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1996 Kennedy News Releases

    1-96 -- January 8, 1996
    MISSION STS-72 EVENTS, NEWS CENTER OPERATING HOURS SET

    2-96 -- January 9, 1996
    SPACE SHUTTLE MISSION STS-72 LAUNCH COUNTDOWN UNDERWAY

    3-96 -- January 9, 1996
    PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPOSURE GUIDELINES FOR NIGHT SPACE SHUTTLE LAUNCHES

    4-96 -- January 18, 1996
    KSC SPONSORS COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT EXPO

    5-96 -- February 1996
    STS-75: COLUMBIA - TETHERED SATELLITE SYSTEM-1R (TSS-1R)/UNITED STATES MICROGRAVITY PAYLOAD-3 (USMP-3)

    6-96 -- January 18, 1996
    ENDEAVOUR SCHEDULED TO LAND AT KSC

    7-96 -- January 18, 1996
    KSC NEWS CENTER HOURS OF OPERATION FOR LANDING OPERATIONS

    N96-3 -- January 19, 1996
    LAUNCHES AND SCIENCE BRIEFINGS SCHEDULED FOR POLAR AND NEAR

    8-96 -- January 25, 1996
    KSC AWARDS TWO PAYLOAD PROCESSING CONTRACTS

    9-96 -- January 22, 1996
    EVENTS PLANNED TO COMMEMORATE 10TH CHALLENGER ANNIVERSARY

    N96-4 -- January 26, 1996
    LAUNCH OF NEAR ON SCHEDULE, POLAR LAUNCH RETARGETED; POLAR SCIENCE BRIEFING RESCHEDULED

    10-96 -- January 26, 1996
    LAUNCH OF NEAR ON SCHEDULE--POLAR LAUNCH RETARGETED

    11-96 -- January 29, 1996
    NEAR SPACECRAFT PHOTO OPPORTUNITY SCHEDULED AT KSC JAN. 31

    12-96 -- January 30, 1996
    TCDT MEDIA OPPORTUNITIES WITH STS-75 CREW SET FOR THIS WEEK

    13-96 -- January 1996
    CHALLENGES AND TRIUMPHS MARK BUSY 1995 AT KENNEDY SPACE CENTER

    14-96 -- March 1996
    CHRONOLOGY OF EXPENDABLE VEHICLE LAUNCHES SINCE 1990 INVOLVING NASA

    15-96 -- February 6, 1996
    NEAR SCHEDULED FOR LAUNCH ABOARD DELTA ROCKET FEB. 16

    16-96 -- February 2, 1996
    NASA TEAMS WITH INDUSTRY TO FIGHT STRUCTURAL CORROSION PROBLEM

    17-96 -- February 15, 1996
    POLAR TO BE LAUNCHED AT VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE FEB. 22

    18-96 -- February 9, 1996
    NASA MANAGERS SET FEBRUARY 22 AS LAUNCH DATE FOR 75TH SPACE SHUTTLE MISSION

    19-96 -- February 1996
    STS-76/ATLANTIS: SHUTTLE/MIR MISSION-3

    20-96 -- February 14, 1996
    DELTA/NEAR TOWER ROLLBACK PHOTO OPPORTUNITY SET FEB. 16; REPLAY PLANNED ON NASA TELEVISION

    21-96 -- February 15, 1996
    SPACE SHUTTLE MISSION STS-75 LAUNCH COUNTDOWN TO BEGIN MONDAY

    22-96 -- February 16, 1996
    MISSION STS-75 EVENTS, NEWS CENTER OPERATING HOURS SET 

    24-96 -- March 5, 1996
    KSC AWARDS $1.8 MILLION CONTRACT FOR ORBITER INSULATION IMPROVEMENTS

    25-96 -- March 1, 1996
    KSC EMPLOYEES TO CARRY OLYMPIC TORCH

    26-96 -- March 1, 1996
    KSC ESTABLISHES TEACHER RESOURCE CENTER IN PUERTO RICO

    27-96 -- March 1, 1996
    KSC BRANCH CHIEF NAMED ENGINEER OF THE YEAR

    28-96 -- March 1, 1996
    TCDT MEDIA OPPORTUNITY WITH STS-76 CREW SET FOR NEXT WEEK

    29-96 -- March 6, 1996
    NASA JOINS WITH INDUSTRY TO DEVELOP INNOVATIVE FLOW METER

    30-96 -- March 4, 1996
    E-MAIL USERS NOW HAVE ACCESS TO KSC ISSUED STATUS REPORTS AND PRESS RELEASES

    31-96 -- March 7, 1996
    COLUMBIA SCHEDULED TO LAND AT KSC

    N96-18 -- March 11, 1996
    MANAGERS TARGET MARCH 21 AS LAUNCH DATE FOR NEXT SHUTTLE MISSION

    32-96 -- March 15, 1996
    SPACE SHUTTLE MISSION STS-76 LAUNCH COUNTDOWN TO BEGIN MARCH 18

    33-96 -- March 15, 1996
    MISSION STS-76 EVENTS, NEWS CENTER OPERATING HOURS SET

    N96-21 -- March 18, 1996
    TUESDAY BRIEFINGS INCLUDE NASA BUDGET PRESS CONFERENCE

    N96-22 -- March 18, 1996
    STS-76 COUNTDOWN BRIEFINGS/LAUNCH COVERAGE--MARCH 18-21

    34-96 -- March 19, 1996
    SPACE SHUTTLE WEATHER LAUNCH COMMIT CRITERIA AND KSC END OF MISSION WEATHER LANDING CRITERIA

    35-96 -- March 29, 1996
    PRESS SITE HOURS ADJUSTED FOR MISSION STS-76 LANDING

    36-96 -- April 15, 1996
    DAUGHTER'S DAY SCHEDULED FOR NASA EMPLOYEES APRIL 18

    37-96 -- April 11, 1996
    KSC TO HIGHLIGHT NASA TECHNOLOGY AT AIRSHOW

    38-96
    KSC TO HOST ANNUAL COMMUNITY LEADERS BREAKFAST ON APRIL 19

    39-96-1
    NASA HONORS KENNEDY SPACE CENTER EMPLOYEES

    39-96-2
    DAVID R. COX HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-3
    TRICIA M. KOGER HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-4
    BETH A. VRIONI HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-5
    MARK S. ROSATO HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-6
    TERESA M. LAWHORN HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-7
    MICHAEL J. LONERGAN HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-8
    JAMES A. DEVAULT HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-9
    SHARON SHEW GOLDSMITH HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-10
    WILLIAM E. COOK HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-11
    CECIL G. BOGGS JR. HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-12
    MARY ANN JACKSON HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-13
    EVELYN L. OTT HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-14A
    KELLY ALAN GEROUX HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-14B
    KELLY ALAN GEROUX HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-15
    CATHERINE A. PARNELL HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-16A
    KENNETH T. SALTZ HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    39-96-16B
    KENNETH T. SALTZ HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    41-96 -- April 17, 1996
    SHUTTLE BOOSTER TRAINING DEVICE BECOMES PART OF MARINE REEF

    42-96
    TCDT MEDIA OPPORTUNITY WITH STS-77 CREW SET FOR NEXT WEEK

    43-96
    EFFORTS UNDERWAY TO RELOCATE KSC'S SATURN V COMPONENTS

    44-96
    NASA MANAGER, ALAN J. PARRISH, HONORED BY GEORGIA TECH

    45-96
    NASA MANAGER, ALAN J. PARRISH, HONORED BY GEORGIA TECH

    46-96
    SPACE SHUTTLE INSULATION COOLS NASCAR DRIVER IN DAYTONA TEST

    48-96
    FIVE KSC WORKERS HONORED BY NASA ASTRONAUTS

    49-96
    NEW KSC-DEVELOPED NON-ABRASIVE CLEANING SYSTEM LICENSED TO INDUSTRY

    50-96
    STS-77 ENDEAVOUR: SPACEHAB-4/SPARTAN 207 IAE/TEAMS

    51-96
    CO2 EXPERIMENTS AT KSC MAY "CLEAR THE AIR" ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUESTIONS

    52-96
    TWO KSC EMPLOYEES NAMED ASTRONAUT CANDIDATES

    53-96
    JOAN E. HIGGINBOTHAM SELECTED AS NASA ASTRONAUT CANDIDATE

    54-96
    FERNANDO "FRANK" CALDEIRO SELECTED AS NASA ASTRONAUT CANDIDATE

    N96-31
    NASA SETS MAY 19 AS LAUNCH DATE FOR MISSION STS-77

    55-96
    PHOTO OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE FOR MOVE OF KSC’S SATURN V FIRST STAGE

    56-96
    THOUSANDS OF TINY SEA ANIMALS HELP NASA, CSA ANSWER BIG LIFE SCIENCE QUESTIONS

    57-96
    MISSION STS-77 EVENTS, NEWS CENTER OPERATING HOURS SET

    58-96
    SPACE SHUTTLE MISSION STS-77 LAUNCH COUNTDOWN TO BEGIN MAY 16

    59-96-1
    KENNY E. AGUILAR RECEIVES THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTER DIRECTOR’S AWARD

    59-96-2
    MALCOLM W. FULLER RECEIVES 40-YEAR SERVICE AWARD

    59-96-3
    JOHN B. PLOWDEN AWARDED THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTER PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL

    59-96-4
    WALTER J. STAMPLEY HONORED AS 1996 KENNEDY SPACE CENTER EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AWARD RECIPIENT

    59-96-5
    DR. JAMES W. WRIGHT HONORED AS RECIPIENT OF THE 1996 NASA OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP MEDAL

    59-96-6
    ROGER C. GREEK AWARDED THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTER PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL

    59-96-7
    FRANCES M. BRAUER HONORED AS KENNEDY SPACE CENTER’S 1996 SECRETARY OF THE YEAR

    59-96-8
    GEORGE H. HUGHES, JR. RECEIVES 40-YEAR SERVICE AWARD

    59-96-9
    DR. RICHARD H. JOLLEY AWARDED THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTER PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL

    59-96-10
    P. THOMAS BREAKFIELD RECEIVES THE MERITORIOUS EXECUTIVE RANK AWARD

    59-96-11
    JOHN T. CONWAY RECEIVES THE DISTINGUISHED EXECUTIVE RANK AWARD

    59-96-12
    ROBERT B. SIECK RECEIVES THE DISTINGUISHED EXECUTIVE RANK AWARD

    59-96-13
    MICHAEL B. RENFROE AWARDED THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTER PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL

    60-96-1
    DR. IRENE D. LONG HONORED BY THE AEROSPACE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

    60-96-2
    DR. G. WYCKLIFFE HOFFLER HONORED BY THE AEROSPACE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

    61-96
    NATURAL GAS VEHICLE FUEL STATION TO OPEN AT KSC MAY 30

    62-96 -- June 7, 1996
    KSC ASSISTS AT VALUJET CRASH SITE

    63-96
    POSTFLIGHT MEDIA OPPORTUNITY WITH AQUATIC RESEARCH FACILITY

    64-96
    ENDEAVOUR SCHEDULED TO LAND AT KSC

    66-96
    TCDT MEDIA OPPORTUNITY WITH STS-78 CREW SET FOR NEXT WEEK

    67-96
    STS-78: COLUMBIA/LIFE AND MICROGRAVITY SPACELAB (LMS)

    68-96
    TWO WORKERS HONORED BY NASA ASTRONAUTS

    N96-38
    NASA SETS JUNE 20 AS LAUNCH DATE FOR MISSION STS-78

    69-96
    SONS' DAY SCHEDULED FOR NASA EMPLOYEES JUNE 14

    70-96
    NASA-KSC, PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE AND CANAVERAL AIR STATION C0-SPONSOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BRIEFING

    71-96
    KSC BEGINS LONG TERM STUDY ON RELIABILITY OF ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM

    72-96 -- June 6, 1996
    KSC EMPLOYEES RECEIVE PRESTIGIOUS SPACE ACT AWARD

    73-96
    PHOTO OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE FOR MOTORCYCLISTS' RIDE THROUGH KSC

    74-96
    KSC ENGINEERS HELP SOLVE INDUSTRY PROBLEMS

    75-96
    NASA INTRODUCES LIGHTNING MAPPING SYSTEM TO COMMERCIAL MARKET

    76-96 -- June 14, 1996
    MISSION STS-78 EVENTS, NEWS CENTER OPERATING HOURS SET

    77-96 -- June 14, 1996
    SPACE SHUTTLE MISSION STS-78 LAUNCH COUNTDOWN TO BEGIN JUNE 17

    78-96
    SPACE SHUTTLE WEATHER LAUNCH COMMIT CRITERIA AND KSC END OF MISSION WEATHER LANDING CRITERIA

    79-96
    TOMS SPACECRAFT TO BE LAUNCHED ABOARD PEGASUS XL JUN. 29

    80-96
    DISCOVERY SET TO RETURN TO KSC NEXT WEEK

    81-96
    KSC AND INDUSTRY TO DEVELOP REVOLUTIONARY SUPER-COOLER

    83-96
    OLYMPIC TORCH TO PASS THROUGH SPACE CENTER JULY 7

    84-96
    COLUMBIA SCHEDULED TO LAND AT KSC

    85-96
    STS-79/ATLANTIS: SHUTTLE/MIR MISSION-4

    86-96
    KSC'S SMALL BUSINESS COUNCIL SETS EXPO DATE FOR NOV. 13

    87-96
    ENDEAVOUR SCHEDULED TO DEPART KSC FOR ORBITER MODIFICATIONS IN PALMDALE, CA.

    88-96
    NASA AND PARTNERS OPEN INCUBATOR TO NURTURE SMALL BUSINESSES

    89-96
    FLORIDA TEACHERS COMPLETE NASA STEP WORKSHOP

    90-96
    MORGAN AND BREAKFIELD NAMED TO NEW POSITIONS AT KSC

    91-96
    KSC ECOLOGIST SELECTED TO HEAD MANATEE WORKING GROUP

    92-96
    MERRITT ISLAND FIRM TO CONSTRUCT CHEMICAL ANALYSIS LABORATORY AT KSC

    93-96
    THREE KSC WORKERS HONORED BY NASA ASTRONAUTS

    94-96
    FAST SPACECRAFT TO BE LAUNCHED ABOARD PEGASUS XL AUG. 18

    95-96
    ATLANTIS MOVES TO VAB AND A STEP CLOSER TO LAUNCH

    96-96
    MARS GLOBAL SURVEYOR/MARS PATHFINDER ARRIVE AT KSC

    NASA HQ Release 96-167
    TWO 1996 MARS SPACECRAFT ARRIVE AT LAUNCH SITE

    97-96
    MEDIA OPPORTUNITY WITH STS-79 CREW SET FOR NEXT WEEK

    98-96
    KENNEDY SPACE CENTER OFFERS BACK-TO-SCHOOL COMPUTER BONANZA

    99-96
    KENNEDY SPACE CENTER TO HOST COMMUNITY APPRECIATION DAY

    100-96
    KSC GIVES A BOOST TO NATIONAL BONE MARROW MONTH ACTIVITIES

    101-96
    MISSION STS-79 LAUNCH SET FOR SEPT. 14

    Launch Advisory 96-181
    ATLANTIS MOVED TO VAB; STS-79 LAUNCH DELAYED

    102-96
    GALILEO PROJECT MANAGER TO MAKE PRESENTATION AT KSC

    Launch Advisory 96-183
    ATLANTIS MOVED BACK OUT TO LAUNCH PAD; SEPTEMBER 16 SET AS NEW LAUNCH DATE

    103-96
    SPACE SHUTTLE WEATHER LAUNCH COMMIT CRITERIA AND KSC END OF MISSION WEATHER LANDING CRITERIA

    104-96
    MISSION STS-79 EVENTS, NEWS CENTER OPERATING HOURS SET

    105-96
    SPACE SHUTTLE MISSION STS-79 LAUNCH COUNTDOWN TO BEGIN SEPT. 13

    106-96
    KSC LIQUID AIR MIXER KEY TO IMPROVED FIREFIGHTER AIR PACK

    108-96
    KSC AGREES TO HOLD UNIVERSITY CLASSES ON CENTER

    I96-8
    VIEWS OF MARS SPACECRAFT PROCESSING AVAILABLE

    109-96
    BETHUNE-COOKMAN COLLEGE TO HELP DELIVER NASA PROGRAMS AT CENTER FOR SPACE EDUCATION

    110-96
    KSC’S RENE PAQUETTE RECEIVES EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE MEDAL

    111-96
    ATLANTIS SCHEDULED TO LAND AT KSC

    112-96
    MARS GLOBAL SURVEYOR MEDIA OPPORTUNITY SCHEDULED SEPT. 27

    113-96 -- September 25, 1996
    TWO KSC WORKERS HONORED BY NASA ASTRONAUTS

    114-96-1
    NASA HONORS KENNEDY SPACE CENTER EMPLOYEES

    114-96-2
    SUSAN G. CORBIN HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    114-96-3
    FRANK D.K. DER HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    114-96-4
    EMBER L. SMITH HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    114-96-5A
    LISA MORGAN COLLOREDO HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    114-96-5B
    LISA MORGAN COLLOREDO HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    114-96-6A
    BARBARA L. WEBER HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    114-96-6B
    BARBARA L. WEBER HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    114-96-7
    PHIL L. ALBRIGHT HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    114-96-8
    JUDITH A. ARIEUX HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    114-96-9
    DAVID CARDEN HONORED FOR ROLE IN SPACE PROGRAM

    115-96
    MARS PATHFINDER SPACECRAFT PHOTO OPPORTUNITY AT KSC OCT. 1

    116-96
    MARS PATHFINDER PROCESSING MILESTONE TO BE SHOWN LIVE ON NASA TELEVISION TODAY

    117-96
    WAKE SHIELD FACILITY, ORFEUS-SPAS MEDIA EVENT SET FOR OCT. 4

    118-96
    SPACE SHUTTLE INSULATION TO BE COMMERCIALLY PRODUCED FOR USE ON RACE CARS

    120-96
    SCOTT CILENTO SELECTED AS SHUTTLE DISCOVERY FLOW DIRECTOR

    121-96
    ORBITER PROCESSING FACILITY ADDITION TO HOUSE SPACE SHUTTLE MAIN ENGINE OPERATIONS

    122-96
    PRESS INVITED TO COVER KSC’s COMMUNITY APPRECIATION DAY

    123-96-1
    LARRY C. ELLIS SELECTED AS DIRECTOR, PROCESS INTEGRATION

    123-96-2
    J. CHRIS FAIREY SELECTED AS DIRECTOR, QUALITY ASSURANCE

    123-96-3
    STEPHEN M. FRANCOIS SELECTED AS DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION LAUNCH SITE SUPPORT

    123-96-4
    DAVID A. KING SELECTED AS DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF SHUTTLE PROCESSING

    123-96-5
    JOEL R. REYNOLDS SELECTED AS DIRECTOR, SAFETY ASSURANCE

    123-96-6
    RALPH R. ROE SELECTED AS DIRECTOR, PROCESS ENGINEERING

    123-96-7
    JOHN J. "TIP" TALONE, JR. SELECTED AS DIRECTOR, SPACE STATION HARDWARE INTEGRATION OFFICE

    124-96
    STS-80/COLUMBIA: ORFEUS-SPAS-2/WAKE SHIELD FACILITY-3

    125-96
    TCDT MEDIA OPPORTUNITY WITH STS-80 CREW SET FOR NEXT WEEK

    96-215
    KSC DIRECTOR JAY HONEYCUTT TO RETIRE

    126-96
    NASA AND THE RED PEPPER SOFTWARE COMPANY MAKE A "HOT ITEM"

    127-96
    MARS GLOBAL SURVEYOR SCHEDULED FOR LAUNCH NOV. 6

    128-96
    NASA MANAGERS DEFER SETTING STS-80 LAUNCH DATE PENDING RESOLUTION OF SRM NOZZLE ISSUE

    129-96
    NEW SHUTTLE PAYLOAD INSPECTION DEVICE COULD FIND USE IN AEROSPACE, AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

    130-96
    MISSION STS-80 EVENTS, NEWS CENTER OPERATING HOURS SET

    96-225
    STS-80 LAUNCH TARGETED ONE WEEK LATER TO ALLOW COMPLETION OF SOLID ROCKET NOZZLE EROSION ANALYSIS, EVALUATION

    96-227
    PEGASUS LAUNCH ANOMALY UNDER INVESTIGATION

    Status Report
    MARS GLOBAL SURVEYOR STATUS

    130-96 (Rev. A)
    MISSION STS-80 EVENTS, NEWS CENTER OPERATING HOURS SET

    131-96
    SPACE SHUTTLE MISSION STS-80 LAUNCH COUNTDOWN BEGINS TODAY

    96-232
    NASA CLEARS COLUMBIA FOR FLIGHT -- LAUNCH SET FOR NOV. 15TH

    132-96
    KSC CONTRACTORS OF THE YEAR HONORED

    133-96
    SPACE SHUTTLE WEATHER LAUNCH COMMIT CRITERIA AND KSC END OF MISSION WEATHER LANDING CRITERIA

    Launch Advisory
    STS-80 LAUNCH MOVED TO NOVEMBER 19

    135-96-1
    THREE KSC WORKERS HONORED BY NASA ASTRONAUTS

    135-96-2
    DAN CULBERTSON HONORED BY NASA ASTRONAUTS

    135-96-3
    DAN CULBERTSON HONORED BY NASA ASTRONAUTS

    136-96
    CARL B. MATTSON HONORED BY NASA ASTRONAUTS

    137-96-1
    DR. PEDRO MEDELUIS HONORED BY NASA ASTRONAUTS

    137-96-2
    DR. PEDRO MEDELUIS HONORED BY NASA ASTRONAUTS

    137-96-3
    DR. PEDRO MEDELUIS HONORED BY NASA ASTRONAUTS

    138-96
    MISSION STS-80 EVENTS, NEWS CENTER OPERATING HOURS SET

    139-96
    GROUNDBREAKING SET FOR NEW SHUTTLE ENGINE FACILITY ON NOV. 20

    140-96
    MARS PATHFINDER SPACECRAFT SCHEDULED FOR LAUNCH DEC. 2

    141-96
    COLUMBIA SCHEDULED FOR LANDING AT KSC THURSDAY, DEC. 5

    142-96
    KSC'S ENERGY SAVINGS EFFORTS REWARDED WITH NATIONAL HONOR

    144-96
    KSC RECEIVES EMPLOYEE DISABILITY HIGH-TECH TRAINING AWARD

    145-96
    STS-81/ATLANTIS - SHUTTLE-MIR MISSION-5/SPACEHAB-DM

    146-96
    NEW APOLLO/SATURN V CENTER TO OFFICIALLY OPEN NEXT WEEK

    147-96
    TCDT MEDIA OPPORTUNITY WITH STS-81 CREW SET FOR NEXT WEEK

    148-96
    KSC WINS COMPETITION ADVOCACY AWARD

    149-96
    EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS DO THEIR HOLIDAY SHOPPING AT KSC

    150-96
    SANTA HAS NASA'S GREEN LIGHT TO USE SHUTTLE LANDING FACILITY