What: Crew members of the Space Shuttle Atlantis STS-98 mission – who
attached the U.S science laboratory Destiny to the International Space
Station — will visit NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville,
Ala., Friday, April 13. Destiny was built at the Marshall Center by The
Boeing Company.

Who: STS-98 crew:

Commander Ken Cockrell

Pilot Mark Polansky

Mission Specialists: Robert Curbeam, Thomas Jones and
Marsha Ivins

When: Friday, April 13

During their visit with NASA and contractor employees, the crew will:

10:15 -11:15 a.m. — Show a video and talk about their mission

11:15 -11:30 — Meet with media for question and answer session

12:15-2:45 p.m. — Present “Silver Snoopy” awards

The crew will present “Silver Snoopy” awards to Marshall employees who
contributed to the success of the Space Shuttle or International Space
Station programs.

Where: News media should check in at the Marshall Center Bldg. 4200 lobby
security desk.

To attend: News media interested in covering the event should contact
Jerry Berg of the Marshall Media Relations Department at (256) 544-0034 for
gate clearance.

NOTE: Effective Jan. 1, all drivers requesting a visitor pass to Redstone
Arsenal will be asked at the gate to provide proof of liability insurance on
their vehicle if it is registered in Alabama. Failure to provide proof of
such insurance will result in denial of a pass, and drivers also may be
issued a citation. This is being done in compliance with Alabama’s Mandatory
Insurance Act.