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Запись брифинга "Exploring the Frontier of Space" на Мордокниге

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The boundary between Earth and space is a dynamic region, filled with a swirling mix of charged and neutral particles. It's shaped by both Earth's weather from below and space weather from above, making it difficult to predict changes here -- but those changes can impact satellites and communications signals.

We're launching a new satellite to study this region -- the Ionospheric Connection Explorer, or ICON. ICON launches on June 14 (Eastern time) on an Orbital ATK Pegasus XL rocket from Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands.

Join us live to learn more, see your #askNASA questions answered, and find out why our scientists are so excited about this mission!


Participating live are:
- Willis Jenkins, ICON program executive at NASA Headquarters, Washington
- Thomas Immel, mission principal investigator at the University of California Berkeley's Space Sciences Laboratory
- Rebecca Bishop, ionospheric research scientist at The Aerospace Corporation
- Douglas Rowland, mission scientist at Goddard
- Don Pettit, NASA astronaut

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ЦитатаOrbital ATK‏Подлинная учетная запись @OrbitalATK 5 мин. назад

The #Pegasus team is busy conducting final tests aboard the #Stargazer L-1011 in preparation for tomorrow's ferry flight to Kwajalein Atoll for the June 14th launch of the Orbital ATK-built ICON satellite for @NASA! Be sure to follow @NASA_LSP for live launch coverage. #NASAICON