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NASA Space Shuttle STS-59 Press Kit

NASA Space Shuttle STS-59 Press Kit

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NASA press kit for the STS-59 Space Shuttle mission. Published by NASA in 1994.

NASA press kit for the STS-59 Space Shuttle mission. Published by NASA in 1994.

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Edited by Richard W. Orloff, 01/2001/Page 1
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
SPACE SHUTTLEMISSIONSTS-59
PRESS KITAPRIL 1994
SPACE RADAR LABORATORY-1
 
Edited by Richard W. Orloff, 01/2001/Page 2
STS-59 INSIGNIA
STS059-S-001 -- Designed by the crew members, the STS-59 insignia is dominated by Earth, reflecting the focus of the first Space Radar Laboratory (SRL-1) mission upon our planet's surface and atmosphere. The golden symbol of the astronaut corps emblem sweeps over Earth's surface from the space shuttle Endeavour, representing the operation of the SIR-C/Synthetic Aperture Radar (X-SAR) and theMeasurement of Air Pollution from Space (MAPS) sensors. The astronaut emblem also signals theimportance of the human element in space exploration and in the study of our planet. Using the uniquevantage point of space, Endeavour and its crew -- along with scientists from around the world -- will study Earth and its environment. The star field visible below Earth represents the many talents and skills of theinternational (SRL-1) team in working to make this "Mission to Planet Earth" a scientific and operational  success.The NASA insignia design for space shuttle flights is reserved for use by the astronauts and for other official use as the NASA Administrator may authorize. Public availability has been approved only in the form of illustrations by the various news media. When and if there is any change in this policy, which wedo not anticipate, it will be publicly announced. PHOTO CREDIT: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
 
Edited by Richard W. Orloff, 01/2001/Page 3
PUBLIC AFFAIRS CONTACTS
Ed Campion NASA HeadquartersWashington, DCPolicy/Management 202/358-1778James HartsfieldJohnson Space Center Houston, TXMission OperationsAstronauts713/483-5111Bruce BuckinghamKennedy Space Center, FlLaunch ProcessingKSC Landing Information407/867-2468June MaloneMarshall Space Flight Center Huntsville, ALExternal Tank/SRBs/SSMEs 205/544-0034 Nancy LovatoDryden Flight Research Center Edwards, CADFRC Landing Information 805/258-3448
For Information on NASA-Sponsored STS-59 Experiments
Brian Dunbar  NASA HeadquartersWashington, DCSRL-1 202/358-1547Mike Braukus NASA HeadquartersWashington, DCSTL Experiments 202/358-1979Debra Rahn NASA HeadquartersWashington, DCInternational Cooperation 202/358-1639Terri Sindelar  NASA HeadquartersWashington, DCSAREX Payload 202/358-1977Tammy JonesGoddard Space Flight Center Greenbelt, MDGAS Experiments 301/286-5566Jane HutchinsonAmes Research Center Mountain View, Calif.TUFI Experiment 415/604-4968

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