UC Berkeley's Mission & Science Operations Center
(MSOC) invites reporters to the Space Sciences Laboratory
to view the launch via live satellite feed from NASA-TV,
and to receive regular updates from HESSI scientists.
main update will be given after the satellite's first
pass over Berkeley, 93 minutes after the drop - about
8:38 - 8:48 a.m. PDT. By then, HESSI scientists should
have information about the health of the spacecraft.
Robert P. Lin, HESSI principal investigator, UC Berkeley
professor of physics, director of UC Berkeley's Space
Bester, lead scientist in HESSI Mission Operations
Center, UC Berkeley
Smith, spectrometer development scientist, UC Berkeley
Conference room, first floor of Silver Laboratory
Addition, UC Berkeley. The lab is at the top of Centennial
Drive near its intersection with Grizzly Peak Boulevard.
5:30 a.m. PDT through 9 a.m. PDT
NASA's HESSI press kit is available at http://pao.gsfc.nasa.gov/gsfc/newsroom/pkits/pkits.htm.
Also check out UC Berkeley's HESSI Mission Website
education Web site is at http://cse.ssl.berkeley.edu/hessi_epo/