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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Forward Attach Point is installed on the orbiter Discovery, near the nose landing gear. Insulating blankets and tiles, part of the Thermal Protection System, have been installed around it. The equipment attaches the External Tank to the orbiter. Discovery is the orbiter designated for the Return to Flight mission, STS-114. The launch window is May 12 to June 3, 2005.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the ?1st Space Exploration Conference: Continuing the Voyage of Discovery,? being held at Disney?s Contemporary Resort in Orlando, the NASA Explorer School team from McNair High School in Dekalb County, Ga., receives the Space Exploration Video Festival award sponsored by Lockheed Martin. Standing with the awards are Trenten Nash, Theo Maxie and Daniel Jackson. Presenting the awards were John Karas (left), with Lockheed, and Adm. Craig Steidle (right), associate administrator, Office of Exploration Systems at NASA. The three-day conference drew attendees from around the world. It presented topics on new missions, technologies and infrastructure needed to turn the vision for space exploration into reality. Keynote speakers at the three-day conference include NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe, Congressman Dave Weldon, film director James Cameron and NASA?s senior Mars scientist James Garvin. The conference has drawn attendees from around the world.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the ?1st Space Exploration Conference: Continuing the Voyage of Discovery,? held at Disney?s Contemporary Resort in Orlando, the winners of the Space Exploration Video Festival award sponsored by Lockheed Martin get together. Second from left is Daniel Stearns, from East Longmeadow, Mass. The others are the winning team from NASA Explorer School McNair High School in Dekalb County, Ga. At left is Theo Maxie; at right are Daniel Jackson and Trenten Nash. The three-day conference drew attendees from around the world. It presented topics on new missions, technologies and infrastructure needed to turn the vision for space exploration into reality. Keynote speakers at the three-day conference include NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe, Congressman Dave Weldon, film director James Cameron and NASA?s senior Mars scientist James Garvin. The conference has drawn attendees from around the world.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe (center) talks to John Douglass, with the Aerospace Industries Association, at the ?1st Space Exploration Conference: Continuing the Voyage of Discovery,? being held at Disney?s Contemporary Resort in Orlando. O?Keefe is the keynote speaker kicking off the conference. Douglass is one of the panelists. Topics being presented focus on new missions, technologies and infrastructure needed to turn the vision for space exploration into reality. Other keynote speakers at the three-day conference include Congressman Dave Weldon, film director James Cameron and NASA?s senior Mars scientist James Garvin. The conference has drawn attendees from around the world.
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