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For release: 07/25/03
Satellite release #: 03-128


Attention: Early Morning Producer
Friday, August 1
6-10 a.m. EDT
Free 10-minute windows—with B-roll


SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY AND DRAMATIC VIEWS OF EARTH;
ALL IN A DAYS WORK ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION

  • From designing new materials to studying the Earth, the crew of the International Space Station continues its work high above our planet.

  • Scientists from around the world have conducted several thousand hours of research since crews took up permanent residence on the orbiting laboratory in November 2000.

  • Earlier this month the Space Station provided dramatic images of hurricane Claudette as the storm moved into Texas.

  • Discoveries and observations from the Space Station help improve the quality of life on Earth.

  • Talk to an expert about current scientific research and what lies ahead for the Space Station.

Who: John Uri
Science Mission Manager
International Space Station
Satellite coordinates: AMC-9, Transponder 9C,
85 degrees west longitude,
Frequency: 3880 MHz, Audio: 6.8 MHz.
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Satellite Interview Information:
Jack Robertson (256) 544-1517

Story Information:
Steve Roy, Media Relations
(256) 544-0034

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