Follow this link to go to the text only version of nasa.gov
NASA -National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Follow this link to skip to the main content
+ Text Only Site
+ Site Help & Preferences
Go
ABOUT NASALATEST NEWSMULTIMEDIAMISSIONSMyNASAWORK FOR NASA

+ Home
ST5
ST5 MAIN
TECHNOLOGY
MULTIMEDIA
SPACECRAFT & INSTRUMENTS
ST5 TEAM
NEWS & MEDIA RESOURCES
+ NASA Home > Mission Sections > ST5 > News & Media Resources
Print ThisPrint This
Email ThisEmail This

MISSION NEWS
ST-5 Pre-Launch Teleconference


Introduction

NASA is getting ready to launch the unique Space Technology 5 (ST5) mission, consisting of three micro-satellites. These micro-sats will test and validate new technologies for future science missions - namely they will demonstrate the benefits of a group of small low-cost spacecraft taking measurements at the same time in different locations. The satellites are scheduled for launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) Feb. 28, 2006 and will operate for at least 90 days.


Panelists

+ Candace Carlisle, ST5 Deputy Project Manager

+ Dr. Jim Slavin, Chief, Laboratory for Solar and Space Physics

+ Dr. Christopher M. Stevens, Manager, New Millennium Program
Resources

Icon of a camera
Photo Gallery
Image of NASA.gov
Multimedia Page
Icon of the ST5 spacecraft
Feature Story Page


NASA Press Release




Contact Information

Erica Hupp
NASA Headquarters
Washington, DC
Phone: 202/358-1237
Rachel Weintraub
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, Maryland
Phone: 301/286-0918
Lynn Chandler
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, Maryland
Phone: 301/286-2806

Event Information

The NASA Science Update will take place on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2005 at 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Reporters should call 1-888-455-2082 and use the passcode "ST5" to listen and ask questions for this media teleconference. If you have questions about this, please notify one of the contacts listed above.



+ Back to Top


FirstGov - Your First Click to the US Government

ExpectMore.gov

+ Freedom of Information Act
+ Budgets, Strategic Plans and Accountability Reports
+ The President's Management Agenda
+ NASA Privacy Statement, Disclaimer,
and Accessibility Certification

+ Inspector General Hotline
+ Equal Employment Opportunity Data Posted Pursuant to the No Fear Act
+ Information-Dissemination Priorities and Inventories
NASA
Editor: Lynn Jenner
NASA Official: Brian Dunbar
Last Updated: March 8, 2006
+ Contact NASA
+ SiteMap