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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Official portrait of JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development. KSC-97d0001

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Official portrait of JoAnn Morgan, direc...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Official portrait of JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development.

MS. Sue Baumgarten, Raytheon Vice President, Business Development/Electronic Systems, climbs aboard a US Air Force F-15 Eagle for an incentive flight on June 29th, 2000, at Royal Air Force Base Lakenheath, United Kingdom

MS. Sue Baumgarten, Raytheon Vice President, Business Development/Elec...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Raf Lakenheath State: East Anglia Country: England / Great Britain (ENG) Scene Camera Operator: A1C Joanna E. Reihel, USAF Release Status: Relea... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Official portrait of Lisa Malone, associate director, Public Communications Division, External Relations and Business Development. KSC-397C0799-8

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Official portrait of Lisa Malone, associ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Official portrait of Lisa Malone, associate director, Public Communications Division, External Relations and Business Development.

At a groundbreaking ceremony, participants and guests get ready to dig in, signifying the start of construction on a new roadway through KSC. It is the start of a construction project that includes the Space Experiment Research & Processing Laboratory (SERPL). From left are Dr. Pamella J. Dana, from the executive office of Florida’s governor, Jeb Bush; Deputy Associate Administrator Michael Hawes, Space Station, NASA; Sen. George Kirkpatrick; Spaceport Florida Authority Executive Director Ed Gormel; Executive Director Dr. Samuel T. Durrance, Florida Space Research Institute; Florida’s Lt. Gov. Frank Brogan; Congressman Dave Weldon; Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; SFA SERPL Program Manager Debra Holliday; KSC SERPL Program Manager Jan Heuser; District Manager Cheryl Harrison-Lee, Florida Department of Transportation; State Senator Jim Sebesta; and KSC Director JoAnn H. Morgan, External Relations and Business Development. The project is enabled by a partnership and collaboration between NASA and the State of Florida to create a vital resource for international and commercial space customers. SERPL is considered a magnet facility, and will support the development and processing of life sciences experiments destined for the International Space Station and accommodate NASA, industry and academic researchers performing associated biological research KSC01padig064

At a groundbreaking ceremony, participants and guests get ready to dig...

At a groundbreaking ceremony, participants and guests get ready to dig in, signifying the start of construction on a new roadway through KSC. It is the start of a construction project that includes the Space Ex... More

Taking a tour of KSC is Lady Margaret Thatcher (second from right), former Prime Minister of Britain.  Next to her (far right) is JoAnn H. Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development at KSC. They are outside the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, which contains Endeavour, next flying on mission STS-100, the ninth construction flight to the International Space Station KSC01pp0391

Taking a tour of KSC is Lady Margaret Thatcher (second from right), fo...

Taking a tour of KSC is Lady Margaret Thatcher (second from right), former Prime Minister of Britain.  Next to her (far right) is JoAnn H. Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development at KSC. T... More

Walking into the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2 while on a tour of KSC is Lady Margaret Thatcher (second from right), former Prime Minister of Britain.  At far right is NASA Test Director Kelvin Manning.  At left is United Space Alliance technician Mike Parrish, who will be Thatcher’s guide inside the orbiter Endeavour; second from left is JoAnn H. Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development at KSC.  Endeavour is next flying on mission STS-100, the ninth construction flight to the International Space Station KSC01pp0392

Walking into the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2 while on a tour of ...

Walking into the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2 while on a tour of KSC is Lady Margaret Thatcher (second from right), former Prime Minister of Britain.  At far right is NASA Test Director Kelvin Manning.  At... More

Lady Margaret Thatcher (right), former Prime Minister of Great Britain, tours KSC. Accompanying her is JoAnn H. Morgan (left), director, External Relations and Business Development, at the Center KSC01pp0397

Lady Margaret Thatcher (right), former Prime Minister of Great Britain...

Lady Margaret Thatcher (right), former Prime Minister of Great Britain, tours KSC. Accompanying her is JoAnn H. Morgan (left), director, External Relations and Business Development, at the Center

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, standing underneath the orbiter Endeavour are United Space Alliance technician Mike Parrish, NASA Test Director Kelvin Manning, Lady Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of Britain, and JoAnn H. Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development at KSC.  Thatcher is on a tour of KSC.  Parrish will be her guide inside the orbiter Endeavour, which is next flying on mission STS-100, the ninth construction flight to the International Space Station KSC01pp0393

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, standing underneath the orbi...

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, standing underneath the orbiter Endeavour are United Space Alliance technician Mike Parrish, NASA Test Director Kelvin Manning, Lady Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Min... More

The attention of Lady Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of Great Britain, is directed to one of the modules in the Space Station Processing Facility. Lady Thatcher is touring KSC. Accompanying her is JoAnn H. Morgan (left), director, External Relations and Business Development, at the Center KSC01pp0398

The attention of Lady Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of Grea...

The attention of Lady Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of Great Britain, is directed to one of the modules in the Space Station Processing Facility. Lady Thatcher is touring KSC. Accompanying her is JoA... More

Lady Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of Great Britain, visits the Space Station Processing Facility while on a tour of KSC. Accompanying her, on the far right, is JoAnn H. Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development at KSC KSC01pp0395

Lady Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of Great Britain, visits...

Lady Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of Great Britain, visits the Space Station Processing Facility while on a tour of KSC. Accompanying her, on the far right, is JoAnn H. Morgan, director, External Re... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- State Education Commissioner Charlie Crist (left) accepts patches of mission STS-100 and the 20th anniversary of the Shuttle program from JoAnn H. Morgan, director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC.  Crist was at KSC to watch the launch and commemorate the 20th anniversary. KSC-01pp0857

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- State Education Commissioner Charlie Cri...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- State Education Commissioner Charlie Crist (left) accepts patches of mission STS-100 and the 20th anniversary of the Shuttle program from JoAnn H. Morgan, director of External Rela... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --   Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. (center) cuts the ribbon for the opening of KSC Direct, the new Web-Broadcast Studio at KSC.  Joining him are (left to right) Dennis Armstrong, Web Multimedia manager; JoAnn H. Morgan, director of External Relations and Business Development; Bridges; Vanessa Stromer, Information Technology Division, Spaceport Services; and Brian Chase, district director for Congressman Dave Weldon, who was unable to attend the ceremony.   Located in the News Center on the Press Mound at KSC, the Web Broadcast Studio provides video clips of launches, landings and other KSC events in a real-time environment, called KSC Direct, through KSC's Web pages KSC-02pd0119

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. (cente...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. (center) cuts the ribbon for the opening of KSC Direct, the new Web-Broadcast Studio at KSC. Joining him are (left to right) Dennis Armstrong, We... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --   Lisa Malone, division chief, External Affairs and Business Development, and Sean O’Keefe, NASA administrator, listen to a query from the media during a post-launch conference.  Malone moderated the conference.  O’Keefe was at KSC for the launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis on mission STS-110 to the International Space Station.  The launch occurred at 4:44:19 p.m EDT (20:44:19 GMT) KSC-02pd0462

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Lisa Malone, division chief, External ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Lisa Malone, division chief, External Affairs and Business Development, and Sean O’Keefe, NASA administrator, listen to a query from the media during a post-launch conference. M... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  JoAnn H. Morgan, director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, welcomes participants in this year's NASA MarsPort Engineering Design Student Competition 2002 conference at the KSC Visitor Complex, organized by the Florida Space Grant Consortium.  Students and faculty from the nation's universities converged at Kennedy for the MarsPort Competition, presenting papers on engineering trade studies to design optimal configurations for a MarsPort Deployable Greenhouse for operation on the surface of Mars.  Judges in the competition were from KSC, Dynamac Corporation and Florida Institute of Technology.   The winning team's innovative ideas will be used by NASA to evaluate and study other engineering trade concepts.  Also featured at the opening ceremony were Dr. Sam Durrance, FSGC director and former astronaut, and Dr. Gary Stutte, plant scientist, Dynamac Corporation. KSC-02pd0658

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- JoAnn H. Morgan, director of External R...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- JoAnn H. Morgan, director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, welcomes participants in this year's NASA MarsPort Engineering Design Student Competition 2002 con... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The 2002 Florida Press Association and Florida Society of Newspaper Editors Convention offers a panel on space.  At the podium is Bob Stover, managing editor, Florida Today.  Panel participants enjoying a laugh are (left to right) Craig Covault, senior editor, Aviation Week; Howard Benedict, retired AP reporter; JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development, Kennedy Space Center; Marcia Dunn, AP reporter.  The convention was held at the Debus Center, KSC Visitors Complex. Also speaking at the convention were Center Director Roy Bridges and NASA Associate Deputy Administrator Dr. Daniel Mulville KSC-02pd0974

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The 2002 Florida Press Association and F...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The 2002 Florida Press Association and Florida Society of Newspaper Editors Convention offers a panel on space. At the podium is Bob Stover, managing editor, Florida Today. Panel... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The 2002 Florida Press Association and Florida Society of Newspaper Editors Convention offers a panel on space.  At the podium is Bob Stover, managing editor, Florida Today.  Seated on the panel are (left to right) Craig Covault, senior editor, Aviation Week; Howard Benedict, retired AP reporter; JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development, Kennedy Space Center; Marcia Dunn, AP reporter.  The convention was held at the Debus Center, KSC Visitors Complex.  Also speaking at the convention were Center Director Roy Bridges and NASA Associate Deputy Administrator Dr. Daniel Mulville KSC-02pd0973

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The 2002 Florida Press Association and F...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The 2002 Florida Press Association and Florida Society of Newspaper Editors Convention offers a panel on space. At the podium is Bob Stover, managing editor, Florida Today. Seate... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During the 2002 Florida Press Association and Florida Society of Newspaper Editors Convention, held at the Debus Center, KSC Visitors Complex, key speakers gather.  From left are Michael Coleman, publisher, Florida Today; Roy D. Bridges Jr., Kennedy Space Center Director; Carl Cannon, publisher, Florida Times-Union and FPA president; Dr. Daniel R. Mulville, NASA associate deputy administrator; and JoAnn Morgan, director, KSC External Relations and Business Development.  Mulville was the keynote speaker. KSC-02pd0965

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During the 2002 Florida Press Associatio...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During the 2002 Florida Press Association and Florida Society of Newspaper Editors Convention, held at the Debus Center, KSC Visitors Complex, key speakers gather. From left are M... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The 2002 Florida Press Association and Florida Society of Newspaper Editors Convention offers a panel on space.  At the podium is Bob Stover, managing editor, Florida Today.  Seated on the panel are (left to right) Craig Covault, senior editor, Aviation Week; Howard Benedict, retired AP reporter; JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development, Kennedy Space Center; Marcia Dunn, AP reporter.  The convention was held at the Debus Center, KSC Visitors Complex.  Also speaking at the convention were Center Director Roy Bridges and NASA Associate Deputy Administrator Dr. Daniel Mulville KSC-02pd0975

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The 2002 Florida Press Association and F...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The 2002 Florida Press Association and Florida Society of Newspaper Editors Convention offers a panel on space. At the podium is Bob Stover, managing editor, Florida Today. Seate... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  As the STS-112 crew leaves the crew transport vehicle, they are greeted by mission managers and guests.  The crew, from left, are Mission Specialists David Wolf, Fyodor Yurchikhin and Sandra Magnus; Pilot Pamela Melroy; Piers Sellers (talking to Acting Deputy Director JoAnn Morgan) and Commander Jeffrey Ashby (talking to Launch Director Mike Leinbach).  Morgan is also Director of External Relations and Business Development.  The crew returned to KSC after completing a 4.5-million-mile journey to the International Space Station.  Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:43:40 a.m. EDT; nose gear touchdown at 11:43:48 a.m.; and wheel stop at 11:44:35 a.m.  Mission elapsed time was 10:19:58:44.  Mission STS-112 expanded the size of the Station with the addition of the S1 truss segment.           . KSC-02pd1590

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- As the STS-112 crew leaves the crew tra...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- As the STS-112 crew leaves the crew transport vehicle, they are greeted by mission managers and guests. The crew, from left, are Mission Specialists David Wolf, Fyodor Yurchikhin... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Following the loss of Columbia and crew on their return to Earth, media attend a press briefing at KSC. Also in the studio are Senator Bill Nelson nextto last row, on right) and Congressman Dave Weldon (upper left, next to last row).  Beside Weldon is Business Development and External Relations Director JoAnn Morgan. KSC-03pd0246

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Following the loss of Columbia and crew o...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Following the loss of Columbia and crew on their return to Earth, media attend a press briefing at KSC. Also in the studio are Senator Bill Nelson nextto last row, on right) and Con... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the RLV Hangar, (from left) Lisa Malone, acting deputy director of External Relations & Business Development at KSC, former astronauts Jim Lovell and Wally Schirra, and Steve Altemus, Space Shuttle test director, look over pieces of Columbia debris. Lovell and Schirra visited several sites around the Center, encouraging workers to help get the space program "back on its feet."  The RLV Hangar is where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107. KSC-03pd0563

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the RLV Hangar, (from left) Lisa Malon...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the RLV Hangar, (from left) Lisa Malone, acting deputy director of External Relations & Business Development at KSC, former astronauts Jim Lovell and Wally Schirra, and Steve Alt... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - During a visit to KSC, former astronauts Wally Schirra (second from left) and Jim Lovell (third from left) greet Space Shuttle Test Director Steve Altemus.  At far left is is Lisa Malone, acting deputy director of External Relations & Business Development at KSC, and reconstruction engineer John Cowart (second from right).  Lovell and Schirra visited KSC to talk about the space program and their experiences, as well as offer encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet."  They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107. KSC-03pd0560

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - During a visit to KSC, former astronauts ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - During a visit to KSC, former astronauts Wally Schirra (second from left) and Jim Lovell (third from left) greet Space Shuttle Test Director Steve Altemus. At far left is is Lisa M... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the KSC Launch Control Complex, former astronauts Jim Lovell (second from left) and Wally Schirra (second from right) talk with Mike Wetmore, director of Shuttle Processing (far left).   At far right is Lisa Malone, acting deputy director of External Relations & Business Development at KSC. Lovell and Schirra visited KSC to talk about the space program and their experiences, as well as offer encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet."  They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107. KSC-03pd0553

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the KSC Launch Control Complex, former...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the KSC Launch Control Complex, former astronauts Jim Lovell (second from left) and Wally Schirra (second from right) talk with Mike Wetmore, director of Shuttle Processing (far ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -  In the RLV Hangar, Mike Leinbach, Shuttle launch director, describes some of the debris to U.S. Representative Tom Feeney (second from left), who is visiting KSC to see the Columbia debris collected in the hangar.  At right, from KSC, are JoAnn Morgan, director of External Relations and Business Development; Greg Katnik, technical manager, Space Shuttle Program Launch Integration Office; and John Halsema, Chief/Federal & International Liaison, Government Relations Office. KSC-03pd0705

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. - In the RLV Hangar, Mike Leinbach, Shuttl...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. - In the RLV Hangar, Mike Leinbach, Shuttle launch director, describes some of the debris to U.S. Representative Tom Feeney (second from left), who is visiting KSC to see the Columbi... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Mike Leinbach, Shuttle launch director, points out a piece of debris to U.S. Representative Tom Feeney (third from right) along with his staff.  They are visiting KSC to see the Columbia debris collected in the RLV Hangar.  At far left is JoAnn Morgan, KSC's director of External Relations and Business Development.  At far right is John Halsema, Chief/Federal & International Liaison, Government Relations Office KSC-03pd0704

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Mike Leinbach, Shuttle launch director, p...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Mike Leinbach, Shuttle launch director, points out a piece of debris to U.S. Representative Tom Feeney (third from right) along with his staff. They are visiting KSC to see the Col... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  In the RLV Hangar, Space Shuttle Test Director Steve Altemus (left) describes to U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (right) the images on an exhibit, part of the reconstruction efforts of Columbia.  Accompanying them is JoAnn Morgan, director of KSC's External Relations and Business Development. KSC-03pd0706

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the RLV Hangar, Space Shuttle Test D...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the RLV Hangar, Space Shuttle Test Director Steve Altemus (left) describes to U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (right) the images on an exhibit, part of the reconstruction efforts of C... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development, speaks to the students of MESA, the New Mexico Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement Program. The students are visiting KSC, touring facilities and meeting with mentors. MESA students, high school seniors who hold grade-point averages of at least 3.2 and who tutor other students in math and science, have made the spring trip for the past 14 years. The MESA program has close ties to the NASA Training Project at the University of New Mexico. KSC-03pd1204

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relation...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development, speaks to the students of MESA, the New Mexico Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement Program. The stu... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development, speaks to the students of MESA, the New Mexico Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement Program. The students are visiting KSC, touring facilities and meeting with mentors. MESA students, high school seniors who hold grade-point averages of at least 3.2 and who tutor other students in math and science, have made the spring trip for the past 14 years. The MESA program has close ties to the NASA Training Project at the University of New Mexico. KSC-03pd1203

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relatio...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development, speaks to the students of MESA, the New Mexico Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement Program. The st... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development, speaks to the students of MESA, the New Mexico Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement Program. The students are visiting KSC, touring facilities and meeting with mentors. MESA students, high school seniors who hold grade-point averages of at least 3.2 and who tutor other students in math and science, have made the spring trip for the past 14 years. The MESA program has close ties to the NASA Training Project at the University of New Mexico. KSC-03pd1205

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relation...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - JoAnn Morgan, director, External Relations and Business Development, speaks to the students of MESA, the New Mexico Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement Program. The stu... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is interviewed by the media at the 40th Space Congress held April 28-May 1, 2003, in Cape Canaveral, Fla.  On the left is Lisa Malone, associate director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC.  The Space Congress is an international conference that gathers attendees from the scientific community, the space industry workforce, educators and local supporting industries.  This year's event commemorated the 40th anniversary of the Kennedy Space Center and the Centennial of Flight.  The theme for the Space Congress was "Linking the Past to the Future: A Celebration of Space." KSC-03pd1339

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is interv...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is interviewed by the media at the 40th Space Congress held April 28-May 1, 2003, in Cape Canaveral, Fla. On the left is Lisa Malone, associate dire... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is interviewed by the media at the 40th Space Congress held April 28-May 1, 2003, in Cape Canaveral, Fla.  On the left is Lisa Malone, associate director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC.  The Space Congress is an international conference that gathers attendees from the scientific community, the space industry workforce, educators and local supporting industries.  This year's event commemorated the 40th anniversary of the Kennedy Space Center and the Centennial of Flight.  The theme for the Space Congress was "Linking the Past to the Future: A Celebration of Space." KSC-03pd1342

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is interv...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is interviewed by the media at the 40th Space Congress held April 28-May 1, 2003, in Cape Canaveral, Fla. On the left is Lisa Malone, associate dire... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is interviewed by the media at the 40th Space Congress held April 28-May 1, 2003, in Cape Canaveral, Fla.  On the left is Lisa Malone, associate director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC.  The Space Congress is an international conference that gathers attendees from the scientific community, the space industry workforce, educators and local supporting industries.  This year's event commemorated the 40th anniversary of the Kennedy Space Center and the Centennial of Flight.  The theme for the Space Congress was "Linking the Past to the Future: A Celebration of Space." KSC-03pd1338

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is interv...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is interviewed by the media at the 40th Space Congress held April 28-May 1, 2003, in Cape Canaveral, Fla. On the left is Lisa Malone, associate dire... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is interviewed by the media at the 40th Space Congress held April 28-May 1, 2003, in Cape Canaveral, Fla.  On the left is Lisa Malone, associate director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC.  The Space Congress is an international conference that gathers attendees from the scientific community, the space industry workforce, educators and local supporting industries.  This year's event commemorated the 40th anniversary of the Kennedy Space Center and the Centennial of Flight.  The theme for the Space Congress was "Linking the Past to the Future: A Celebration of Space." KSC-03pd1340

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is inter...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe is interviewed by the media at the 40th Space Congress held April 28-May 1, 2003, in Cape Canaveral, Fla. On the left is Lisa Malone, associate dir... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  In the Space Station Processing Facility, media and guests listen intently to remarks during a ceremony to highlight the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope) arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone,  deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony included these speakers: KSC Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA's Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility, media and guests listen intently to remarks during a ceremony to highlight the arrival of two major components of the International Space ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Alan Thirkettle (center), International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, European Space Agency (ESA); and NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik (right), deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, sign documents officially transferring ownership of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.  At left, also part of the signing, is Andrea Lorenzoni (left), International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency.  NASA's Node 2, built by ESA in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM),  named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. Emceed by Lisa Malone, deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA’s William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Alan Thirkettle (center), International S...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Alan Thirkettle (center), International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, European Space Agency (ESA); and NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik (right), deputy associate administrato... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone (far left), deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager ; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space S...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   Lisa Malone, deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, emcees a ceremony in the Space Station Processing Facility to highlight the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope) arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA..  Speakers at the ceremony included KSC Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA's Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Lisa Malone, deputy director of Externa...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Lisa Malone, deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, emcees a ceremony in the Space Station Processing Facility to highlight the arrival of two majo... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan,  speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone, deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager ; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; and Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, Na...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at a cer... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan,  speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module (above right)  of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM),  named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone (far left), deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. (second from left); NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager ; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; and Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, Nat...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at a cere... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. speaks to the media and guests gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility for a ceremony to highlight the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope) arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone (left),  deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: NASA's Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. speaks t...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. speaks to the media and guests gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility for a ceremony to highlight the arrival of two major components of ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility for a ceremony to highlight the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope) arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone, deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy ass...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Proc... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station, Node 2 and the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), ownership of Node 2 was officially transferred between the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA.  Shaking hands after the signing are (left) Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency, and (right) NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik (right), deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs.  Also part of the signing is (center) Alan Thirkettle (center), International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, European Space Agency.  NASA's Node 2, built by ESA in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM),  named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. Emceed by Lisa Malone (background, left),  deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA’s William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a ceremony highlighting the arrival of...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station, Node 2 and the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), ownership of Node 2 was officiall... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan,  speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone (far left), deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. (second from left); NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; and Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, Na...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at a cer... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   NASA's Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility for a ceremony to highlight the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope) arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone (far left),  deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. (second from left); William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy ass...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Proc... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  NASA's Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility for a ceremony to highlight the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope) arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone (far left),  deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. (second from left); William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy asso...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Proce... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station, Node 2 and the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), ownership of Node 2 was officially transferred between the European Space Agency and NASA.  Shaking hands after the signing are Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; and Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, European Space Agency (ESA).  At right is NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs.  NASA's Node 2, built by ESA in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM),  named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. Emceed by Lisa Malone, deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA’s William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At ceremony highlighting the arrival of t...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station, Node 2 and the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), ownership of Node 2 was officially ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   At a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station, William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager, points to one of the components as he speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone, deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a ceremony highlighting the arrival ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station, William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager, points to one... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, European Space Agency (ESA); and NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, sign documents officially transferring ownership of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA. The signing was part of a  ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module (above right) of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM),  named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. Emceed by Lisa Malone (far left), deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA’s William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Sta...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, European Spa... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone, deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space St...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency, speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station, Node 2 and the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), ownership of Node 2 was officially transferred between the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA.  Shaking hands after the signing are Alan Thirkettle (center), International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; and NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik (right), deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs.  At left, also part of the signing, is Andrea Lorenzoni (left), International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency.  NASA's Node 2, built by ESA in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM),  named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. Emceed by Lisa Malone, deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA’s William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a ceremony highlighting the arrival of...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station, Node 2 and the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), ownership of Node 2 was officiall... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. speaks to the media and guests gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility for a ceremony to highlight the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope) arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone (far left),  deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: NASA's Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. speaks t...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. speaks to the media and guests gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility for a ceremony to highlight the arrival of two major components of ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, European Space Agency (ESA), speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by ESA in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone, deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Alan Thirkettle, International Space St...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, European Space Agency (ESA), speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facil... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. speaks to the media and guests gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility for a ceremony to highlight the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope) arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone (left) ,  deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: NASA's Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs, and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, ESA; Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. speaks t...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Center Director Roy Bridges Jr. speaks to the media and guests gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility for a ceremony to highlight the arrival of two major components of ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, European Space Agency (ESA), speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facility at a ceremony highlighting the arrival of two major components of the International Space Station.  NASA's Node 2, built by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Italy, arrived at KSC on June 1. It will be the next pressurized module installed on the Station. The pressurized module of the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), named "Kibo" (Hope), arrived at KSC on June 4. It is Japan's primary contribution to the Station. The ceremony held today included the official transfer of ownership signing of Node 2 between the ESA and NASA.. Emceed by Lisa Malone, deputy director of External Relations and Business Development at KSC, the ceremony also included these speakers: Center Director Roy Bridges Jr.; NASA’s Michael C. Kostelnik, deputy associate administrator for International Space Station and Shuttle Programs and William Gerstenmaier, International Space Station Program manager; Andrea Lorenzoni, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, Italian Space Agency; and Kuniaki Shiraki, JEM Project manager, National Aerospace and Development Agency of Japan.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Alan Thirkettle, International Space St...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager for Node 2, European Space Agency (ESA), speaks to guests and the media gathered in the Space Station Processing Facil... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  Lisa A. Malone was named director of NASA-KSC External Relations and Business Development on Jan. 22, 2004. KSC-04pd0758

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Lisa A. Malone was named director of NAS...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Lisa A. Malone was named director of NASA-KSC External Relations and Business Development on Jan. 22, 2004.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and his wife, Columba (right), wait outside the KSC Space Life Sciences (SLS) Lab for a tour.  At left is Debra Holliday, director of Business Development and International Affairs, Florida Spaceport Authority.  The new lab is a state-of-the-art facility built for ISS biotechnology research. It was developed as a partnership between NASA-KSC and the State of Florida.  The tour followed the launching ceremony at the KSC Visitor Complex for the new Florida quarter issued by the U.S. Mint. The ceremony was emceed by Kennedy and included remarks by NASA Administrator Sean O’Keefe, Gov. Jeb Bush, U.S. Mint Director Henrietta Holsman Fore and Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Samuel W. Bodman. On the tour, Gov. Bush was accompanied by NASA Administrator Sean O’Keefe and Center Director Jim Kennedy and their wives. KSC-04pd0786

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and his wife, Col...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and his wife, Columba (right), wait outside the KSC Space Life Sciences (SLS) Lab for a tour. At left is Debra Holliday, director of Business Development an... More

Peter Bale, Director of Business Development, readies an Aerosonde Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) for a test flight at Naval Air Station Key West, Fla., on Sept. 7, 2006. The remote-piloted UAV is designed to gather critical, near surface data on active hurricanes. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST 2nd Class Timothy Cox) (Released)

Peter Bale, Director of Business Development, readies an Aerosonde Unm...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Air Station, Key West State: Florida (FL) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: MC2 Timothy Cox, USN Release Stat... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. --  From the podium, Douglas  Comstock, director of NASA's Innovative Partnership Program, moderates a panel presenting the topic “Unleashing the Power of Technology and Creativity”  during NASA’s Future Forum in Miami.  Others on the panel are (left to right), Steve Kohler, president and CEO of Space Florida; Manny Mencia Sr., vice president for international trade and business development of Enterprise Florida; Jean Michel Caffin, managing partner of Axis Americas and Beacon Council Executive Cabinet; and Tom Krug, associate and senior engineer with Geosyntec Consultants.  The forum focused on how space exploration benefits Florida's economy. The event, which included presentations and panels, was held at the University of Miami's BankUnited Center.  Among those participating were NASA Deputy Administrator Shana Dale, astronaut Carl Walz, director of the Advanced Capabilities Division in NASA's Exploration Systems Mission Directorate, and Russell Romanella, director, International Space Station and Spacecraft Processing.   Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-08pd0980

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- From the podium, Douglas Comstock, director ...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- From the podium, Douglas Comstock, director of NASA's Innovative Partnership Program, moderates a panel presenting the topic “Unleashing the Power of Technology and Creativity” during... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A prelaunch news conference on the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-O mission is held in NASA's Kennedy Space Center press site auditorium.  From left, the participants are George H. Diller, moderator, Media Services, Kennedy Space Center; Gary Davis, director, Office of Systems Development, NOAA Satellite and Information Service, Suitland, Md.; Kris Walsh, Commercial Programs manager, United Launch Alliance, Houston; Kevin Reyes, director, Business Development, Boeing Launch Services; Andre Dress, GOES-O deputy project manager, Goddard Space Flight Center; Charlie Maloney, GOES-O program manager, Boeing Space and Intelligence Systems, Seal Beach, Calif.; Bart Hagemeyer, meteorologist in charge, NOAA National Weather Service forecast office, Melbourne, Fla.; and Joel Tumbiolo, Delta IV launch weather officer, 45th Weather Squadron, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.    The GOES-O satellite is targeted to launch June 26. The latest Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite, GOES-O was developed by NASA for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA. Each of the GOES satellites continuously provides observations of 60 percent of the Earth including the continental United States, providing weather monitoring and forecast operations as well as a continuous and reliable stream of environmental information and severe weather warnings. Once in orbit, GOES-O will be designated GOES-14, and NASA will provide on-orbit checkout and then transfer operational responsibility to NOAA.    Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann KSC-2009-3841

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A prelaunch news conference on the Geostationar...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A prelaunch news conference on the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-O mission is held in NASA's Kennedy Space Center press site auditorium. From left, the participants a... More

Portrait of Oliver Walker,  Office of Housing Records,  Office of Business Development

Portrait of Oliver Walker, Office of Housing Records, Office of Busi...

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Portrait of Emelda Kennerly,  Director,  Office of Business Development

Portrait of Emelda Kennerly, Director, Office of Business Developmen...

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Portrait of Elliott Johnson, Jr., Deputy Director,  Office of Business Development

Portrait of Elliott Johnson, Jr., Deputy Director, Office of Business...

Photographer: HUD Staff Photo Creation Date: 2/16/2011 Portrait of Elliott Johnson, Jr., Deputy Director, Office of Business Development

Portrait of Greg McTure, Office of Business Development

Portrait of Greg McTure, Office of Business Development

Photographer: HUD Staff Photo Creation Date: 2/16/2011 Portrait of Greg McTure, Office of Business Development

Portrait of Richard Kurtz,  Deputy Director,  Office of Business Development

Portrait of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Devel...

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Portrait of Eraina McCoy,  Director of Communication and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development

Portrait of Eraina McCoy, Director of Communication and Marketing Div...

Photographer: HUD Staff Photo Creation Date: 2/16/2011 Portrait of Eraina McCoy, Director of Communication and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development

Portrait of Eric Pourciau,  Deputy Director, Office of Business Development

Portrait of Eric Pourciau, Deputy Director, Office of Business Develo...

Photographer: HUD Staff Photo Creation Date: 2/16/2011 Portrait of Eric Pourciau, Deputy Director, Office of Business Development

Portrait of Rhea Thomas,  Correspondence Unit Chief,  Office of Business Development

Portrait of Rhea Thomas, Correspondence Unit Chief, Office of Busine...

Photographer: HUD Staff Photo Creation Date: 2/16/2011 Portrait of Rhea Thomas, Correspondence Unit Chief, Office of Business Development

NRP Exploration Lecture: 'BloomBox' Bringing NASA Technology Down to Earth by  Bloom Energy CEO, Principal and Co-founder Dr. KR Sridhar.Shown here with Mejghan K Haider, Chief of Business Development, NASA Research Park Office ARC-2011-ACD11-0007-001

NRP Exploration Lecture: 'BloomBox' Bringing NASA Technology Down to E...

NRP Exploration Lecture: 'BloomBox' Bringing NASA Technology Down to Earth by Bloom Energy CEO, Principal and Co-founder Dr. KR Sridhar.Shown here with Mejghan K Haider, Chief of Business Development, NASA Res... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – At NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Andrew Aldrin, director of Business Development and Advanced Programs for the United Launch Alliance, speaks to about 150 followers of the agency’s Twitter account during Juno Tweetup activities inside a tent at the Press Site. The tweeters are at the center for two days of prelaunch activities. Juno is NASA’s mission to Jupiter to study the giant planet and improve our understanding of the planet’s formation and evolution. The tweeters will share their experiences with followers through the social networking site Twitter.    Attendees represent 28 states, the District of Columbia and five other countries: Canada, Finland, Norway, Spain and the United Kingdom. This is the first time NASA has invited Twitter followers to experience the launch of a planetary spacecraft.  The Juno spacecraft is scheduled to launch on an Atlas V rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, Aug. 5, at 11:34 a.m. EDT.  For more information, visit http://www.nasa.gov/juno.  Photo credit: NASA/Gianni M. Woods KSC-2011-6247

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – At NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Andr...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – At NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Andrew Aldrin, director of Business Development and Advanced Programs for the United Launch Alliance, speaks to about 150 followers of the agenc... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- NASA and Alliant Techsystems (ATK) managers announce an agreement that could accelerate the availability of U.S. commercial crew transportation capabilities in the Press Site auditorium at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. From left are Candrea Thomas, NASA Public Affairs; Ed Mango, Commercial Crew Program manager, NASA; Kent Rominger, vice president, Strategy and Business Development, ATK Aerospace; and John Schumacher, vice president, Space Programs, EADS North America.    The unfunded Space Act Agreement (SAA) through NASA's Commercial Crew Program will allow the agency and ATK to review and discuss Liberty system requirements, safety and certification plans, computational models of rocket stage performance, and avionics architecture designs. The agreement outlines key milestones including an Initial System Design review, during which ATK will present to NASA officials the Liberty systems level requirements, preliminary design, and certification process development. For more information about NASA's Commercial Crew Program, visit http://www.nasa.gov/exploration/commercial. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann KSC-2011-6950

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- NASA and Alliant Techsystems (ATK) managers an...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- NASA and Alliant Techsystems (ATK) managers announce an agreement that could accelerate the availability of U.S. commercial crew transportation capabilities in the Press Site auditorium ... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- NASA and Alliant Techsystems (ATK) managers discuss an agreement that could accelerate the availability of U.S. commercial crew transportation capabilities with media representatives in the Press Site auditorium at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. From left are Ed Mango, Commercial Crew Program manager, NASA; Kent Rominger, vice president, Strategy and Business Development, ATK Aerospace; and John Schumacher, vice president, Space Programs, EADS North America.     The unfunded Space Act Agreement (SAA) through NASA's Commercial Crew Program will allow the agency and ATK to review and discuss Liberty system requirements, safety and certification plans, computational models of rocket stage performance, and avionics architecture designs. The agreement outlines key milestones including an Initial System Design review, during which ATK will present to NASA officials the Liberty systems level requirements, preliminary design, and certification process development. For more information about NASA's Commercial Crew Program, visit http://www.nasa.gov/exploration/commercial. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann KSC-2011-6951

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- NASA and Alliant Techsystems (ATK) managers di...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- NASA and Alliant Techsystems (ATK) managers discuss an agreement that could accelerate the availability of U.S. commercial crew transportation capabilities with media representatives in ... More

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Offi...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Offi...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Offi...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Offi...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Offi...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Offi...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Frances Roots, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Dorothy Matthews, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, O...

Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD Photo Creation Date: 7/8/2012 Portrait of Michelle Dockett, Communications and Marketing Division, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

PORT CANAVERAL, Fla. – Greg Weiner, senior director of Business Development for the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast, spoke during opening ceremonies at the Historically Underutilized Business Zone, or HUBZone, Industry Day and Expo 2012.      The event was hosted for business leaders who are interested in learning about government contracting opportunities and what local and national vendors have to offer. The expo was held in Cruise Terminal 4 at Port Canaveral, Fla. The annual trade show is sponsored by Kennedy's Prime Contractor Board, the U.S. Air Force 45th Space Wing and the Canaveral Port Authority. It featured about 175 large and small businesses and government exhibitors from Brevard County and across the nation. Photo credit: NASA/ Kim Shiflett KSC-2012-5805

PORT CANAVERAL, Fla. – Greg Weiner, senior director of Business Develo...

PORT CANAVERAL, Fla. – Greg Weiner, senior director of Business Development for the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast, spoke during opening ceremonies at the Historically Underutilized Bu... More

Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Develo...

Photographer: Sammy Mayo, Jr.--HUD Photo Creation Date: 1/29/2013 Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Develo...

Photographer: Sammy Mayo, Jr.--HUD Photo Creation Date: 1/29/2013 Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Develo...

Photographer: Sammy Mayo, Jr.--HUD Photo Creation Date: 1/29/2013 Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing

Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Develo...

Photographer: Sammy Mayo, Jr.--HUD Photo Creation Date: 1/29/2013 Head shot of Richard Kurtz, Deputy Director, Office of Business Development, Office of Housing