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NASA : NASA Offers Media Access to Cygnus Cargo Module Nov. 13 .- NASA Ofertas Acceso a medios al módulo de carga Cygnus 13 de noviembre

Hola amigos: A VUELO DE UN QUINDE EL BLOG., Dentro de la gran altura de la carga útil Fondo para Mantenimiento Peligrosos en el Centro Espacial Kennedy de la NASA en Florida, fue utilizado para quitar la cubierta protectora del módulo presurizado Orbital ATK Cygnus. La nave espacial llevará a más de 7.000 libras de carga en el próximo vuelo de reabastecimiento a la Estación Espacial Internacional. La puesta en marcha en la actualidad está dirigida por Jueves, 03 de diciembre a bordo de un United Launch Alliance Atlas V 401 cohetes desde el espacio Launch Complex 41 en la estación de Cabo Cañaveral, Florida.
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Orbital ATK Cygnus in the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida
Inside the high bay in the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, was used to remove the protective covering from the Orbital ATK Cygnus pressurized module. The spacecraft will carry more than 7,000 pounds of cargo on the next resupply flight to the International Space Station. The launch currently is targeted for Thursday, Dec. 3 aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 401 rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
Credits: NASA/Kim Shiflett
 
Media will have the opportunity to view the Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft filled with carNASA Ofertas Acceso a medios al módulo de carga Cygnus 13 de noviembrego and research for the International Space Station on Friday, Nov.13, at NASA’s Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility (PHSF) at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Photos will be permitted, and representatives from Orbital ATK, United Launch Alliance, and the International Space Station office at Kennedy will be available for interviews at the facility. Media will depart from Kennedy’s Press Site at 1 p.m. EST, returning by 4:30 p.m.

The unpiloted Cygnus will be Orbital ATK’s fourth cargo mission to the space station for NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services contract, and the first flight of the enhanced variant of the Cygnus pressurized cargo module, which will deliver more than 7,000 pounds to the station. Cygnus consists of a pressurized cargo module for crew supplies, scientific experiments and equipment, together with an associated service module providing solar power and propulsion.

The launch is currently targeted for Thursday, Dec. 3 during a 30-minute window that opens at approximately 6 p.m., aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 401 rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.  

Full clean room attire will be provided and must be worn during the PHSF tour. Long pants and closed-toe shoes are required. No shorts, skirts or high heels will be permitted. To be consistent with clean room protocol, journalists are asked not to wear perfume, cologne or makeup.

NASA security will verify the integrity of camera equipment and associated items to be taken inside the facility. Prior to entering the high bay, photographers must clean camera equipment under the supervision of contamination control specialists. Alcohol wipes will be provided.

All camera equipment must be self-contained. No portable lights can be permitted. Flash photography will be allowed, but the facility has adequate high pressure sodium lighting (orange cast) for pictures. Wireless microphones will be permitted inside the high bay.

Nonessential equipment such as camera bags or other carrying cases, cellular phones, pencils, food, tobacco, chewing gum, lighters, matches or pocket knives are prohibited inside the clean room.

Media accreditation requests for this event should be submitted online at:


This event is open only to media who are United States citizens. The deadline to apply for accreditation is 4 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 12. Two forms of unexpired legal, government identification is required to access Kennedy Space Center. One form must include a photo, such as a driver’s license or passport. Badges will be available for pick up at the Kennedy badging office located on State Road 405 east of the Kennedy Visitor Complex. Hours for the Kennedy Badging Office are 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.

NASA Offers Media Access to Cygnus Cargo Module Nov. 13


Orbital ATK Cygnus in the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida
Inside the high bay in the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, was used to remove the protective covering from the Orbital ATK Cygnus pressurized module. The spacecraft will carry more than 7,000 pounds of cargo on the next resupply flight to the International Space Station. The launch currently is targeted for Thursday, Dec. 3 aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 401 rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
Credits: NASA/Kim Shiflett
Media will have the opportunity to view the Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft filled with cargo and research for the International Space Station on Friday, Nov.13, at NASA’s Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility (PHSF) at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Photos will be permitted, and representatives from Orbital ATK, United Launch Alliance, and the International Space Station office at Kennedy will be available for interviews at the facility. Media will depart from Kennedy’s Press Site at 1 p.m. EST, returning by 4:30 p.m.

The unpiloted Cygnus will be Orbital ATK’s fourth cargo mission to the space station for NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services contract, and the first flight of the enhanced variant of the Cygnus pressurized cargo module, which will deliver more than 7,000 pounds to the station. Cygnus consists of a pressurized cargo module for crew supplies, scientific experiments and equipment, together with an associated service module providing solar power and propulsion.

The launch is currently targeted for Thursday, Dec. 3 during a 30-minute window that opens at approximately 6 p.m., aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 401 rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.

Full clean room attire will be provided and must be worn during the PHSF tour. Long pants and closed-toe shoes are required. No shorts, skirts or high heels will be permitted. To be consistent with clean room protocol, journalists are asked not to wear perfume, cologne or makeup.

NASA security will verify the integrity of camera equipment and associated items to be taken inside the facility. Prior to entering the high bay, photographers must clean camera equipment under the supervision of contamination control specialists. Alcohol wipes will be provided.

All camera equipment must be self-contained. No portable lights can be permitted. Flash photography will be allowed, but the facility has adequate high pressure sodium lighting (orange cast) for pictures. Wireless microphones will be permitted inside the high bay.

Nonessential equipment such as camera bags or other carrying cases, cellular phones, pencils, food, tobacco, chewing gum, lighters, matches or pocket knives are prohibited inside the clean room.

Media accreditation requests for this event should be submitted online at:


This event is open only to media who are United States citizens. The deadline to apply for accreditation is 4 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 12. Two forms of unexpired legal, government identification is required to access Kennedy Space Center. One form must include a photo, such as a driver’s license or passport. Badges will be available for pick up at the Kennedy badging office located on State Road 405 east of the Kennedy Visitor Complex. Hours for the Kennedy Badging Office are 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Questions about accreditation should be directed to Jennifer Horner at jennifer.p.horner@nasa.gov or by calling 321-867-6598.

For other questions or additional information, contact the Kennedy newsroom at 321-867-2468.

For more information about the Orbital ATK resupply mission, visit:


For more information about the International Space Station, its crew and research, visit:


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Tabatha Thompson
Headquarters, Washington
202-358-1100
tabatha.t.thompson@nasa.gov

George Diller
Kennedy Space Center, Fla.
321-867-2468
george.h.diller@nasa.gov

Vicki Cox
Orbital ATK, Dulles, Va.
410-409-8723
vicki.cox@orbitalatk.com
Last Updated: Nov. 6, 2015
Editor: Karen Northon

Questions about accreditation should be directed to Jennifer Horner at jennifer.p.horner@nasa.gov or by calling 321-867-6598.

For other questions or additional information, contact the Kennedy newsroom at 321-867-2468.

For more information about the Orbital ATK resupply mission, visit:


For more information about the International Space Station, its crew and research, visit:


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Tabatha Thompson
Headquarters, Washington
202-358-1100
tabatha.t.thompson@nasa.gov

George Diller
Kennedy Space Center, Fla.
321-867-2468
george.h.diller@nasa.gov

Vicki Cox
Orbital ATK, Dulles, Va.
410-409-8723
vicki.cox@orbitalatk.com
Last Updated: Nov. 6, 2015
Editor: Karen Northon

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