NASA postpones Stardust mission briefing, no revised date as of yet
Monday, January 23, 2006
NASA cancelled a media briefing on its Stardust mission, expected to provide an update about analysis of both the " " particles and gathered during the nearly seven year mission. In "MEDIA ADVISORY: M06-016," issued earlier today, the space agency announced postponement of the briefing, originally scheduled for Tuesday, January 24, 1 p.m. EST. No announcement has been made about when the briefing will be re-scheduled. NASA's stated reason for delay was to, "allow the Stardust science team additional time to assess and distribute cometary samples."
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