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NASA Space Shuttle STS-56 Press Kit

NASA Space Shuttle STS-56 Press Kit

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NASA press kit for the STS-56 Space Shuttle mission. Published by NASA in 1993.

NASA press kit for the STS-56 Space Shuttle mission. Published by NASA in 1993.

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ATLAS 2 MISSIOAtmospheric Laboratory For Science And Applications
Edited by Richard W. Orloff, 02/2001/Page 1
Edited by Richard W. Orloff, 01/2001/Page 2
STS056-S-001 – The STS-56 Discovery, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 103, mission insignia is a pictorial representation of the STS-56 Atmospheric Laboratory for Applications and Science 2 (ATLAS-2) missionas seen from the crew's viewpoint. The payload bay (PLB) is depicted with the ATLAS-2 pallet, ShuttleSolar Backscatter Ultraviolet (SSBUV) experiment, and Spartan -- the two primary scientific payloads onthe flight. With ATLAS-2 serving as part of the "Mission to Planet Earth" project, the crew has depicted the planet prominently in the artwork. Two primary areas of study are the atmosphere and the sun. Tohighlight this, Earth's atmosphere is depicted as a stylized visible spectrum and the sunrise is represented with an enlarged two-colored corona. Surnames of the mission commander and pilot are inscribed in the Earth field, with the surnames of the mission specialists appearing in the space background. They aremission commander Kenneth Cameron, pilot Stephen S. Oswald, and mission specialists Michael Foale, Kenneth D. Cockrell, and Ellen Ochoa. Each crewmember contributed to the design of the insignia.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
NASA Headquarters
Office of Space Flight/Office of Space Systems DevelopmentMark Hess/Jim Cast/Ed Campion(Phone: 202/358-1778)Office of Space Science and ApplicationsPaula Cleggett-Haleim/Mike Braukus/Brian Dunbar (Phone: 202/358-1547)Office of Space Communications/Office of Safety & Mission QualityDwayne Brown(Phone: 202/358-0547)Office of Advanced Concepts and TechnologyCharles Redmond(Phone: 703/358-1757)Office of AeronauticsDrucella Andersen/Les Dorr (Phone: 202/453-2754)
Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA Langley Research Center
Jane Hutchison Catharine Schauer (Phone: 415/604-4968) (Phone: 804/864-6122)
Ames-Dryden Flight Research Facility, Edwards, CA Lewis Research Center
 Nancy Lovato Mary Ann Peto(Phone: 805/258-3448) (Phone: 216/433-2899)
Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD Marshall Space Flight Center
Randee Exler June Malone(Phone: 301/286-7277) (Phone: 205/544-0034)
Jet Propulsion Laboratory Stennis Space Center
James Wilson Myron Webb(Phone: 818/354-5011) (Phone: 601/688-3341)
Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX Wallops Flight Center
James Hartsfield Keith Koehler (Phone: 713/483-5111) (Phone: 804/824-1579)
Kennedy Space Center, FL
George Diller (Phone: 407/867-2468)
Department of DefenseSecretary of the Air Force Public Affairs
Maj. Dave Thurston(Phone: 703/695-5766)
USAF Space and Missile Systems Center Public Affairs
Betty Ciotti Dave Hess(Phone: 310/363-6836) (Phone: 713/483-3498

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