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At the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center, Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO , presents a plaque to Center Director Roy Bridges. The pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Others at the ceremony were Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS); Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; and Michael Butchko, president, SGS. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch?s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad
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At the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center, participants watch as helium-filled balloons take to the sky after their lines were cut. From left, they are Center Director Roy Bridges; Michael Butchko, president, SGS; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pamela Gillespie, executive administrator, office of Congressman Dave Weldon; and Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. It will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch?s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad. Others at the ceremony were Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS), and Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO
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Center Director Roy Bridges addresses the audience at the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center that will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch?s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad. Others at the ceremony were Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS); Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing; Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; and Michael Butchko, president, SGS
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At the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center, participants cut the lines to helium-filled balloons. From left, they are Center Director Roy Bridges; Michael Butchko, president, SGS; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pamela Gillespie, executive administrator, office of Congressman Dave Weldon; and Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. It will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch?s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad. Others at the ceremony were Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS), and Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO
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Jerry Jorgensen, pipeline project manager, Space Gateway Support (SGS) presents an award of appreciation to H.T. Everett, KSC Propellants manager, at the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center. The pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch?s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad. Others at the ceremony were Center Director Roy Bridges;); Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing; Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; and Michael Butchko, president, SGS
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Jerry Jorgensen welcomes the audience to the commissioning of a new high-pressure helium pipeline at Kennedy Space Center. Jorgensen, with Space Gateway Support (SGS), is the pipeline project manager. To the right is Ramon Lugo, acting executive director, JPMO. Others at the ceremony were Center Director Roy Bridges; Col. Samuel Dick, representative of the 45th Space Wing; David Herst, director, Delta IV Launch Sites; Pierre Dufour, president and CEO, Air Liquide America Corporation; and Michael Butchko, president, SGS. The pipeline will service launch needs at the new Delta IV Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The nine-mile-long buried pipeline will also serve as a backup helium resource for Shuttle launches. Nearly one launch?s worth of helium will be available in the pipeline to support a Shuttle pad in an emergency. The line originates at the Helium Facility on KSC and terminates in a meter station at the perimeter of the Delta IV launch pad
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- New York Police Department Detective Michael Jermyn (center) is thanked for representing the New York Police and Fire Departments at the launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-108. Offering his handshake is NASA's Acting Administrator Daniel Mulville; Launch Director Mike Leinbach (left) applauds. At right is Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. Jermyn praised the efforts of the workers on the successful launch. Endeavour is carrying 6,000 flags that will be given to the families of those who died in the fall of the Twin Towers. Liftoff of Endeavour occurred at 5:19:28 p.m. EST (22:19.28 GMT). Endeavour will dock with the International Space Station on Dec. 7. STS-108 is the final Shuttle mission of 2001and the 107th Shuttle flight overall. It is the 12th flight to the Space Station. Landing of the orbiter at KSC's Shuttle Landing Facility is targeted for 1:05 p.m. EST (18:05 p.m. GMT) Dec. 16
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- After watching the launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-108 from the Firing Room of Launch Control Center, New York Police Department Detective Michael Jermyn praises the efforts of the workers on the successful launch. He is flanked by NASA's Acting Administrator Daniel Mulville (left) and Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. (right). Jermyn attended the launch as a guest representing the New York Police and Fire Departments whose members lost their lives in the September 11 attacks. Endeavour is carrying 6,000 flags that will be given to the families of those who died in the fall of the Twin Towers. Liftoff of Endeavour occurred at 5:19:28 p.m. EST (22:19.28 GMT). Endeavour will dock with the International Space Station on Dec. 7. STS-108 is the final Shuttle mission of 2001and the 107th Shuttle flight overall. It is the 12th flight to the Space Station. Landing of the orbiter at KSC's Shuttle Landing Facility is targeted for 1:05 p.m. EST (18:05 p.m. GMT) Dec. 16
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Center Director Roy Bridges (center) is congratulated for the successful breaking of the ceremonial "ribbon" and the opening of the new Cryogenic Testbed Facility. Part of the normal ribbon was replaced with plastic tubing and frozen in liquid nitrogen for the event. Bridges hit the tubing with a small hammer to break it. The Cryogenics Testbed was built to provide cryogenics engineering development and testing services to meet the needs of industry. It will also support commercial, government and academic customers for technology development initiatives on the field of cryogenics. The facility is jointly managed by NASA and Dynacs Engineering Co. , NASA/SC's Engineering Development contractor
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Center Director Roy Bridges (left), wearing protective apron, gloves and face shield, watches as liquid nitrogen is poured into a container to freeze the plastic tubing for a special "ribbon-breaking" to open the new Cryogenic Testbed Facility. Bridges hit the section of tubing with a small hammer to break it. The Cryogenics Testbed was built to provide cryogenics engineering development and testing services to meet the needs of industry. It will also support commercial, government and academic customers for technology development initiatives on the field of cryogenics. The facility is jointly managed by NASA and Dynacs Engineering Co. , NASA/SC's Engineering Development contractor
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Lou Dobbs, chief executive officer of Space.com, speaks at Space Congress. Seated to his left are Roy Bridges Jr., Kennedy Space Center director, and Charles Murphy, general chairman of the event. The 37th Space Congress, sponsored by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies, featured the theme "Space Means Business in the 21st Century." The event was held at the Radisson Resort at the Port in Cape Canaveral
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Center Director Roy Bridges (left) dons protective apron, gloves and face shield before the "ribbon-breaking" to open the new Cryogenic Testbed Facility. Part of the normal ceremonial ribbon was replaced with plastic tubing and frozen in liquid nitrogen for the event. Bridges hit the tubing with a small hammer to break it. The Cryogenics Testbed was built to provide cryogenics engineering development and testing services to meet the needs of industry. It will also support commercial, government and academic customers for technology development initiatives on the field of cryogenics. The facility is jointly managed by NASA and Dynacs Engineering Co. , NASA/SC's Engineering Development contractor
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KSC Director Roy Bridges (right) views the new Checkout and Launch Control System (CLCS) at the Hypergolic Maintenance Facility (HMF). Looking on (left to right)are NASA Associate Administrator for Space Flight Joseph Rothenberg, United Space Alliance Lead IPT Frank Norris, KSC Deputy Center Director Jim Jennings, and Deputy Director of External Relations & Business Development Joe Gordon (behind Bridges). At the controls is Charles Novak, HMF programmer, United Space Alliance. The CLCS was declared operational in a ribbon cutting ceremony earlier. The new control room will be used to process the Orbital Maneuvering System pods and Forward Reaction Control System modules at the HMF. This hardware is removed from Space Shuttle orbiters and routinely taken to the HMF for checkout and servicing
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KSC Director Roy Bridges (center) and guests view the new Checkout and Launch Control System (CLCS) at the Hypergolic Maintenance Facility (HMF). Looking on next to him (left) is NASA Associate Administrator for Space Flight Joseph Rothenberg and Pam Gillespie (far right), from Rep. Dave Weldon?s office. The CLCS was declared operational in a ribbon cutting ceremony earlier. The new control room will be used to process the Orbital Maneuvering System pods and Forward Reaction Control System modules at the HMF. This hardware is removed from Space Shuttle orbiters and routinely taken to the HMF for checkout and servicing
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KSC Director Roy Bridges addresses attendees at a ribbon cutting for the new Checkout and Launch Control System (CLCS) at the Hypergolic Maintenance Facility (HMF). The CLCS was declared operational in a ribbon cutting ceremony earlier. The new control room will be used to process the Orbital Maneuvering System pods and Forward Reaction Control System modules at the HMF. This hardware is removed from Space Shuttle orbiters and routinely taken to the HMF for checkout and servicing
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The ribbon is cut and the new Checkout and Launch Control System (CLCS) declared operational. Those taking part in the ceremony are (from left) Joseph Rothenberg, NASA Associate Administrator for Space Flight; Pam Gillespie, from Rep. Dave Weldon's office; Roy Bridges, Kennedy Space Center director; Dave King, director of Shuttle Processing; Retha Hart, deputy associate director, Spaceport Technology Management Office; and Ron Dittemore, manager, Space Shuttle Program. The new control room will be used to process the Orbital Maneuvering System pods and Forward Reaction Control System modules at the HMF. This hardware is removed from Space Shuttle orbiters and routinely taken to the HMF for checkout and servicing
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At the KSC Visitor Complex, Center Director Roy D. Bridges (left) and Florida?s Lieutenant Governor Frank T. Brogan shake hands after signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU documents the intent of NASA KSC and the State of Florida to form partnerships with academic institutions in Florida for development of aerospace-related advanced training and academic/educational programs. The three-year project anticipates that the partnership and educational programs fostered will improve the lifelong learning environment for the aerospace and engineering workforce
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At the KSC Visitor Complex, Center Director Roy D. Bridges (left) and Florida?s Lieutenant Governor Frank T. Brogan sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU documents the intent of NASA KSC and the State of Florida to form partnerships with academic institutions in Florida for development of aerospace-related advanced training and academic/educational programs. The three-year project anticipates that the partnership and educational programs fostered will improve the lifelong learning environment for the aerospace and engineering workforce
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At a 50th anniversary gala capping a year-long celebration of 50 years of rocket launches from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Chris Bailey (left), president of the AFA Cape Canaveral Chapter, receives a rocket model from Maxwell King (right), former president of Brevard Community College. The first launch at CCAFS took place at 9:28 a.m. on July 24, 1950, with the liftoff of Bumper 8 from Launch Complex 3. The gala, hosted by the Cape Canaveral Chapter Air Force Association, featured such speakers as Center Director Roy Bridges; Vice Commander, Air Force Space Command, Lt. Gen. Roger DeKok; and the Honorable David Weldon, U.S. representative of Florida?s 15th Congressional District
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At a 50th anniversary gala capping a year-long celebration of 50 years of launches from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Center Director Roy Bridges (left) receives a plaque from committee chairman Ed Gormel. The plaque has a photo of the first rocket launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFSj) and an anniversary patch below it that was flown on STS-99. The first launch at CCAFS took place at 9:28 a.m. on July 24, 1950, with the liftoff of Bumper 8 from Launch Complex 3. The gala, hosted by the Cape Canaveral Chapter Air Force Association, featured such speakers as Center Director Roy Bridges; Vice Commander, Air Force Space Command, Lt. Gen. Roger DeKok; and the Honorable David Weldon, U.S. representative of Florida?s 15th Congressional District
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Posing for a photograph during the 50th anniversary gala capping a year-long celebration of 50 years of rocket launches from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station are Center Director Roy Bridges (left) and renowned NBC broadcaster, author and emcee Jay Barbree. The first launch at CCAFS took place at 9:28 a.m. on July 24, 1950, with the liftoff of Bumper 8 from Launch Complex 3. The gala was hosted by the Cape Canaveral Chapter Air Force Association
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During Super Safety and Health Day at KSC, keynote speaker Dr. Beck Weathers is given a memento of his visit by Center Director Roy Bridges. Weathers spoke about his ordeal of surviving the 1996 Mt. Everest disaster and the lessons learned from the experience. Safety Day is a full day of NASA-sponsored, KSC and 45th Space Wing events involving a number of health and safety related activities: Displays, vendors, technical paper sessions, panel discussions, a keynote speaker, etc. The entire Center and Wing stand down to participate in the planned events. Safety Day is held annually to proactively increase awareness in safety and health among the government and contractor workforce population. The first guiding principle at KSC is ?Safety and Health First.? KSC?s number one goal is to ?Assure sound, safe and efficient practices and processes are in place for privatized/commercialized launch site processing.
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During Super Safety and Health Day at KSC, keynote speaker Dr. Beck Weathers grimaces over the satellite photo of Mt. Everest being presented by Center Director Roy Bridges. Weathers spoke about his ordeal of surviving the 1996 Mt. Everest disaster and the lessons learned from the experience. Safety Day is a full day of NASA-sponsored, KSC and 45th Space Wing events involving a number of health and safety related activities: Displays, vendors, technical paper sessions, panel discussions, a keynote speaker, etc. The entire Center and Wing stand down to participate in the planned events. Safety Day is held annually to proactively increase awareness in safety and health among the government and contractor workforce population. The first guiding principle at KSC is ?Safety and Health First.? KSC?s number one goal is to ?Assure sound, safe and efficient practices and processes are in place for privatized/commercialized launch site processing.
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During Super Safety and Health Day at KSC, two employees were recognized for submitting winning entries in the theme and logo/poster contests. At left, Center Director Roy Bridges congratulates Dave Earhart with United Space Alliance (USA) for his winning logo; at right, Brig. Gen. Ronald D. Pettit congratulates David Koval with Space Gateway Support (SGS) for his winning theme, ?Safety and Health: A Working Relationship.? Safety Day is a full day of NASA-sponsored, KSC and 45th Space Wing events involving a number of health and safety related activities: Displays, vendors, technical paper sessions, panel discussions, a keynote speaker, etc. The entire Center and Wing stand down to participate in the planned events. Safety Day is held annually to proactively increase awareness in safety and health among the government and contractor workforce population. The first guiding principle at KSC is ?Safety and Health First.? KSC?s number one goal is to ?Assure sound, safe and efficient practices and processes are in place for privatized/commercialized launch site processing.
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In the Training Auditorium at KSC, Center Director Roy Bridges addresses attendees at a presentation for Super Safety and Health Day. Safety Day is a full day of NASA-sponsored, KSC and 45th Space Wing events involving a number of health and safety related activities: Displays, vendors, technical paper sessions, panel discussions, a keynote speaker, etc. The entire Center and Wing stand down to participate in the planned events. Safety Day is held annually to proactively increase awareness in safety and health among the government and contractor workforce population. The first guiding principle at KSC is ?Safety and Health First.? KSC?s number one goal is to ?Assure sound, safe and efficient practices and processes are in place for privatized/commercialized launch site processing.
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Center Director Roy Bridges talks to workers outside the Hazardous Maintenance Facility during Super Safety and Health Day at KSC. Safety Day is a full day of NASA-sponsored, KSC and 45th Space Wing events involving a number of health and safety related activities: Displays, vendors, technical paper sessions, panel discussions, a keynote speaker, etc. The entire Center and Wing stand down to participate in the planned events. Safety Day is held annually to proactively increase awareness in safety and health among the government and contractor workforce population. The first guiding principle at KSC is ?Safety and Health First.? KSC?s number one goal is to ?Assure sound, safe and efficient practices and processes are in place for privatized/commercialized launch site processing.
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Center Director Roy Bridges welcomes the audience to a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the E&O Building at KSC. Home for NASA?s unmanned missions since 1964, the building has been renovated to house the Expendable Launch Vehicle Program
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The audience applauds and enjoys the official opening of the E&O Building as the new site of the Expendable Launch Vehicle Program. Home for NASA?s unmanned missions since 1964, the building has been renovated to house the ELV Program.; Cutting the ribbon for the event were Deputy Manager of the ELV and Payload Carrier Programs, Steve Francois; Director of ELV Launch Services, Michael Benik; Center Director Roy Bridges; Manager of the ELV and Payload Carrier Programs, Bobby Bruckner; and Senior Manager of the Boeing ELV Program Support office, Jim Schofield
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At the Shuttle Landing Facility, Center Director Roy Bridges (left) greets STS-97 Commander Brent Jett on his arrival at KSC for the mission launch. At right is Mission Specialist Carlos Noriega. Jett and Noriega traveled from Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, in the T-38 jet aircraft behind them. Mission STS-97is the sixth construction flight to the International Space Station. Its payload includes the P6 Integrated Truss Structure and a photovoltaic (PV) module, with giant solar arrays that will provide power to the Station. The mission includes two spacewalks to complete the solar array connections. STS-97 is scheduled to launch Nov. 30 at about 10:06 p.m. EST
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During a signing ceremony, Ed Gormel (left), executive director of Spaceport Florida Authority, and Roy Bridges Jr., Center Director, respond to a remark from the audience. The two are signing a SERPL Real Property Use Permit Agreement between the two organizations to construct a three-mile roadway. It is the start of a construction project that includes the Space Experiment Research & Processing Laboratory (SERPL). The signing took place outdoors on S.R. 3 prior to a groundbreaking ceremony for the roadway. The road, to be known as Space Commerce Way, will serve the public by providing a 24-hour access route through KSC from S.R. 3 to the NASA Causeway and KSC Visitor Complex. The SERPL project is enabled by a partnership and collaboration between NASA and the State of Florida to create a vital resource for international and commercial space customers. SERPL is considered a magnet facility, and will support the development and processing of life sciences experiments destined for the International Space Station and accommodate NASA, industry and academic researchers performing associated biological research
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Ed Gormel (left), executive director of Spaceport Florida Authority, and Roy Bridges Jr., Center Director, get ready to sign a SERPL Real Property Use Permit Agreement between the two organizations to construct a three-mile roadway. It is the start of a construction project that includes the Space Experiment Research & Processing Laboratory (SERPL). The signing took place outdoors on S.R. 3 prior to a groundbreaking ceremony for the roadway. The road, to be known as Space Commerce Way, will serve the public by providing a 24-hour access route through KSC from S.R. 3 to the NASA Causeway and KSC Visitor Complex. The SERPL project is enabled by a partnership and collaboration between NASA and the State of Florida to create a vital resource for international and commercial space customers. SERPL is considered a magnet facility, and will support the development and processing of life sciences experiments destined for the International Space Station and accommodate NASA, industry and academic researchers performing associated biological research
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Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. addresses attendees at a groundbreaking ceremony held on S.R. 3. The groundbreaking is for a roadway, to be known as Space Commerce Way, that will serve the public by providing a 24-hour access route through KSC from S.R. 3 to the NASA Causeway and KSC Visitor Complex. It is the start of a construction project that includes the Space Experiment Research & Processing Laboratory (SERPL). The project is enabled by a partnership and collaboration between NASA and the State of Florida to create a vital resource for international and commercial space customers. Among the participants and guests seated under the tent are (in front row, at right) Florida?s Lt. Gov. Frank Brogan and Congressman Dave Weldon. SERPL is considered a magnet facility, and will support the development and processing of life sciences experiments destined for the International Space Station and accommodate NASA, industry and academic researchers performing associated biological research
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At a groundbreaking ceremony, participants and guests get ready to dig in, signifying the start of construction on a new roadway through KSC. It is the start of a construction project that includes the Space Experiment Research & Processing Laboratory (SERPL). From left are Dr. Pamella J. Dana, from the executive office of Florida?s governor, Jeb Bush; Deputy Associate Administrator Michael Hawes, Space Station, NASA; Sen. George Kirkpatrick; Spaceport Florida Authority Executive Director Ed Gormel; Executive Director Dr. Samuel T. Durrance, Florida Space Research Institute; Florida?s Lt. Gov. Frank Brogan; Congressman Dave Weldon; Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; SFA SERPL Program Manager Debra Holliday; KSC SERPL Program Manager Jan Heuser; District Manager Cheryl Harrison-Lee, Florida Department of Transportation; State Senator Jim Sebesta; and KSC Director JoAnn H. Morgan, External Relations and Business Development. The project is enabled by a partnership and collaboration between NASA and the State of Florida to create a vital resource for international and commercial space customers. SERPL is considered a magnet facility, and will support the development and processing of life sciences experiments destined for the International Space Station and accommodate NASA, industry and academic researchers performing associated biological research
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At a groundbreaking ceremony, participants and guests toss their shovelfuls of dirt, signifying the start of construction on a new roadway through KSC. From left are Dr. Pamella J. Dana, from the executive office of Florida?s governor, Jeb Bush; Deputy Associate Administrator Michael Hawes, NASA; Sen. George Kirkpatrick; Spaceport Florida Authority Executive Director Ed Gormel; Executive Director Dr. Samuel T. Durrance, Florida Space Research Institute; Florida?s Lt. Gov. Frank Brogan; Congressman Dave Weldon; Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; SFA SERPL Program Manager Debra Holliday; KSC SERPL Program Manager Jan Heuser; District Manager Cheryl Harrison-Lee, Florida Department of Transportation; State Senator Jim Sebesta; and KSC Director JoAnn H. Morgan, External Relations and Business Development The roadway, to be known as Space Commerce Way, will serve the public by providing a 24-hour access route through KSC from S.R. 3 to the NASA Causeway and KSC Visitor Complex. It is the start of a construction project that includes the Space Experiment Research & Processing Laboratory (SERPL). Considered a magnet facility, the laboratory will support the development and processing of life sciences experiments destined for the International Space Station and accommodate NASA, industry and academic researchers performing associated biological research.. The project is enabled by a partnership and collaboration between NASA and the State of Florida to create a vital resource for international and commercial space customers
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Center Director Roy Bridges addresses attendees at the dedication of the upgraded Launch Vehicle Data Center in Hangar AE, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. The new facility?s three individual control rooms replace a single LVDC control room in use since the mid-1970s. Developed by NASA-KSC to support multiple test operations in parallel or a single large launch operation, the new LVDC allows up to 100 launch vehicle engineers to monitor the voice, data and video systems that support the checkout and launch of an expendable vehicle
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Center Director Roy Bridges poses with Gen. Ralph Everhart on the crawlerway as Space Shuttle Discovery wends its way to Launch Pad 39B. Gen. Everhart is Commander of Space Command
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- The Undersecretary of the Air Force Dr. Lawrence Delaney and his wife, Angie (left), meet Center Director Roy Bridges while they tour the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 3. The orbiter Columbia is currently in bay 3 being prepared for mission STS-109. Targeted for launch in January 2002, STS-109 is a Hubble servicing mission.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- In a special presentation, ISS International Partners donate funds to the Combined Federal Campaign and United Way at KSC to benefit the Sept. 11 recovery efforts. From left are Francesco Santoro of Alenia (Italian Space Agency contractor), Minako Holdrum of the Natinal Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA), Michele Tripoli and Guiseppe Mancuso of Alenia, Todd Arnold, NASA KSC, Shimpei Takahashi of NASDA, Steve Mozes of the Canadian Space Agency, Agostino Verghini of the Italian Space Agency, Frank Ramsey of United Way/CFC, Center Director Roy D. Bridges Jr. and Director of International Space Station/Payload Processing Tip Talone
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- ISS International Partners donate funds to the Combined Federal Campaign and United Way at KSC to benefit the Sept. 11 recovery efforts. From left are Steve Mozes of the Canadian Space Agency, Agostino Verghini of the Italian Space Agency, Frank Ramsey of United way, Center Director Roy D. Bridges Jr. and Director of International Space Station/Payload Processing Tip Talone
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Center Director Roy D. Bridges Jr. (left) welcomes former President Jimmy Carter to Kennedy Space Center. Behind Carter, at right, is Rosalyn Carter, his wife. The Carters are touring KSC
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Director of External Affairs and Business Development JoAnn H. Morgan greets former President Jimmy Carter on his visit to Kennedy Space Center. At far left is Center Director Roy D. Bridges Jr. Carter and former First Lady Rosalyn Carter are touring KSC
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a visit to Kennedy Space Center, former President Jimmy Carter (center) receives a special presentation from Center Director Roy D. Bridges Jr. With Carter is his wife, former first lady Rosalyn Carter
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility, former President Jimmy Carter (center) and former First Lady Rosalyn Carter listen to an explanation of the modules in the SSPF. With them are Center Director Roy D. Bridges Jr. (right of Jimmy Carter) and Director of Payload Processing, International Space Station, Tip Talone (left of Rosalyn Carter). The former president and guests are touring KSC
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Rosalyn and Jimmy Carter, former first lady and U.S. President , talk with Center Director Roy D. Bridges Jr. and Director of External Affairs and Business Development JoAnn H. Morgan. The Carters are touring Kennedy Space Center
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Launch Director Mike Leinbach greets former President Jimmy Carter , who is touring Kennedy Space Center with his wife Rosalyn (right). Center Director Roy D. Bridges Jr. stands between Leinbach and Carter
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a visit to Kennedy Space Center, former President Jimmy Carter (left) pauses for a photo with Center Director Roy D. Bridges
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Orbiter Processing Facility, former President Jimmy Carter (center) gets a closeup view of the underside of an orbiter space vehicle. On the outer edge of the crowd are (left to riht) Launch Director Mike Leinbach (green jacket), Space Shuttle Launch Integration Manager Jim Halsell and Center Director Roy D. Bridges. Carter and former First Lady Rosalyn Carter are touring KSC
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - After a ribbon cutting at the formal opening of a Customer Service office at the Cape Canaveral Spaceport, Center Director Roy Bridges (left) offers a few comments. With him are Brig. Gen. Donald P. Pettit (center)l, commander of the 45th Space Wing, and Executive Director of the Cape Canaveral Spaceport Management Office Ed Gormel (right)
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- (From left) Center Director Roy Bridges, Brig. Gen. Donald P. Pettit and Executive Director of the Cape Canaveral Spaceport Management Office Ed Gormel share the ribbon cutting at the formal opening of a Customer Service office at the Spaceport. Gen. Pettit is the commander of the 45th Space Wing
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. (center) cuts the ribbon for the opening of KSC Direct, the new Web-Broadcast Studio at KSC. Joining him are (left to right) Dennis Armstrong, Web Multimedia manager; JoAnn H. Morgan, director of External Relations and Business Development; Bridges; Vanessa Stromer, Information Technology Division, Spaceport Services; and Brian Chase, district director for Congressman Dave Weldon, who was unable to attend the ceremony. Located in the News Center on the Press Mound at KSC, the Web Broadcast Studio provides video clips of launches, landings and other KSC events in a real-time environment, called KSC Direct, through KSC's Web pages
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