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NASA TV and Web Coverage of Space Shuttle Discovery'sMission



SUBMITTED BY ARTHUR N1ORC - AMSAT A/C #31468
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> Oct. 23, 2007
>
> Katherine Trinidad
> Headquarters, Washington
> 202-358-3749
> katherine.trinidad@nasa.gov
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> James Hartsfield
> Johnson Space Center, Houston
> 281-483-5111
> james.a.hartsfield@nasa.gov
>
> MEDIA ADVISORY: 07-143
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> NASA TV AND WEB COVERAGE OF SPACE SHUTTLE DISCOVERY'S MISSION
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> HOUSTON - NASA is providing continuous television and Internet 
> coverage of space shuttle Discovery's mission, designated STS-120, to 
> the International Space Station. 
>
> NASA Television features live mission events, daily mission status 
> news conferences and 24-hour commentary. NASA TV is webcast at: 
>
> http://www.nasa.gov/ntv
>
> NASA Web coverage of STS-120 includes current mission information, 
> interactive features, and news conference images, graphics and 
> videos. Mission coverage, including the latest NASA TV schedule, also 
> is available on the main space shuttle Web site at: 
>
> http://www.nasa.gov/shuttle
>
> Daily news conferences with STS-120 mission managers take place at 
> NASA's Johnson Space Center, Houston. Reporters may ask questions 
> from participating NASA locations. Please contact your preferred NASA 
> facility by its daily close of business to confirm its availability 
> before each event. 
>
> For information about other NASA missions and activities, visit: 
>
> http://www.nasa.gov
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