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Aldridge Commission To Release Space Exploration Recommendations NEW DATE

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posted on Jun, 4 2004 @ 12:30 PM
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WASHINGTON — The President’s Commission on Moon, Mars, and Beyond will release its report to the public here June 10.

The 60-page report will contain recommendations on how to implement the space exploration vision laid out by President George W. Bush in a Jan. 14 speech at NASA headquarters. Bush set a goal of returning to the moon by 2020 with the longer term goal of sending humans to Mars. He also called for completing the international space station in 2010 and then retiring the space shuttle fleet.

The commission, headed by former U.S. Air Force Secretary Edward (Pete) Aldridge, gathered public testimony during hearings held in Washington, New York, Atlanta, San Francisco and Dayton, Ohio. It held its last hearing May 3.

Commission spokeswoman Susan Flowers said the report will be presented to the public at 11 a.m. on Thursday, June 10 at George Washington University’s Jack Morton Auditorium, the same auditorium used by CNN to broadcast its nightly debate program "Crossfire."


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[Edited on 4-6-2004 by MarkLuitzen]

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posted on Jun, 7 2004 @ 01:21 PM
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after the first message this came a few days later.
because of the sudden death of former president Reagan
the release will be delayed..

Moon-to-Mars Report Delayed by Activities Honoring Reagan
By Space News Staff
posted: 01:00 pm ET
07 June 2004



WASHINGTON -- The President’s Commission on Moon, Mars, and Beyond has delayed the release its report to the public from June 10 to sometime the week of June 14 because of the activities in Washington in honor of former U.S. President Ronald Reagan, Commission spokeswoman Susan Flowers said June 7.

Flowers said the commission is working with the White House to reschedule the release of the report and aiming for some time next week.

The 60-page report will contain recommendations on how to implement the space exploration vision laid out by President George W. Bush in a Jan. 14 speech at NASA headquarters. Bush set a goal of returning to the moon by 2020 with the longer term goal of sending humans to Mars. He also called for completing the international space station in 2010 and then retiring the space shuttle fleet.

The commission, headed by former U.S. Air Force Secretary Edward (Pete) Aldridge, gathered public testimony during hearings held in Washington, New York, Atlanta, San Francisco and Dayton, Ohio. It held its last hearing April 28.




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posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 06:02 AM
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MEDIA ADVISORY
WHAT: Rescheduled Press Conference Announcing Commission Report
WHERE: George Washington University
Jack Morton Auditorium
805 21st Street N.W.
Washington D.C. 20052
WHEN: Wednesday, June 16, 2004
12:00 Noon Press Conference

10:30 AM embargoed Report available for accredited media review on site
INTERVIEWS: We will be happy to arrange interviews.
Please contact Susan Flowers at susan.flowers@moontomars.org

Report will be posted to the Commission Web site, at 12:00 Noon on Wednesday, 16 Jun 04.

source moontomars.org



 
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