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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - After the NASA Update by Administrator Sean O?Keefe (left), Center Director Jim Kennedy (right) presented a One NASA Peer Award to Virginia Whitehead for her outstanding customer service. Whitehead is a manager in the Center?s Payload Processing Directorate. The award is given to recognize employees who have demonstrated behaviors consistent with the spirit of One NASA and are called Peer Awards because candidates must be nominated by their peers.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe (left) congratulates Virginia Whitehead upon her receipt of a One NASA Peer Award. The award recognizes Whitehead for her outstanding customer service. Whitehead is a manager in the Center?s Payload Processing Directorate. The award was presented in the Press Site Auditorium following the administrator's NASA Update. The award is given to recognize employees who have demonstrated behaviors consistent with the spirit of One NASA and are called Peer Awards because candidates must be nominated by their peers.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe reports to employees on the state of the Agency from the Press Site Auditorium. The update was broadcast live via NASA Television. O'Keefe focused on the achievements of 2004 and the goals set for 2005. His remarks emphasized the milestones met in NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, including the launch of the comet-chasing Deep Impact mission and the landing of the Huygens probe on Jupiter?s moon Titan, both occurring in the past two days, and the progress made in meeting the requirements to return the Space Shuttle to flight. O?Keefe?s briefing included a dialogue with Associate Administrator of NASA?s Office of Exploration Systems Craig Steidle and Center Director Jim Kennedy, live; and Manager of the Space Station Office Bill Gerstenmaier and Director of Advanced Planning and Jet Propulsion Laboratory Charles Elachi, via satellite.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe (right) is accompanied on stage in the Press Site Auditorium by Associate Administrator of NASA?s Office of Exploration Systems Craig Steidle for a report to employees on the state of the Agency. The update was broadcast live via NASA Television. O'Keefe focused on the achievements of 2004 and the goals set for 2005. His remarks emphasized the milestones met in NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, including the launch of the comet-chasing Deep Impact mission and the landing of the Huygens probe on Jupiter?s moon Titan, both occurring in the past two days, and the progress made in meeting the requirements to return the Space Shuttle to flight. O?Keefe?s briefing included a dialogue with Associate Administrator of NASA?s Office of Exploration Systems Craig Steidle and Center Director Jim Kennedy, live; and Manager of the Space Station Office Bill Gerstenmaier and Director of Advanced Planning and Jet Propulsion Laboratory Charles Elachi, via satellite.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe reports to employees on the state of the Agency from the Press Site Auditorium. The update was broadcast live via NASA Television. O'Keefe focused on the achievements of 2004 and the goals set for 2005. His remarks emphasized the milestones met in NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, including the launch of the comet-chasing Deep Impact mission and the landing of the Huygens probe on Jupiter?s moon Titan, both occurring in the past two days, and the progress made in meeting the requirements to return the Space Shuttle to flight. O?Keefe?s briefing included a dialogue with Associate Administrator of NASA?s Office of Exploration Systems Craig Steidle and Center Director Jim Kennedy, live; and Manager of the Space Station Office Bill Gerstenmaier and Director of Advanced Planning and Jet Propulsion Laboratory Charles Elachi, via satellite.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Center Director Jim Kennedy (right) congratulates Virginia Whitehead upon her receipt of a One NASA Peer Award. The award recognizes Whitehead for her outstanding customer service. Whitehead is a manager in the Center?s Payload Processing Directorate. The award was presented in the Press Site Auditorium following the NASA Update by NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe. The award is given to recognize employees who have demonstrated behaviors consistent with the spirit of One NASA and are called Peer Awards because candidates must be nominated by their peers.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe (center) is presented with a Deep Impact hat in the Press Site Auditorium following his report to employees on the state of the Agency. He is accompanied on stage by Center Director Jim Kennedy (right). The update was broadcast live via NASA Television. O'Keefe focused on the achievements of 2004 and the goals set for 2005. His remarks emphasized the milestones met in NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, including the launch of the comet-chasing Deep Impact mission and the landing of the Huygens probe on Jupiter?s moon Titan, both occurring in the past two days, and the progress made in meeting the requirements to return the Space Shuttle to flight. O?Keefe?s briefing included a dialogue with Associate Administrator of NASA?s Office of Exploration Systems Craig Steidle and Center Director Jim Kennedy, live; and Manager of the Space Station Office Bill Gerstenmaier and Director of Advanced Planning and Jet Propulsion Laboratory Charles Elachi, via satellite.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Associate Administrator of Space Operations Mission Directorate William F. Readdy (left) publicly praises the outstanding customer service provided by Virginia Whitehead upon her receipt of a One NASA Peer Award. The award was presented in the Press Site Auditorium following the NASA Update by Administrator Sean O?Keefe. The award is given to recognize employees who have demonstrated behaviors consistent with the spirit of One NASA and are called Peer Awards because candidates must be nominated by their peers.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Press Site Auditorium, NASA managers and employees listen to NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe's report on the state of the Agency. The update was broadcast live via NASA Television. O'Keefe focused on the achievements of 2004 and the goals set for 2005. His remarks emphasized the milestones met in NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, including the launch of the comet-chasing Deep Impact mission and the landing of the Huygens probe on Jupiter?s moon Titan, both occurring in the past two days, and the progress made in meeting the requirements to return the Space Shuttle to flight. O?Keefe?s briefing included a dialogue with Associate Administrator of NASA?s Office of Exploration Systems Craig Steidle and Center Director Jim Kennedy, live; and Manager of the Space Station Office Bill Gerstenmaier and Director of Advanced Planning and Jet Propulsion Laboratory Charles Elachi, via satellite.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe (right) is accompanied on stage in the Press Site Auditorium by Center Director Jim Kennedy for a report to employees on the state of the Agency. The update was broadcast live via NASA Television. O'Keefe focused on the achievements of 2004 and the goals set for 2005. His remarks emphasized the milestones met in NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, including the launch of the comet-chasing Deep Impact mission and the landing of the Huygens probe on Jupiter?s moon Titan, both occurring in the past two days, and the progress made in meeting the requirements to return the Space Shuttle to flight. O?Keefe?s briefing included a dialogue with Associate Administrator of NASA?s Office of Exploration Systems Craig Steidle and Center Director Jim Kennedy, live; and Manager of the Space Station Office Bill Gerstenmaier and Director of Advanced Planning and Jet Propulsion Laboratory Charles Elachi, via satellite.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe (right) is accompanied on stage in the Press Site Auditorium by Center Director Jim Kennedy for a report to employees on the state of the Agency. The update was broadcast live via NASA Television. O'Keefe focused on the achievements of 2004 and the goals set for 2005. His remarks emphasized the milestones met in NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, including the launch of the comet-chasing Deep Impact mission and the landing of the Huygens probe on Jupiter?s moon Titan, both occurring in the past two days, and the progress made in meeting the requirements to return the Space Shuttle to flight. O?Keefe?s briefing included a dialogue with Associate Administrator of NASA?s Office of Exploration Systems Craig Steidle and Center Director Jim Kennedy, live; and Manager of the Space Station Office Bill Gerstenmaier and Director of Advanced Planning and Jet Propulsion Laboratory Charles Elachi, via satellite.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe (right) is accompanied on stage in the Press Site Auditorium by Associate Administrator of NASA?s Office of Exploration Systems Craig Steidle for a report to employees on the state of the Agency. The update was broadcast live via NASA Television. O'Keefe focused on the achievements of 2004 and the goals set for 2005. His remarks emphasized the milestones met in NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, including the launch of the comet-chasing Deep Impact mission and the landing of the Huygens probe on Jupiter?s moon Titan, both occurring in the past two days, and the progress made in meeting the requirements to return the Space Shuttle to flight. O?Keefe?s briefing included a dialogue with Associate Administrator of NASA?s Office of Exploration Systems Craig Steidle and Center Director Jim Kennedy, live; and Manager of the Space Station Office Bill Gerstenmaier and Director of Advanced Planning and Jet Propulsion Laboratory Charles Elachi, via satellite.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - After the NASA Update by Administrator Sean O?Keefe, Center Director Jim Kennedy presented a One NASA Peer Award to Virginia Whitehead for her outstanding customer service. From left are Associate Administrator of Space Operations Mission Directorate William F. Readdy, O'Keefe, Whitehead, and Kennedy. Whitehead is a manager in the Center?s Payload Processing Directorate. The award is given to recognize employees who have demonstrated behaviors consistent with the spirit of One NASA and are called Peer Awards because candidates must be nominated by their peers.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe (right) is accompanied on stage in the Press Site Auditorium by Center Director Jim Kennedy for a report to employees on the state of the Agency. The update was broadcast live via NASA Television. O'Keefe focused on the achievements of 2004 and the goals set for 2005. His remarks emphasized the milestones met in NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, including the launch of the comet-chasing Deep Impact mission and the landing of the Huygens probe on Jupiter?s moon Titan, both occurring in the past two days, and the progress made in meeting the requirements to return the Space Shuttle to flight. O?Keefe?s briefing included a dialogue with Associate Administrator of NASA?s Office of Exploration Systems Craig Steidle and Center Director Jim Kennedy, live; and Manager of the Space Station Office Bill Gerstenmaier and Director of Advanced Planning and Jet Propulsion Laboratory Charles Elachi, via satellite.
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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIF. - Inside the NASA spacecraft processing hangar 1610 located on North Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, Lockheed-Martin workers attach a crane to lift the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA-N) spacecraft from its shipping container and move it to an assembly and test stand. It will be mated to the Delta II payload attach fitting. Launch of NOAA-N aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket is currently scheduled for May 11, 2005. NOAA-N is the fourth in the series of support dedicated microwave instruments for the generation of temperature, moisture, surface, and hydrological products in cloudy regions where visible and infrared (IR) instruments have decreased capability.
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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIF. - Inside the NASA spacecraft processing hangar 1610 located on North Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA-N) spacecraft is seen from a different view that includes the solar arrays while on an assembly and test stand. It will be mated to the Delta II payload attach fitting. Launch of NOAA-N aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket is currently scheduled for May 11, 2005. NOAA-N is the fourth in the series of support dedicated microwave instruments for the generation of temperature, moisture, surface, and hydrological products in cloudy regions where visible and infrared (IR) instruments have decreased capability.
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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIF. - Inside the NASA spacecraft processing hangar 1610 located on North Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA-N) spacecraft is seen from a different view on an assembly and test stand. It will be mated to the Delta II payload attach fitting. Launch of NOAA-N aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket is currently scheduled for May 11, 2005. NOAA-N is the fourth in the series of support dedicated microwave instruments for the generation of temperature, moisture, surface, and hydrological products in cloudy regions where visible and infrared (IR) instruments have decreased capability.
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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIF. - Inside the NASA spacecraft processing hangar 1610 located on North Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA-N) spacecraft sits attached to the Boeing Delta II payload attach fitting on the bottom. Launch of NOAA-N aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket is currently scheduled for May 11, 2005. NOAA-N is the fourth in the series of support dedicated microwave instruments for the generation of temperature, moisture, surface, and hydrological products in cloudy regions where visible and infrared (IR) instruments have decreased capability.
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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIF. - Inside the NASA spacecraft processing hangar 1610 located on North Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA-N) spacecraft is raised to a vertical position on an assembly and test stand. It will be mated to the Delta II payload attach fitting. Launch of NOAA-N aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket is currently scheduled for May 11, 2005. NOAA-N is the fourth in the series of support dedicated microwave instruments for the generation of temperature, moisture, surface, and hydrological products in cloudy regions where visible and infrared (IR) instruments have decreased capability.
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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIF. - Inside the NASA spacecraft processing hangar 1610 located on North Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, Lockheed-Martin workers help guide the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA-N) spacecraft, above, onto the Boeing Delta II payload attach fitting below. Launch of NOAA-N aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket is currently scheduled for May 11, 2005. NOAA-N is the fourth in the series of support dedicated microwave instruments for the generation of temperature, moisture, surface, and hydrological products in cloudy regions where visible and infrared (IR) instruments have decreased capability.
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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIF. - Inside the NASA spacecraft processing hangar 1610 located on North Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA-N) spacecraft has been raised to a vertical position on an assembly and test stand. It will be mated to the Delta II payload attach fitting. Launch of NOAA-N aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket is currently scheduled for May 11, 2005. NOAA-N is the fourth in the series of support dedicated microwave instruments for the generation of temperature, moisture, surface, and hydrological products in cloudy regions where visible and infrared (IR) instruments have decreased capability.
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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIF. - Inside the NASA spacecraft processing hangar 1610 located on North Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, Lockheed-Martin workers attach a crane to move the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA-N) spacecraft. NOAA-N will be lifted and mated to the Boeing Delta II payload attach fitting. Launch of NOAA-N aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket is currently scheduled for May 11, 2005. NOAA-N is the fourth in the series of support dedicated microwave instruments for the generation of temperature, moisture, surface, and hydrological products in cloudy regions where visible and infrared (IR) instruments have decreased capability.
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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIF. - Inside the NASA spacecraft processing hangar 1610 located on North Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, Lockheed-Martin workers maneuver the Boeing Delta II payload attach fitting onto a connecting ring on the floor. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA-N) spacecraft, in the background, will then be mated to the payload attach fitting. Launch of NOAA-N aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket is currently scheduled for May 11, 2005. NOAA-N is the fourth in the series of support dedicated microwave instruments for the generation of temperature, moisture, surface, and hydrological products in cloudy regions where visible and infrared (IR) instruments have decreased capability.
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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIF. - Inside the NASA spacecraft processing hangar 1610 located on North Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, Lockheed-Martin workers help guide the suspended National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA-N) spacecraft toward the Boeing Delta II payload attach fitting in the foreground. Launch of NOAA-N aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket is currently scheduled for May 11, 2005. NOAA-N is the fourth in the series of support dedicated microwave instruments for the generation of temperature, moisture, surface, and hydrological products in cloudy regions where visible and infrared (IR) instruments have decreased capability.
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