Media representatives are invited to attend an advance
screening of SPACE STATION 3D, the first ever IMAX 3D movie
made in space, on Tuesday, April 16, at 9 a.m. EDT at
Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington.

A breakfast is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. EDT and immediately
following the screening of the 47-minute film, there will be
a press conference at 10 a.m. EDT in the museum’s Space Hall.
The Director of the National Air and Space Museum, General
John R. Dailey, will moderate the press briefing.

Other participants include:

* William Readdy, Deputy Associate Administrator for Office
of Space Flight, NASA Headquarters

* Toni Myers, IMAX Producer, Space Station 3D

* Mary Pat Ryan, Executive Vice President, Worldwide
Marketing, IMAX Corporation

* Dennis Boxx, Vice President, Communications, Lockheed
Martin Corporation

* Bill Shepherd, NASA Commander, Expedition One

* Brian Duffy, NASA Commander, STS-92

* Robert Curbeam, NASA Astronaut, STS-98

IMAX’s SPACE STATION 3D makes its world premiere at the
museum April 17, and opens to the public in select IMAX
theatres worldwide beginning April 19. The film is made
possible by NASA and is presented by Lockheed Martin and
narrated by Academy Award nominee Tom Cruise.

Additional information about the movie is available on the
Internet at: