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Tuesday, April 31..... (14 March 2005)

11:30 A.M. "Budget Cut Spinoffs" - classroom teaching aid

Monday, May 0....

9:00 A.M. Colloquium on Soviet Inferiority

10:00 A.M. Three Letter Acronym (TLA) List Update (LU)

11:00 A.M. Pre-launch News Conference

12:00 A.M. Post-scrub News Conference

Friday, April 35....

4:00 A.M. Replay of the Administrator's Good Friday speech:
"The Crucifixion: A Lesson for NASA?"

5:30 A.M. Livestock Report

6:00 A.M. Astronaut Aerobics/Morning Workout

All events and times and missions and appropriations are subject to change without notice. These reports are filed daily, Monday through Friday, at 12 noon, EDT. My god, CNN, when do you want me to file? Last April? A service of the Infernal Communications Branch, NASA HQ. Help -- I am being held hostage in the Public AffaiMMMMPPHHH Mike Hunt
Headquarters, Washington, D.C. March 30, 1990

RELEASE: N90-69

EDITORS NOTE: NASA PRESS CONFERENCE ON ``POLAR FOIL'' EXPERIMENTS

News media are invited to a press conference Monday, April 2 beginning at 10 a.m., at which NASA Administrator Richard H. Truly and a panel of NASA life sciences experts will respond to questions on the recently acknowledged ``Polar Foil'' experiments undertaken in past years by space shuttle crews.

Polar Foil is the computer-generated designation for the series of experiments in human sexuality which NASA astronauts have conducted in orbit on space shuttle missions. In response to widespread public speculation and official queries from members of Congress, NASA this week revealed the nature and extent of these experiments.

This experiment is one of a group in which NASA life scientists are attempting to understand all aspects of extended human presence in a microgravity environment. Just as careful study has been devoted to human adaptations to sleeping, eating and drinking, and the collection and disposal of bodily wastes in this environment, it is anticipated that astronauts may choose to engage in sexual activities during any protracted earth orbital or interplanetary mission.

NASA astronauts assigned to mission crews in the past several years have volunteered to participate in the experiments. When both a male and a female astronaut on the same mission had volunteered, mission time was allocated to accommodate this activity. As expected, the limiting factor on the number of missions in which the experiment could be attempted was the number of female astronauts. Conversely, the limiting factor on the number of times the experiment could be performed in a single mission was characteristic of the male astronauts.

These limitations will be addressed in Monday's press conference, at which a new astronaut category will be introduced. NASA will soon begin accepting applications for Research Specialist astronauts, which will be distinguished from both Pilot astronauts and Mission Specialist astronauts. The prerequisites for Research Specialist positions are that the candidate be female, at least 18 years of age, physically attractive, possess excellent endurance and flexibility, and moral open-mindedness. Finalists will travel to Johnson Space Center in Houston for thorough interviews and examinations, after which the Research Specialist astronaut candidates will be selected. This selection process will proceed in parallel with, and separately from, the process for the other career astronaut grades. At some future date, when the numbers of male and female astronauts are more nearly even, the Research Specialist category is expected to be opened up to male applicants.

These experiments will continue in the near term with the present composition of the astronaut corps. Since the experiments are no longer considered classified, they will receive the same attention as other aspects of NASA space shuttle missions. Negotiations are in progress for cable TV operators to carry the NASA Select satellite signal while this experiment is being performed. NASA feels this service will prove particularly effective in capturing and holding the public's interest in their national space program.

On a related topic, NASA is considering reactivation of the Citizen in Space programs with application to these experiments. The tentative name of the proposed program is Surrogate in Space. Although not yet an officially adopted program, some members of Congress have already suggested names of civilian professionals who may become candidates for participation in this program.

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