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Sonja Alexander
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(Phone: 202/358-1761)

Oct. 28, 2004
 
MEDIA ADVISORY : M04-173
 
 
Chapter III: NASA's Exploration and History Series Continue
 
 
NASA's online history series "Why We Explore" will continue, Friday, Oct. 29th on the NASA web portal.

NASA introduced the online essay series on Oct. 1. As NASA prepares to journey to the moon, Mars and beyond, NASA Chief Historian Steven J. Dick takes a look at humanity's continuing desire to seek out new worlds.

Dick addresses in this third part of the series "Consequences of Exploration: Learning from History."

"Why We Explore," that includes other news and multimedia features about the Vision for Space Exploration, are available on the Internet at:

http://www.nasa.gov/newvision

A multimedia feature about NASA's history, produced in 2003 to honor the agency's 45th anniversary, is available on the Internet at:

http://www.nasa.gov/externalflash/NASA45th

More information about the history of NASA's is available on the Internet through the NASA History Office homepage at:

http://history.nasa.gov/

 

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