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MEMORIAL SERVICE,CLAIM FILING,PRESS CONFERENCE



Submitted by Arthur - N1ORC

NASA MEMORIAL SERVICE SCHEDULED AT JOHNSON SPACE CENTER
 
     The President and Mrs. George W. Bush will join NASA Administrator
Sean O'Keefe Tuesday afternoon in paying tribute to the brave heroes of
the Space Shuttle Columbia crew during a special memorial service at the
NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston.
 
The ceremony to honor NASA astronauts Rick Husband, William McCool,
Michael Anderson, Kalpana Chawla, David Brown, Laurel Clark, and Israeli
astronaut Ilan Ramon is scheduled to begin at 12:45 p.m. EST in the
Central Mall area behind Building One. Gates are scheduled to open at 10
a.m.
 
This is a private ceremony for family members, friends, and invited
guests, along with NASA employees and contractors. The service will be
carried live on NASA Television and available on the Internet at
www.nasa.gov.
 
Media access to the memorial service will be restricted with television
and still photography access provided on a pool basis.
 
NASA Television is available on AMC-2, transponder 9C, C-Band, located at
85 degrees West longitude. The frequency is 3880.0 MHz. Polarization is
vertical and audio is monaural at 6.8 MHz.
 
Additional information about the STS-107 crew and the Space Shuttle
Columbia is available on the Internet at http://spaceflight.nasa.gov.
 
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NASA ANNOUNCES PROCEDURE FOR FILING DAMAGE CLAIMS
 
     NASA is accepting claims from individuals who may have 
suffered damage due to the Space Shuttle Columbia mishap. 
NASA is coordinating with the Federal Emergency Management 
Agency to address claims that require immediate action. Any 
person desiring to file a claim should complete U.S. 
Government Standard Form 9, "Claim for Damage, Injury, or 
Death" and send it to the closest of these NASA offices:
 
Office of the Chief Counsel
NASA Johnson Space Center
Mail Code:  AL
2101 NASA Road 1
Houston, TX  77058
(281) 483-3021
 
Office of the General Counsel
NASA Headquarters 
Mail Code:  G
300 E St., SW
Washington, DC  20546
(202) 358-2450
 
Office of Chief Counsel
NASA Stennis Space Center
Mail Code:  CA00
Building 1100
Stennis Space Center, MS  39529
(228) 688-2164
 
For more information on filing a claim, including 
downloadable forms, go to:
 
www.hq.nasa.gov/ogc/general_law/torttext.htm

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NASA ANNOUNCES PROCEDURE FOR FILING DAMAGE CLAIMS
 
     NASA is accepting claims from individuals who may have 
suffered damage due to the Space Shuttle Columbia mishap. 
NASA is coordinating with the Federal Emergency Management 
Agency to address claims that require immediate action. Any 
person desiring to file a claim should complete U.S. 
Government Standard Form 9, "Claim for Damage, Injury, or 
Death" and send it to the closest of these NASA offices:
 
Office of the Chief Counsel
NASA Johnson Space Center
Mail Code:  AL
2101 NASA Road 1
Houston, TX  77058
(281) 483-3021
 
Office of the General Counsel
NASA Headquarters 
Mail Code:  G
300 E St., SW
Washington, DC  20546
(202) 358-2450
 
Office of Chief Counsel
NASA Stennis Space Center
Mail Code:  CA00
Building 1100
Stennis Space Center, MS  39529
(228) 688-2164
 
For more information on filing a claim, including 
downloadable forms, go to: 
www.hq.nasa.gov/ogc/general_law/torttext.htm
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SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA ACCIDENT BRIEFINGS SCHEDULED
 
     Two briefings are scheduled Monday in NASA's continuing 
effort to keep the public up-to-date on the latest 
developments involving the investigation into the tragic 
accident that killed the seven-member crew of the Space 
Shuttle Columbia.
 
The first briefing is scheduled at NASA Headquarters Monday 
morning at 11:30 a.m. EST. A second briefing is tentatively 
scheduled for 4:30 p.m. EST from the NASA Johnson Space 
Center in Houston.
 
Both briefings will feature questions from reporters at 
participating NASA centers and will be broadcast live on NASA 
Television.
 
NASA TV is available on AMC-2, transponder 9C, C-Band, 
located at 85 degrees West longitude. The frequency is 3880.0 
MHz. Polarization is vertical and audio is monaural at 6.8 
MHz.
 Additional information is available on the Internet at:
 
http://www.nasa.gov
 
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov
 
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