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MANAGERS MEET TO ASSESS READINESS OF STS-135
06.28.11
 
NASA and contractor managers met on June 28 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida to evaluate the status of the final space shuttle mission, Atlantis’ STS-135 flight to the International Space Station. 

The Flight Readiness Review is a standard meeting before all shuttle launches to allow management to assess how all reparations for a mission are progressing. The FRR was held at Kennedy’s Operations Support Building II. 


 
TRT: 26

Bill Gerstenmaier, Associate Administrator for Space Operations
Mike Moses,  Space Shuttle Program Launch Integration Manager


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HQ Contact: Stephanie Schierholz 202-358-1100
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Bill Gerstenmaier, Associate Administrator for Space Operations

Cut 1 – (00:07) – “We set July 8th for the launch, and I think in plain time, it’s 11:26am.”
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Bill Gerstenmaier, Associate Administrator for Space Operations

Cut 2 – (00:13) – “We had a very thorough review, like our previous FRR’s. We spent quite a bit of time going over each activity that is going to occur on this flight.  There are some unique things that are associated with this flight.”
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Mike Moses,  Space Shuttle Program Launch Integration Manager

Cut 1 – (00:06) - “We are really looking forward to achieving this mission and putting the station where it needs to be and finishing strong with the shuttle program here with STS-135,”
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