ITEM 1E ANIMATION OF BIG BANGThe expanding universe is shown according to the Big Bang theory.Credit: Dana Berry, Tufts University, 3D animation/Bryan Preston, SpaceTelescope Science Institute, 2D effectITEM 1F HUBBLE DEEP FIELD NORTH IMAGEThe Hubble Deep Field North image shows galaxies in one of thedeepest images ever taken. These are among the most distant galaxiesever observed. Cosmologists can infer their age from more precisemeasurements of galaxies that are closer to Earth. Credit: B. Williams,the HDF Team Space Telescope Science Institute and NASAContact at NASA Headquarters: Don Savage, 202/358-1547;Contact at Space Telescope Science Institute: Ray Villard, 410/338-4514.*****ITEM 2 STARSHINE (REPLAY)Item 2A Starshine AnimationStarshine is an international, educational satellite slated tobe launched from the Space Shuttle Discovery during upcoming STS-96mission. This twinkling spacecraft will be visible to the naked eyeduring morning and evening twilight periods, giving students around theworld an opportunity to make measurements and perform experiments bytracking the satellite.Item 2B A World Class Project: Student B-rollStudents have voluntarily machined, sanded, polished and inspected878 tiny aluminum mirrors that comprise the surface of Starshine. B-rollshows careful processing of the pieces by students from Edgar Allen PoeMiddle School.Item 2C Entering the Clean Room at GoddardStudents from St. Michael the Arc Angel School in Baltimore, MD,don "bunny suits" and enter the clean room at NASA Goddard Space FlightCenter where Starshine is prepared for shipment. B-roll includes a viewof the Starshine spacecraft spinning.Contact at NASA Goddard: Nancy Neal, 301/286-0039.*****ITEM 3 STS-96 CREW TRAINING (REPLAY)Footage includes suit up, electrical power system training (virtualreality), orbiter space vision training, bailout training and the crewphoto session.