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National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Marshall Star: July 19, 2007: Vol. 47/No. 43
Serving the Marshall Space Flight Center Community
July 19, 2007
STS-118: build the station, build the future
From combined reports pace shuttle Endeavour is targeted to launch Aug. 7 from the Kennedy Space Center, Fla. The mission will be Endeavours first flight in more than four years. The shuttle has undergone extensive modifications, including the addition of safety upgrades already added to orbiters Discovery and Atlantis. Endeavour also features new hardware, such as the Station-to-Shuttle Power Transfer System that will allow the docked shuttle to draw electrical power from the station and extend its visits to the orbiting lab. Like all shuttle missions, STS-118 is about the future: putting the International Space Station a step closer to completion and gathering experience that will help people return to the moon and go on to Mars. But this mission also will see a dream realized and a vision of inspiration completed. Barbara R. Morgan, selected 22 years ago for the Teacher in Space Project, will strap into space shuttle Endeavour as a fully trained Crew members of STS-118, from left are mission specialists Rick Mastracchio, astronaut. She is one of five mission specialists in the Barbara R. Morgan, pilot Charlie Hobaugh, Commander Scott Kelly and mission seven-member crew. specialists Tracy Caldwell, Canadian Space Agencys Dave Williams and Alvin Drew. The mission has lots of angles, Matt Abbott, lead shuttle flight director, said. Theres a little bit of assembly; theres some education and public affairs events. Its a little bit of everything. resupply; theres some repair. And there are some high-visibility The little bit of assembly as in assembly of the International
See STS-118 on page 4
NASA to roll out Human Capital Information Environment services portal Aug. 13
On Aug. 13, NASA will unveil its new Human Capital Information Environment workforce services Internet portal designed to provide comprehensive human resource information to civil service employees. It will permit easy access to authorized users, via a single point of entry and log-in, to human capital systems,
financial, security and employee information from a variety of sources. Once employees have set up their password manager, they will be able to access the following sites and services: USAJobs, the official online resource for federal employment opportunities NASAs Automated Staffing and Recruitment System, or STARS, an online service that helps employees apply for vacant positions and helps human resources personnel assess resumes and place qualified candidates
See HCIE on page 4
NASAs Spitzer finds water vapor on hot, alien planet
NASA Headquarters A scorching-hot gas planet beyond our solar system is steaming up with water vapor, according to new observations from NASAs Spitzer Space Telescope. The planet, called HD 189733b, swelters as it zips closely around its star every two days or so. Astronomers had predicted that planets of this class, termed hot Jupiters, would contain water vapor in their atmospheres. Yet finding solid evidence for this has been slippery. These latest data are the most convincing yet that hot Jupiters are wet. Were thrilled to have identified clear signs of water on a planet that is trillions of miles away, said Giovanna Tinetti, a European Space Agency fellow at the Institute dAstrophysique de Paris in France. Tinetti is lead author of a paper on HD 189733b appearing in the July 11 Nature. Although water is an essential ingredient to life as we know it, wet, hot Jupiters are not likely to harbor any creatures. Previous measurements from Spitzer indicate that HD 189733b is a fiery 1,340 degrees Fahrenheit on average. Ultimately, astronomers hope to use instruments like those on Spitzer to find water on rocky, habitable planets like Earth. Finding water on this planet implies that other planets in the universe, possibly even rocky ones, could also have water, said co-author Sean Carey of NASAs Spitzer Science Center at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. Im excited to tell my nephews and niece about the discovery. The new findings are part of a brand new field of science investigating the climate on exoplanets, or planets outside our solar system. Such faraway planets cannot be seen directly; however, in the past few years, astronomers have begun to glean information about their atmospheres by observing a subset of hot Jupiters that transit, or pass in front of, their stars as seen from Earth. with Spitzers infrared array camera at three different infrared wavelengths and noticed that for each wavelength a different amount of light was absorbed by the planet. The pattern by which this absorption varies with wavelength matches that created by water. Water is the only molecule that can explain that behavior, said Tinetti. Observing primary eclipses in infrared light is the best way to search for this molecule in exoplanets. The water on HD 189733b is too hot to condense into clouds; however, previous observations of the planet from Spitzer and other ground and space-based telescopes suggest that it might have dry clouds, along with high winds and a hot, sun-facing side that is warmer than its dark side. HD 189733b is located 63 light-years away in the constellation Vulpecula.
Authors of the Nature paper
Other authors of the Nature paper include Alfred Vidal-Madjar, Jean-Phillippe Beaulieu, David Sing and Nicole Allard of the Institute dAstrophysique de Paris; Mao-Chang Liang of Caltech in California and the Academia Sinica, Taiwan; Yuk Yung of Caltech; Robert J. Barber and Jonathan Tennyson of University College London in England; Ignasi Ribas of the Institut de Cincies de lEspai, Spain; Gilda E. Ballester of the University of Arizona, Tucson; and Franck Selsis of the Ecole Normale Suprieure, France. JPL manages the Spitzer Space Telescope mission for NASAs Science Mission Directorate, Washington. Science operations are conducted at the Spitzer Science Center at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena. JPL is a division of Caltech. Spitzers infrared array camera was built by NASAs Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md. The instruments principal investigator is Giovanni Fazio of the HarvardSmithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Mass.
Using the Spitzer telescope
Earlier this year, Spitzer became the first telescope to analyze, or break apart, the light from two transiting hot Jupiters, HD 189733b and HD 209458b. One of its instruments, called a spectrometer, observed the planets as they dipped behind their stars in what is called the secondary eclipse. This led to the first-ever fingerprint, or spectrum, of an exoplanets light. Yet, the results came up dry, probably because the structure of these planets atmospheres makes finding water with this method difficult. Later, a team of astronomers found hints of water in HD 209458b by analyzing visible-light data taken by NASAs Hubble Space Telescope. The Hubble data were captured as the planet crossed in front of the star, an event called the primary eclipse. Now, Tinetti and her team have captured the best evidence yet for wet, hot Jupiters by watching HD 189733bs primary eclipse in infrared light with Spitzer. In this method, changes in infrared light from the star are measured as the planet slips by, filtering starlight through its outer atmosphere. The astronomers observed the eclipse
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This artists impression shows a gas-giant exoplanet transiting the face of its star.
Former first lady, Lady Bird Johnson, visited Marshall Center in 1964
Former first lady Lady Bird Johnson, who died last week at 94, visited the Marshall Center on March 24, 1964. Dr. Wernher von Braun, Marshalls first center director, presents Johnson with an inscribed hard hat during her visit. While at Marshall, Johnson addressed center employees, toured facilities and witnessed test firings of a Saturn I first stage and an F-1 engine. Von Braun is wearing a Texas hat presented to him months earlier by President Lyndon Johnson during a visit to the Johnson ranch in Texas.
Exploration Experience exhibit to visit Space & Rocket Center
NASAs Vision for Space Exploration Experience exhibit will be open to the public at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville on July 23-27. Housed in a 53-foot-long mobile trailer, the exhibit provides visitors with a vivid glimpse into the nations ambitious future in space, and demonstrates how NASA exploration fosters inspiration, innovation and discovery, creating a better future for all of us. Its appearance at the Space & Rocket Center marks its first public display in Huntsville since launching a nationwide tour in fall 2005. The Vision for Space Exploration Experience will be open to the public in the Space & Rocket Centers east parking lot Monday through Thursday, July 23-26, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day; and Friday, July 27, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The exhibit also will be open July 26 from 5-8 p.m. for attendees of the weekly Thursday Night at the Museum event, part of the Space & Rocket Centers 25th anniversary celebration. At 5 p.m., retired astronaut Story Musgrave will speak at the exhibit about NASAs vision for the future. A reception will follow in the museum. Free tickets for the event, sponsored by Lockheed Martin, are available at the rocket center ticket desk. There is no charge to tour the exhibit. The trailer is wheelchair accessible.
Marshall employees invited to In the Shadow of the Moon documentary screening
Marshall employees are invited to attend a free screening of the documentary, In the Shadow of the Moon, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Friday, July 20, in Morris Auditorium in Building 4200. The film is 100 minutes in duration.
The documentary chronicles the Apollo era of space flight and will be released in theaters Sept. 7. NASA provided a significant amount of footage for the film, which features unforgettable moments in space and interviews with some of the explorers. The screening coincides with the July 20 commemoration of the 38th anniversary of the first moon landing. To view the In the Shadow of the Moon trailer, go to http:// www.apple.com/trailers/thinkfilm/intheshadowofthemoon/trailer/. For more information, contact Daniel Kanigan at 544-6849 or email@example.com
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Space Station refers to the next segment that will be attached to the right side of the stations backbone, or truss. The new segment, known as the S5, is relatively small and weighs about 5,000 pounds. The piece provides clearance between sets of solar arrays on the truss structure. That doesnt mean, however, that installing it will be easy. Every crew member will play a part. Pilot Charlie Hobaugh and space station Flight Engineer Clay Anderson will operate the station robotic arm that moves the segment into place, while spacewalkers Dave Williams and Rick Mastracchio provide guidance from the outside and finish the installation. Commander Scott Kelly and mission specialists Tracy Caldwell and Alvin Drew will help out inside. Morgan will operate the shuttle robotic arm to provide television views of the operation. Its less than 2 inches from some critical electronic components that we want to make sure we dont come in contact with, Kelly said. So thats a very tight clearance. I think right now the manifest has us bringing up about 5,000 pounds and then bringing down about 5,000 pounds, Kelly said. So its a lot of spare parts, food, clothing, scientific experiments. Well unload that and then reload it with stuff that needs to come home garbage, spare parts that are no longer needed on the station. Then theres the repair work, which Lead Station Flight Director Joel Montalbano expects to be one of the most difficult parts of the mission. One of the stations control moment gyroscopes a spinning wheel used to control the space stations orientation experienced problems and was shut down in October. Program managers determined that it needed to be replaced during STS-118. Kellys crew had less than a year to train for the task. The other stuff is a challenge, but weve known it was coming, Montalbano said. Weve developed procedures, weve trained the crew its all known. The gyroscope, its a little bit new to us. Were putting a major task in when were well into training. All together, its a lot to get done in one mission but thanks to an electrical boost from the space station, the STS-118 crew could have a little more time than most missions to get it all done. Endeavour will be the first to try out a new system designed to let the shuttle use electrical power from the station. The extra juice will allow Endeavour to stay in space for an extended period of time while docked to the station. STS-118 currently is an 11-day mission with three spacewalks planned. Mission managers could add three more days and an additional spacewalk after the Station-Shuttle Power Transfer System is activated and checked out. The payload for mission STS-118 is being Future missions could installed in the payload bay on space shuttle Endeavour from the payload gain as many as six extra days once all the stations changeout room on Launch Pad 39A. solar arrays are installed and providing power. This will become more important as the construction of the station continues. Im really excited about going up and doing our jobs and doing them well, Morgan said. Im excited about experiencing the whole spaceflight, seeing Earth from space for the very first time and experiencing weightlessness and what thats all about. I am excited about seeing what its like living and working on board the International Space Station. In 2002, Morgan was chosen as the first educator to become a mission specialist astronaut. The Educator Astronaut Project evolved from the Teacher in Space Project. Both aimed to engage and attract students to explore the excitement and wonder of spaceflight and to inspire and support educators. Morgans primary duty is the same as it is for the entire crew accomplish the planned objectives of the station assembly mission. But she also will take part in several education-related activities.
The System for Administration, Training and Educational Resources, or SATERN, NASAs learning management system offering Web-based access to training and career development resources The Competency Management System, a NASA-wide application used to measure and monitor the agencys knowledge base Employee Express, a round-the-clock online service that allows NASA employees to make changes to their benefits and payroll information
The Thrift Savings Plan, the retirement savings plan for federal workers WebTADS, the agencys Web-based time and attendance system Employees also will be able to view their personnel information using the NASA Employee Profile System. Prior to rollout of the new portal, Marshall Center employees will receive specific portal log-in instructions and the process required to obtain a user ID and password. For more information about the rollout of the Human Capital Information Environment portal, call Thom Holden at 544-7526 or Brian Rogers at 544-2851.
NASA updated systems engineering processes and requirements being implemented at Marshall
By Lori Meggs Whether building a house, a car or even a launch vehicle, virtually everyone agrees that the integration process runs smoother when everyone follows common practices. Thats why NASA has updated its requirements for systems engineering the coordination of all engineering efforts on a project to ensure that each NASA center uses the same processes for building space hardware and products. On July 17, the Marshall Center began learning about the new requirements with an awareness briefing the first of three levels in implementing the processes.
In the coming months, two more levels will be taught through the Web-based Academy of Program/Project and Engineering Leadership system at Marshall. Level two in the fall will be a more detailed, two-day session to help program managers, systems engineers and lead engineers learn how the requirements will affect their particular projects. Level three will be a one-week application class, highlighting the best systems engineering practices and how they can be applied to specific work areas. We have formed a Marshall systems engineering working group with representatives from across the center to identify who will be trained, said Phil Hall, the working groups lead in Marshalls Engineering Programs and Systems Office in the Engineering Directorate. When these systems engineering practices are put in place, they are not only going to help reduce costs and schedules, but also build better teams, building better space hardware. For more information on the NPR 7123 NASA systems engineering processes and requirements, call Phil Hall at 544-2525. The writer, an ASRI employee, supports the Office of Strategic Analysis and Communications.
To submit a classified ad to the Marshall Star, go to Inside Marshall, to Employee Resources, and click on Employee Ads Submit Ad. Ads are limited to 15 words, including contact numbers. No sales pitches. Deadline for the next issue is 4:30 p.m. Thursday.
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Shuttle Buddies to meet July 23
The Shuttle Buddies will meet at 9 a.m. Monday, July 23, at Mullins Restaurant on Andrew Jackson Way. For more information, call Deemer Self at 881-7757.
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Saturn V is rolling to the new Davidson Saturn V Center
The Saturn V rocket at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center is on its way to the Davidson Saturn V Center, its new home on the rocket center grounds. The rollout began with a Rocket Roll ceremony July 10. All five stages of the Saturn V are expected to be in the new building by Aug. 1. The Marshall Facilities Office and EG&G developed the move plan and are working to move the rocket. The Davidson Center, scheduled to open in January 2008, is a 68,200-square-foot facility that will serve as the new front door to the Space & Rocket Center.
Above, the third stage of the Saturn V is transported on a large hauler. Left, Marshall Deputy Director Robert Lightfoot speaks at the ceremony.
Dear MSFC family: My family and I offer our sincere thanks for your care, concern and support at the tragic death of our 3-month-old son, Elijah Frederick Sorensen, on June 30. The food, flowers, phone calls, cards and visits sustained us. We were touched and comforted by the many people who attended the visitation and funeral for Elijah. Your friendship and kindness will never be forgotten. Please continue to remember us in your thoughts and prayers. -Kirk Sorensen and family
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SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SONY SOUNDWAVE SOUNDWAVE SPHINX STRATO SUGDEN SUMMIT TANDBERG TANDBERG TANDBERG TANDBERG TANDBERG
ST 590ES ST 707 ES ST 770ES ST 2950 F ST SE 500 CDP 101 CDP 102 CDP 103 CDP 750 CDP 950 CDP 991 CDP 303 ES CDP 333 ESD CDP 502 II ESD CDP 555 ESD CDP X505ES DVP S 725 D DVP S 7700 CDP C 425 CDP XE 510 CDP XE 700 CDP M 18 CDP M 26 CDP M 54 CDP M 301 SLV AV 100 AVH 910 SS-VC 225 ICF 6800 W EX 880 MD STR V 5 STR VX 30 LISSA /STR+CDP+MDS/ LS A1 ( A+T+C) 1100 A 1100 R PROJECT TWELWE T 1000 C 128 SL S 90 TL 2520 TR 1040 TR 2030 TR 2080 TCD 310 MK II
TANDBERG TANDBERG TANGENT TASCAM TASCAM T+A TEAC TEAC TEAC TEAC TEAC TEAC TEAC TEAC TEAC TEAC TEAC TEAC TEAC TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS
6000 X 3006 CDP 50 DA 30 CDA 700 PP 80 T 70 TX 110 W 525 R W 580 R A 919 AV AG 680 AG V 3020 AS 200 V 750 R V 850 X R 888 X Z 6000 AX 1000 /STK+SEA/808 SEA7 + SUA8 A 900S +C800 SEA 900 II SU A 4 SA 100 LK SA 500 K SA 5560 SU V 6x SU V 9 SU V 50 SU V 8600 SU V 8 SU 3500 SAR100 L SA R 230 L SA 515 ST G 3L ST G 5L ST G 6 TL ST G 50 L ST GT 550 ST S 7 ST S 8 STS 707 SL PJ 44
TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TECHNICS TELEFUNKEN TELEFUNKEN TELEFUNKEN TELEFUNKEN TELEFUNKEN TELEMASTER TELETON THORENS THORENS THORENS THORENS THORENS
SL P 1 SL P 8 SL P 10 SL P 200 SL P 202 SL P 470 SL P 550 SL P 500 SL P 555 SL P 600C SL P 720 SL P 990 SL P 1000 SL P 1200 CD SL P 1200 II PHONO SL PG 3 SL PG 4 SL PG 520 A SL PS 770 A SL MC 7 SL MC 410 SV DA 10 SH 8044 SH RS M 45 RS M 275X RS M 85 RS 676 USD SB F 1 SB CH 7 SB T 40 SB CS 90 SE HD 70 TRX 2000 HR 5000 RT 200 HT 990 RDS TL 710 WR 8050 A 7 AT1E AT 410 TD 125 II TD 115 II TD 160 TD 280 II
THRESHOLD THULE AUDIO TOSHIBA TOSHIBA TOSHIBA TOSHIBA TOSHIBA TOSHIBA TOSHIBA TOSHIBA TOSHIBA TOSHIBA TOSHIBA AUREX TOSHIBA AUREX TSM TUNGSRAM UHER UHER UNIVERSUM UNIVERSUM UNIVERSUM VISONIC VISONIC VISONIC WEGA WEGA WEGA WEGA WEGA WHARFEDALE WHARFEDALE WHD YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA
S 300 SPIRIT CD SA 320 L SA 400 SA 520 PC G 55R PC 4460 PC 5847 ST S 30 L SC 330 SY 330 XB-1000 SB-A 10 ST T 35 SUPER TWEN T 3535 LG 130 VG 830 MD SL SUB PASSIV SUB 4 SUB PASSIV DAVID 6000 DA CAPO R T 550 V 550 DENTON 3 SUB BASS PASSIV PYRAMIDE 8 C 40 M 65 M 85 C 70 + M70 CR 620 CR 640
YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA
CR 1000 CR 1040 R 2000 A 1 A 700 A 720 A 1000 AX 1070 AX 2000 DSP A 2070 K 520 K 960 T 1 T 85 T 520 T 760 T 960 II TX 500 TX 540 TX 2000 CD 450 CD 500 CDC 610 CDC 815 CDX 890 CDX 1100 CDX 2000 PX 3 DSP A 700 AVS 700
KX-FT901BX GRP90WGP EWF12670W JM81-1 MX-J552R VGN-CS11s Q Rcs-404h EX-S3 LC3132 Khbf336HWG GR-B207WLQ VGN-S5m-S Classic Kp10 Review Aspire 4720 3006C-3010C Mg102C 42PFL7433D Battle KRC-477R I915G Road MAP KLV-32V300A K6743 RC-6064 Gpsmap 162 D3731 BM450 WJ-MS424 Fuel 2100 800SI MG12 4FX MP110 DVA-G3340S Beta 58A Array 17PT1563 CDX-GT527EE LE37C550 Isofix ZWH5105 VGN-FE650G TH-50PV60E BD-HP21U RV6 D TK-2302E Ptacstat-NP-HC YST-SW150 VPC-SH1 FAX-LAB 680 Bizhub C10X C 324 Iden I850 DV-SL100 Radio STR-DG910 F-L Euro 4 0 CMT-CP2W UE32C6540SW LI2 1200 LN40A750r1F HBH-PV705 C5-SGT 28PW632B 00-GB IC-M127 Camera CP1H CPU Recorder 160 250-BK Photoimpression 5 DG 2844 Aspire-1600 XVS650L Congress 200 Msac-US40 AB200 Viavideoii BC290F DSC-R1 FLM-1507 CP1160 C1800R DVP-NS52P Edition 3 KV-10T2W MC-50 I XL Duoset H141 Micro MM-ZB9 LSZ244M-4 WIT 61 V1000 T-mobile SDA DV256 RX-DS15 Studio 5 M405E WBP54G
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