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Exciting Interactive Series features astronaut William Readdy - Live Comet Webcast, Tuesday, April 26, 2011, 1:00pm EDT

11 Apr 2011, 14:55 UTC
Exciting Interactive Series features astronaut William Readdy - Live Comet Webcast, Tuesday, April 26, 2011, 1:00pm EDT
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News Release For immediate release Challenger Center for Space Science EducationAngie Tenne300 N. Lee St., Suite 301Alexandria, VA 22314 atenne@challenger.org703-683-9741http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifJoin Challenger Center for Space Science Education on Tuesday, April 26th, 2011, 1:00pm (Eastern Time), for a live interactive webcast with former NASA astronaut and Associate Administrator, William F. Readdy. You may access the webcast at webcast.challenger.org. The link to join will appear at 12:50pm EDT. This event is part of an exciting series of Challenger Center interactive webcasts, celebrating the Center's 25th anniversary. Each month, Challenger Center will feature an astronaut as guest of a live webcast, with an opportunity for the public to ask questions. Mr. Readdy will answer questions during the live webcast.You may submit questions via the online form at www.challenger.org/25, email to 25@challenger.org, or use the instant message feature during the live webcast. No registration is required and the webcast is free. Adobe Flash Player is required to participate and view the webcast. A new web environment will open on your computer with zoomable windows and a chat interface to answer questions. Mr. Readdy joined NASA's Johnson Space Center in 1986 as a research pilot where he served as program manager for the highly-modified Boeing 747 ...

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