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08.18.05 - NASA Targets March for Next Shuttle Mission
NASA is targeting March for the next Space Shuttle mission (STS-121). The mission will be the second test flight to the International Space Station in the Shuttle Return to Flight sequence.
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08.18.05 - Discovery Set for Return to Kennedy Space Center
NASA's Space Shuttle Discovery ferry flight departs no earlier than Friday morning, Aug. 19, and arrives at KSC no earlier than 5:30 p.m. EDT, Saturday.
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08.17.05 - NASA Announces Media Update About Space Shuttle Program
NASA announced a news conference starting at noon EDT, Thursday in the agency's Webb Auditorium, 300 E Street SW, Washington.
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08.17.05 - Shuttle Internet Interest Reaches New Heights
Interest in NASA's flight of the Space Shuttle Discovery and STS-114 may have generated one of the largest live Web events in the history of the Internet.
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08.17.05 - NASA Updates Media About External Tank
At 2 p.m. EDT, Aug. 22, NASA managers will provide the latest status ono why a large piece of External Tank insulating foam broke off during Discovery's liftoff.
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08.15.05 - Return to Flight Task Group Announces Final Report and Media Event
The leaders of the Task Group will discuss the report during a media teleconference at 1 p.m. EDT, Wednesday.
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08.09.05 - NASA Celebrates Discovery's Homecoming
The Space Shuttle Discovery is home after a 14-day, 5.8 million-mile journey in space.
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08.10.05 - NASA Updates Media on Space Shuttle External Tank Work
NASA will update reporters on the work of teams looking into why a piece of External Tank insulating foam broke off during Discovery's liftoff.
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08.01.05 - Media Briefing, Interviews With Next Station Crew
The next crew of the International Space Station (ISS) will talk with reporters at 2 p.m. EDT, Aug. 4. The conference will be live on NASA TV from NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC), Houston, with media question and answer capability from participating NASA centers.
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08.07.05 - NASA Announces Shuttle Discovery Landing Times
NASA will have several opportunities to land Discovery Tuesday, both at the Kennedy Space Center and two backup sites.
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