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Be a Part of History: NASA's Genesis Mission Returns
Sept. 8, 2004

Join a live NASA mission event via satellite feed from the Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR). Hosted by NASA staff members, you will view the event as it happens on the 20' x 30' screen in Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus. (Press release)

Reserved parking in Rice-Eccles Stadium (Lot 1),
with shuttle service to Kingsbury Hall.

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory:
Chet Sasaki, former Genesis mission project manager
Amy Jurewicz, Genesis project scientist

Welcome from the University of Utah:
Vice President for Research, Ray Gesteland

Schedule of events:
7:30 — Doors open
8:00 — Programming begins with live speakers on the scene
9:00 — NASA TV programming begins its live broadcast
10:15 — Mid-air capture of samples at UTTR
12:00 — NASA TV programming ends--resumes at 1:30. Campus open to visitors.
1:30 — NASA TV coverage resumes with live press conference
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