Researcher Finds Evidence That The Universe May Be Younger Than Previously Thought (Sept. 24, 1999)

NASA Ames to Host Collapsed Structure Simulation (Sept. 23, 1999)

NASA Rotorcraft Visionaries Look to the Future (Sept. 22, 1999)

NASA Forms Independent Industry-Government Team to Review Shuttle Maintenance and Refurbishment Practices (Sept. 20, 1999)

NASA Seeks Odd Organisms Living At The Upper Heat Limit Of Life (Sept. 16, 1999)

NASA Developing Autonomous Robot For Future Space Missions (Sept. 8, 1999)

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August

Famed NASA Pioneer Project Manager Charles Hall Dead At 79 (August 27, 1999)

NASA To Release First Images From Chandra X-ray Observatory (August 25, 1999)

Famed NASA Aerodynamicist R.T. Jones Dies After Lengthy Illness (August 11, 1999)

NASA Space Age Software Applications Win Top Awards (August 5, 1999)

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July

Lunar Prospector Mission Update, July 31, 5:45 a.m. PDT (July 31, 1999)

Creative Impact Experiment to Mark end of Lunar Prospector (July 28, 1999)

New info. included> NASA Ames to Host Space Shuttle Development Conference (July 26, 1999)

NASA Ames to Host Space Shuttle Development Conference (July 22, 1999)

Note to TV Producers: Smashing Science - So Long Lunar Prospector! (July 22, 1999)

NASA to Study Weather on Remote Pacific Atoll (July 21, 1999)

Tiny Chemical Lab Precursor to Fly Aboard Next Space Shuttle (July 15, 1999)

NASA Briefing Highlights Ames' Role in STS-93 Shuttle Mission (July 1, 1999)

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June

Three NASA Projects Chosen As "Discover Award" Finalists (June 22, 1999)

NASA Live Robotics Internet Course to Begin June 30 (June 10, 1999)

NASA to Host Flag Day at Moffett Federal Airfield (June 10, 1999)

NASA Ames Modifies Contract Award for Software Verification (June 8, 1999)

Remote Agent Experiment Meets All Objectives (June 7, 1999)

Lunar Prospector Set to Make Science "Splash" (June 2, 1999)

San Jose Symphony to Perform Free Concert at Flint Center (June 1, 1999)

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May

Deep Space 1 Mission Status (Remote Agent Software Experiment) (May 20, 1999)

Noted Astrobiologists to Discuss Detection of Planets, Search for Life (May 19, 1999)

Text of a Speech by NASA Administrator Daniel S. Goldin About Astrobiology (May 18, 1999)

Nobel Prize Winner to Lead NASA Astrobiology Institute (May 18, 1999)

Computer Program Assumes Spacecraft Command (May 17, 1999)

NASA Administrator to Deliver Major Address on Astrobiology (May 17, 1999)

Attention broadcasters, Astrobiology live shot opportunities available (May 17, 1999)

NASA Ames to Welcome New Astrobiology Institute Director (May 13, 1999)

NASA Using Robotic Aircraft to Study Subtropic Climate (May 5, 1999)

NASA Telemedicine: Improving Health from a Distance (May 3, 1999)

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April

NASA to Demonstrate Space Telemedicine at Five Sites on Earth (April 29, 1999)

NASA Ames to Host Student Mini-robot Competition (April 28, 1999)

NASA to Host "Transportation for the New Millennium" on April 22 (released April 20, 1999)

NASA Astronaut Steve Robinson to Give Briefing at Ames (released April 15, 1999)

NASA Licenses New Educational Mars Virtual Exploration CD-ROM (April 15, 1999)

NASA Testing New Aircraft Safety Flight Control Software (April 14, 1999)

Scientists to Report Findings From 1998 Leonid Meteor Shower (April 9, 1999)

NASA Ames to Host Transit Public Forum April 12th (released April 8, 1999)

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March

Lunar Data Support Idea That Collision Split Earth, Moon (March 16, 1999)

Scientists to Announce Potential Tool for Forecasting Enormous Solar Eruptions (March 8, 1999)

NASA Begins Testing Replica of Historic 1903 Wright Flyer (March 3, 1999)

Wright Flyer Briefing/Photo Opportunity (released March 1, 1999)

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February

Robotic Rover, Spacesuited Geologist Work Together in Test of Future Exploration (February 25, 1999)

NASA Ames to Host JASON Project Rainforest Science Activities for 14,000 Local Students (February 25, 1999)

NASA Ames to Host Western Regional Robot Games for Students (February 23, 1999)

Astrobiologists Find Clues to Origin of Life (February 18, 1999)

JASON Project 'Bug-Catcher' Contest Winners Announced (February 4, 1999)

X-33 Metallic Heat Shield 'Ready for Flight' (February 3, 1999)

Images of a concept for a Mars Airplane (February 1, 1999)

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January

NASA FY 2000 Budget Materials Available on NASA Web Site (January 28, 1999)

Lower Lunar Prospector Orbit to Provide Unprecedented Close-up Views of Moon's Features (January 28, 1999)

NASA FY 2000 Budget Briefing Scheduled (January 28, 1999)

NASA Uses Internet to Feature Women, the First in their Fields (January 28, 1999)

Fletcher Named Director of Aeronautics at NASA Ames (January 26, 1999)

Crown Prince of the Netherlands to Visit NASA Ames (January 25, 1999)

NASA to Brief News Media about Astrobiology (January 22, 1999)

NASA Scientists, Engineers will talk to Students on the Internet During Black History Month (January 21, 1999)

NASA Ames Research Center to Host YWCA TechGYRLS Day January 23 (released January 20, 1999)

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