NASA Update To Katrina Aftermath

This is the latest information about NASA facilities affected by hurricane Katrina

    WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 /PRNewswire/ --

    Stennis Space Center:

     *  The facility remains closed, but is open to essential employees only.
        Other employees should visit the NASA website or call in to report
        their current status
     *  Emergency operations workers have Internet access. Work continues on
        the telephone and power systems
     *  Supplies and equipment continue to arrive from various NASA centers
     *  Administrative and disaster relief personnel are arriving as
        infrastructure permits

     Michoud Assembly Facility:

     *  Helicopter crews will be swapped out today
     *  The U.S. Army has established communications uplinks and Internet
        service is restored. Internet telephone services are being installed
        to increase communications capability
     *  Surveys of the surrounding area continue for possible land
        transportation routes
     *  The facility's electrical grid appears to be intact and emergency
        crews continue to work with the local utility to restore electrical
        power
     *  Air conditioning is now available in three buildings
     *  The Emergency Operations Center is closely monitoring the water supply
        and exploring options for shipping more water to the site

NASA's toll free telephone number for family members seeking information about people who may sheltering at either Stennis or Michoud, or if you are trying to locate employees who work at either facility, please call 877/470-5240.

NASA has established a public Web site to convey important contact information to NASA employees and contractors impacted by Katrina and for general public information at:

                           
http://www.nasa.gov/eoc

    For Stennis and Michoud updates and images on the Web, visit:

                        
http://www.nasa.gov/hurricane

Members of the public who have general questions about NASA's Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts can call 866/779-7462.

NASA can also take e-mail inquiries from the public about general storm recovery activities. Use "Assistance - Katrina" in the subject line, and send to:

                         
Email Contact

For recorded updates about NASA relief operations, call 888/362-4323.

CONTACT: J.D. Harrington, or Allard Beutel, Headquarters, Washington,
+1-202-358-5241, or +1-202-358-4769, both of NASA; or June Malone, Marshall
Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala., +1-256-544-0034 for NASA

Web site: http://www.nasa.gov/
http://www.nasa.gov/eoc/
http://www.nasa.gov/hurricane/


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