NASA Daily News Summary For Release: Jan.

28, 2000 Media Advisory m00-017 SUMMARY NEWS RELEASES: No News Releases Today

VIDEO: ALL TIMES EASTERN Video File for Jan. 28, 2000 ITEM 1 - SEAWIFS SATELLITE VIEW OF EAST COAST BLIZZARD - GSFC ITEM 2 - STS-99 CREW INTERVIEWS - JSC ITEM 3 - SHUTTLE RADAR TOPOGRAPHY MISSION ANIMATION - JSC (replay) ITEM 4 - SOLVE MISSION - EXAMINING OZONE DEPLETION (replay) ITEM 5 - SOLAR MAXIMUM - MSFC (replay) ITEM 6 - JOHN GLENN RETURNS TO SPACE - STS-95 B-ROLL (replay)

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***************************** Video File for Jan. 28, 2000 ITEM 1 - SKY-HIGH VIEW OF EAST COAST BLIZZARD-------------TRT :20 The extent of intense winter storm that stuck much of the eastern United States earlier this week can be seen in this image from NASA's Sea Viewing Wide Field-of-View Sensor (SeaWiFS) onboard the SeaStar satellite. The image was captured Thursday, Jan. 27, 2000. Contact at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD: Wade Sisler (Phone 301/286-6256). Contact at NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC: David E. Steitz (Phone 202/358-1730). URL: http://seawifs.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEAWIFS.html

ITEM 2 - STS-99 CREW INTERVIEWS - JSC ITEM 2a - Kevin R. Kregel (Mission Commander)-------------TRT 4:56 ITEM 2b - Commander Dom L. Gorie, US Navy (Mission Pilot)-TRT 5:06 ITEM 2c - Gerhard P.J. Thiele PhD (Mission Specialist 1)--TRT 4:23 ITEM 2d - Janet L. Kavandi PhD (Mission Specialist 2)-----TRT 4:31 ITEM 2e - Janice Voss PhD (Mission Specialist 3)----------TRT 6:24 ITEM 2f - Mamoru Mohri PhD (Mission Specialist 4)---------TRT 6:46 Contact at NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX: Kelly Humphries (Phone 281/483-5111).

ITEM 3 - SHUTTLE RADAR TOPOGRAPHY MISSION ANIMATION - JSC-(replay)------------------------TRT 16:14 Contact at NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC: Dwayne C. Brown (Phone 202/358-1726). Contact at NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC: David E. Steitz (Phone 202/358-1730).

ITEM 4 - SOLVE MISSION - EXAMINING OZONE DEPLETION (replay) Contact at NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC: David E. Steitz (Phone 202/358-1730). Contact at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA: John Bluck (Phone 650/604-5026). ITEM 4a - SOLVE SCIENTISTS WORKING IN SWEDEN--------------TRT 6:36 The SOLVE mission is an international scientific and research effort to study Arctic ozone. The field campaign is being conducted in Kiruna, Sweden. Footage shows preparation at the Arena Arctica hangar of NASA¹s ER-2 (smaller) and DC-8 (larger) specially equipped airplanes, taxi and takeoff. Footage also includes an arctic sunrise. ITEM 4b - INTERVIEW EXCERPTS------------------------------TRT 1:35 Gordon Fullerton, DC-8 Pilot for SOLVE and former NASA Astronaut, Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, CA ITEM 4c - INTERVIEW EXCERPTS------------------------------TRT 2:09 Valery Zahkarin, Russian Team Leader for SOLVE and General of the Russian Air Force, retired (speaking through an interpreter) ITEM 4d - INTERVIEW EXCERPTS------------------------------TRT 2:21

Phil DeCola, SOLVE Program Scientist, NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC

ITEM 5 - SOLAR MAXIMUM - MSFC (replay) Contact at Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL: Steve Roy (Phone 205/544-0034). ITEM 5a- SOLAR MAXIMUM ANIMATION--------------------------TRT 4:40 ITEM 5b - INTERVIEW EXCERPTS------------------------------TRT 4:10 David Hathaway, NASA Scientist, MSFC

ITEM 6 - JOHN GLENN RETURNS TO SPACE STS-95 B-ROLL-(replay)---------------------------TRT 5:57 Contact at NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX: Eileen M. Hawley (Phone 281/483-5111).

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