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N° 4–1995: Crew of ATLAS-3 mission visits Europe

31 January 1995

The third successful mission of the Atmospheric Laboratory for Applications and Science (ATLAS-3), which flew on STS-66 from 3 to 14 November, studied in the Earth atmosphere and the solar energy output.

The 6-member crew, including ESA astronaut Jean-Francois Clervoy, will soon be in Europe to participate in a series of press conferences and to visit European Institutions in order to share their experience with the Press, ESA space specialists and the European space community.

The visit of the STS-66 crew is scheduled as follows :

Monday 13 February - ESA Paris, France
Presentation and Press Conference
Location : ESA, 8/10 rue Mario Nikis, 75015-Paris
Time : 18h00 - 19h00
Contact : ESA Public Relations Office
Tel: (+33)1 53.69.71.55 - Fax : (+33)1 53.69.76.90

Tuesday 14 February - Centre National d'Etude Spatiales/Centre Spatial de Toulouse, France
Presentation and Press Conference
Location : CNES/CST, 18 avenue E. Belin, 31055-Toulouse
Time : 13h30 - 15h00
Contact : CNES/CST Public Relations Office
Tel: (+33) 61.27.39.00 - Fax : (+33) 61.28.29.29

Wednesday 15 February - ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, the Netherlands
Presentation and Press Conference
Location : ESA/ESTEC, Keperlaan 1, 2201-AZ-Noordjwik
Time : 09h30 - 11h00
Contact : ESTEC Public Relations Office
Tel: (+31) 1719 83006 - Fax : (+31) 1719 17400

Thursday 16 February - DARA, Bonn, Germany
Presentation and Photo opportunity
Location : DARA, Konigswinterstrasse 522-524, 53227-Bonn-Oberkassel
Time : 11h30 - 12h30
Contact : Mrs. V. Weber
Tel: (49)228.447.544 - Fax: (49)228.447.709

For accreditation and further information on these events, please get in touch directly the contact listed for each location.


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