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June/ July/ August 2003

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Thursday,
June 5

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Destination Tomorrow:
Program10

Program 10 Viewers will learn about how NASA is studying the Northern Lights; about a parachute that is attached to a plane, rather than a person; about World War II aircraft. Viewers see new satellites which may help predict weather better and find out how air traffic control works.
More information on Destination Tomorrow online videos.

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Thursday,
June19

11:30-12:30noon Pacific

2:30-3:30pm Eastern

1830-1930 GMT

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Aquarius, an Analog to Space Travel

Join us live from underwater, off the coast of the Florida Keys, in a submersible deep-sea habitat called the Aquarius. NASA is interested in finding out if this facility could help us understand and prepare for long-term space travel.

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Wednesday,
June 25

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Destination Tomorrow:
Program 8

Viewers will learn about the Materials International Space Station Experiment; a new catalytic converter developed by NASA which will help decrease pollution; and the important history of the Transonic Dynamics Tunnel (TDT). Viewers will also see how NASA is making flying safer and find out how lasers work.
More information on Destination Tomorrow online videos.

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Wednesday,
July 3

9:45-10:15 AM Pacific
11:45AM- 12:15PM
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Astronaut Barbara Morgan Live
Campers from the Charles River Creative Arts (CRCAP) program will interview astronaut Barbara Morgan live from NASA’s Johnson Space Center in conjunction with the Christa McAuliffe Challenger Learning Center at Framingham State College and the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA),

McAuliffe CLC Flight Directors Nanci Goguen and Mary Liscombe met with the campers to brief them about Barbara Morgan and her job at NASA. The campers are part of a journalism class taught by Steve Durning at CRCAP that produces a daily newspaper, the Daily Double. The opportunity for a live interview with Astronaut Barbara Morgan is very exciting for the youngsters who will be participating via HAM radio. Amateur radio operator Tom Muise of MEMA coordinated the event with NASA.

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Wednesday,
August 20

8:40-9AM Pacific

11:40AM. to Noon EDT.

1540-1600 GMT

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NASA's Earth Crew Talks with International Space Station

Just before blasting back to school, NASA Earth Crew members will travel 17,000 miles per hour with the crew of the International Space Station. The Expedition 7 Station crew will share their experiences about living and working in space during an education event on NASA TV.

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Saturday,
August 30

Beginning:
8 AM Pacific

11 AM EDT.

1500 GMT

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Feature on NASA TV - Live!
Arrival of Russian resupply vehicle to the International Space Station

The spacecraft, Progress 12, is scheduled to
dock to the Station at approximately 11:42 p.m. EDT - 8:42 Pacific.
Live coverage will include commentary and available video. Other events leading up to
the voyage of the Progress 12 to the Station will be covered by written status reports available at: http://spaceflight.nasa.gov

Astronaut Edward T. Lu working in Destiny Lab on ISS


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