STS-77 Experiment

Bill Bard (wtba@eci-esyst.com)
25 Apr 1996 08:26:42 -0400

STS-77, to be launched this May, will be carrying as one of its primary
payloads the Spartan 207/Inflatable Antenna Experiment. The objective of
this, the eighth Spartan mission, is to deploy the largest inflatable
structure in space since Echo in the early 60's.

Check out our homepage at:

http://sspp.gsfc.nasa.gov/sp207.html

We have a description of the mission and the science, and some pictures =
of
the integration. We'll be adding stuff as we go along, including on-orbit
pictures near real-time during the mission.

--
Mark Steiner

Spartan 207 Mission Manager
NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center
Code 740.1

email: mark.steiner@gsfc.nasa.gov

Mark Steiner

Spartan 207 Mission Manager          |   Voice:  (301)286-5769
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email:  mark.steiner@gsfc.nasa.gov