Press Release

Unique NASA -University Cyber Conference Scheduled Thursday

By SpaceRef Editor
October 17, 2000
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NASA Administrator Daniel S. Goldin hosts a new higher-
education initiative Oct. 19 as part of a unique live cyber
conference originating from Headquarters in Washington, DC.

The program, moderated by Gen. Spence Armstrong, Senior Advisor to
the Administrator, is designed to strengthen the Agency’s
partnerships with the nation’s universities and colleges, and will
originate from the James E. Webb auditorium from 1 to 4 p.m. EDT.

Due to continuous coverage of the STS-92 Space Shuttle mission on
NASA Television, the NASA-University Cyber Conference TV coverage
can be seen on GE3 (KU), Transponder 17, located at 87 degrees
West longitude. The frequency is 12040.0 MHz. Polarization is
horizontal and audio is at 6.2/6.8 MHz.

For information on how to join in the webcast on the Internet,

Details of this major new higher-education initiative will be
revealed in presentations, including question and answer sessions,
by Associate Administrators for the Agency’s major Enterprises in
order to provide universities and colleges increased opportunities
to participate in NASA’s mission.

SpaceRef staff editor.