LDCMSocial List of Speakers
The schedule's posted here as a courtesy, and any inaccuracies are my own, not NASA's.
All times are Pacific.
* The NASA #Landsat #NASASocial will air live on NASA TV' from 9 - 11 a.m. PT/noon - 2 p.m. ET - http://www.nasa.gov/ntv. You can also watch it live on NASA's UStream channel
*** Archive of the NASA TV broadcast ***.
Sunday, February 10 / L-1: #Landsat #NASASocial Day 1
- 7:15 - 8 am: John Yembrick (
@Yembrick), Aries Keck ( @AriesK), & Tiffany Nail meet the @NASASocialparticipants at the Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) south gate for registration
- 8:15 am: Participants board buses and enter Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB)
- 8:30 am:
@NASA's John Yembrick ( @Yembrick) begins the @NASASocialintroductions
- 9 – 11 am: NASA TV LIVE broadcast of the
@NASASocialPresentations and Q&A
- 9 am: Welcome by John Yembrick (
@Yembrick), director NASA Social Media @NASA
- 9:05 am: Landsat Overview
- 9:35 am: Building the Satellite
- 10 am: Launch Details
- 10:30 am: Landsat Science
- 10:45 am: Astronaut Piers Sellers representing NASA Goddard Earth Sciences -
- 10:55 am: Wrap-up and end of
- 11 am: Tour the Mission Director's Center in Building 836 (Orbital Sciences Building) at Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB)
- 12:15 pm: Lunch Break
- 1:30 pm: Tour Vandenberg Heritage Center with Jay Prichard (
- 3 pm (Group 2) / 3:15 pm (Group 1): Visit Space Launch Complex 6
- 4 pm: Photo opportunity with the Atlas V rocket loaded with the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) satellite at Space Launch Complex 3
- 5:30 pm (approximately): End of
@NASASocialDay 1. Participants return to Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) South Gate
Monday, February 11 / Launch Day: #Landsat #NASASocial Day 2
* The #Landsat #LDCM launch will air live on NASA TV beginning at 6:30 am Eastern (with a break to cover the ISS Progress 50 cargo spacecraft launch) - http://www.nasa.gov/ntv. You can also watch it live on NASA's UStream channel.
- 8:30 am: People begin arriving to the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) public viewing site (the Air Force will reserve a section) – at Providence Landing Park. Note: this is NOT the usual public viewing site for a Vandenberg rocket launch. There is no required check-in to view the launch. You can bring friends and family, and you are responsible for your own transportation to and from the public viewing site. (We recommend carpooling.)
- 10:04 am: Launch of Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM)'s Atlas V rocket (launch window 10:04 - 10:48 am PT)