Public post flight event for the recent Shuttle/ISS mission

From: MarthnRozz (marthnrozz@home.com)
Date: Thu Jan 04 2001 - 21:13:45 PST

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    For those of you in the Houston area next Thursday, 11 January.
    Also, you may be interested in subscribing to the JSC news service at the
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    Subject: NASA JSC Release J01-02
    
    
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    > January 4, 2001
    > Linda Matthews-Schmidt
    > Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX
    > 281/483-5111
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    > Release: J01-02
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    > NASA/JSC SPECIAL EVENT FEATURES STS-97 ASTRONAUTS
    >
    >
    > The public is invited to share in the excitement of the latest Shuttle
    > mission to the International Space Station, when the five-member, STS-97
    > crew discusses its 12-day flight at 6:30 p.m. January 11 at Space Center
    > Houston. In a special ceremony in Space Center Houston's IMAX Theater,
    > the astronauts will receive their NASA Space Flight Medals, and other
    > space workers will be recognized with awards from Johnson Space Center
    > Director George W.S. Abbey. The Endeavour crew will narrate a slide show
    > and video presentation highlighting its mission. During the flight, the
    > STS-97 crew--Commander Brent W. Jett; Pilot Michael J. Bloomfield; with
    > Mission Specialists Carlos I.Noriega, Joseph R. Tanner, and Canadian
    > Space Agency Astronaut Marc Garneau--installed the first set of U.S.
    > solar arrays, performed three space walks, delivered supplies and
    > equipment and became the first shuttle crew to visit the station's first
    > resident crew. The work performed by the STS-97 crew sets the stage for
    > the installation of the station's next major component, the U.S.
    > Laboratory "Destiny," later this month.
    >
    > The event, sponsored by NASA's Johnson Space Center, begins promptly at
    > 6:30 p.m., is free of charge and open to the public. Due to limited
    > seating and first-come, first-served admission, visitors should plan to
    > arrive early as Space Center Houston doors open at 6:00 p.m.
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