From: Diane Smith <email@example.com>
Subject: FW: Extended NASA-TV coverage on UWTV - EXTENDED FURTHER!
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 1997 19:53:25 -0700
Latest word in the Seattle, WA area on NASA coverage from UWTV, we can see all the LFM programs with this schedule. -----Original Message----- From: Susan Brandt [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Thursday, July 03, 1997 4:34 PM To: UWTV Program Schedule Subject: Extended NASA-TV coverage on UWTV - EXTENDED FURTHER! UWTV will preempt all regular programming this weekend beginning at midnight, July 3, and extending through the weekend and Monday, July 7 up until 7pm. Below is the updated schedule reflecting this coverage. UWTV extended airtimes of NASA live coverage of STS-94 and the Mars Pathfinder are the following: All times are Pacific Standard: Thur. 7/3 12:00am (midnight of 7/2) until 6:00pm Fri. 7/4 12:00am (midnight of 7/3) ALL DAY AND NIGHT Sat. 7/5 ALL DAY AND NIGHT Sun. 7/6 ALL DAY AND NIGHT Mon. 7/7 ALL DAY UNTIL 7pm Tue. 7/8 12:00am (midnight of 7/7) until 6:00pm Wed. 7/9 12:00am (midnight of 7/8) until 6:00pm Thur. 7/10 12:00am (midnight of 7/9) until 6:00pm Fri. 7/11 12:00am (midnight of 7/10) until 6:00pm Sat. 7/12 12:00am (midnight of 7/11) until 8:00am 1:00pm until 6:00pm Sun. 7/13 12:00am (midnight of 7/12) until 8:00am 1:00pm until 5:00pm Mon. 7/14 12:00am (midnight of 7/13) until 6:00pm Tue. 7/15 12:00am (midnight of 7/14) until 6:00pm Wed. 7/16 12:00am (midnight of 7/15) until 6:00pm Thur. 7/17 12:00am (midnight of 7/16) until 6:00pm Landing @ 4:20am NASA Mission STS-94 This is a reflight of the STS-83 Microgravity Science Laboratory (MSL) mission. MSL was originally launched on April 4, 1997 at 2:20pm EST and was intended to be on orbit for 15 days, 16 hours. The mission was cut short due to a problem with Fuel Cell #2 and Columbia landed on 4/8/97 after 3 days 23 hours. For more information see: http://www.ksc.nasa.gov/shuttle/missions/sts-94/countdown.html Mars Pathfinder A pre-landing briefing on Mars Pathfinder and its science objectives at Mars will be held at JPL on Tuesday, July 1, at 1 p.m. EDT. If the STS-94 launch remains scheduled for this date, this briefing will not be shown live on NASA TV. A taped rebroadcast of this briefing currently is planned for later that evening and the next morning. Extensive information on Mars Pathfinder, including an electronic copy of the landing press kit, related press releases, fact sheets, status reports and images, is available from the JPL World Wide Web home page at URL: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/marsnews The Mars Pathfinder project also maintains a home page at URL: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/mpfmir