NASA media teleconference to discuss on the next Space Station resupply Mission

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This Thursday, Nov. 8 NASA will host a media teleconference at 1 PM to discuss the next Northrop Grumman commercial resupply flight which will go to the International Space Station on the selected technological demonstration and investigation. You can hear full teleconference of NASA Space Station resupply mission as it will stream live on the official website of NASA.

On this day of discussion and overview of the research and technology aboard Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus spacecraft known people like Tara Ruttley, an associate chief scientist for Microgravity Research in NASA’s Office of Chief Scientist, associate program scientist for the station’s National Lab and Liz Warren will join the conference.

With them other people like Laurence Harris, a professor at York University in Toronto and principal investigator for research to develop, Michael J. with Marco Baptista Fox Foundation in New York the principal investigator for a National Lab investigation to evaluate growth of protein crystals implicated in Parkinson’s and the principal investigator for National Lab research to test a novel approach of using particles Negar Rajabiat Cemscia.

This Cygnus spacecraft will be launched on an Antares rocket from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport pad 0A at Wallops Flight Facility in Wallops Island, Virginia which will be carrying scientific research, crew supplies and the hardware to orbiting laboratory to support the station’s Expedition 57 and 58 crews. As Northrop Grumman is targeting Thursday, Nov. 15, for its 10th contracted mission which is under NASA’s Commercial Resupply Service contract.

Source: NASA

NASA media teleconference to discuss on the next Space Station resupply Mission