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Official NASA Communication m99-126

Official NASA Communication m99-126

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NASA Daily News SummaryFor Release: June 22, 1999Media Advisory m99-126Summary:-- Video File for June 22: STS-93 Crew Arrives at Kennedy-- Upcoming Live Event: FUSE Prelaunch Briefing, June 23-- Upcoming Live Event: FUSE Launch, June 24******No news releases have been issued todayIf NASA issues any news releases later today, we wille-mail summaries and Internet URLs to this list.Index of 1999 NASA News Releases: http://www.nasa.gov/releases/1999/index.html*****Video File for June 22, 1999ITEM 1 STS-93 CREW ARRIVES AT KENNEDY (SCHEDULED TO BEADDED AT 3 P.M.)ITEM 2 FUSE SPACECRAFT TO LAUNCH THIS WEEK (REPLAY) (TRT05:55)*****ITEM 2 STS-93 CREW ARRIVALThe STS-93 astronauts arrived at Kennedy Space Center Monday, June21, to participate in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT)activities. The flight crew is comprised of Commander Eileen Collins,Pilot Jeff Ashby and Mission specialists Steve Hawley, Catherine Colemanand French Astronaut Michel Tognini. A countdown test is held prior toeach Space Shuttle flight. The launch day dress rehearsal, scheduled forThursday, follows three days of emergency egress training exercises,flights in the Shuttle Training Aircraft and an inspection of theChandra X-ray Observatory payload inside Shuttle Columbia's payload bay.Contact at NASA Kennedy: Joel Wells, 407/867-2468.*****ITEM 2 FUSE SPACECRAFT TO LAUNCH THIS WEEK (REPLAY) (TRT05:55)The Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer spacecraft (FUSE)mission seeks to answer long-standing questions about the origins of theuniverse. FUSE will investigate the origin and evolution of the lightestelements in the universe. FUSE will also examine the forces andprocesses involved in the evolution of galaxies, stars and planetary
 
systems.ITEM 2A FUSE ANIMATIONITEM 2B FUSE LOOKS WITHIN AND BEYOND MILKY WAYThe FUSE science team will study the hot gas content of our galaxy,the Milky Way, and its nearest neighboring galaxy, the MagellanicClouds. To conduct these large studies, FUSE will observe hundreds of astronomical objects, using about half of the observing time during thethree year mission.ITEM 2C FUSE IN THE CLEAN ROOM AT GODDARDThe Johns Hopkins University developed FUSE for NASA. Johns HopkinsUniversity has the primary responsibility for all aspects of theproject, including both development and operational phases of themission. This is the first time that a mission of this scope has beendeveloped and operated entirely by a university. Credits: NASA andOrbital Sciences CorporationITEM 2D INTERVIEW: DR. EDWARD J. WEILER, NASA ASSOCIATEADMINISTRATORFOR SPACE SCIENCEContact at NASA Goddard: Donna Drelick, 301/286-7995;Contact at NASA Headquarters: Doug Isbell, 202/358-1753.*****UPCOMING LIVE EVENT: FUSE PRELAUNCH BRIEFING, JUNE 23The Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer spacecraft (FUSE)mission seeks to answer long-standing questions about the origins of theuniverse. Launch of the spacecraft is scheduled for Thursday, June 24 at11:39 a.m. EDT from Cape Canaveral Air Station, FL. A prelaunch briefingwill be held June 23, at 2 p.m. EDT and carried live on NASA Television. Contact at NASA Goddard: Donna Drelick, 301/286-7995;Contact at NASA Headquarters: Doug Isbell, 202/358-1753.*****UPCOMING LIVE EVENT: FUSE LAUNCH, JUNE 24Launch is scheduled for Thursday, June 24 from the Cape CanaveralAirStation, FL. Launch coverage, which will be carried live on NASATelevision, will begin at 10 a.m. EDT, and the launch window opens at11:39 a.m.Contact at NASA Goddard: Donna Drelick, 301/286-7995;Contact at NASA Headquarters: Doug Isbell, 202/358-1753.*****The NASA Video File generally airs at noon, 3 p.m., 6 p.m., 9

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