GOES-S NASA EDGE Rollout Webcast, NASA Social Briefing Today

Watch the live webcast with NASA Edge during the GOES-S launch vehicle rollout at SLC-41. The live show begins at 10 a.m. and can be viewed on NASA TV and social media at:
NASA TV: www.nasa.gov/live

NASA EDGE Facebook: www.facebook.com/nasaedgefan

NASA EDGE YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/NASAedge

NASA EDGE Ustream: www.ustream.tv/nasaedge

Guests on the show:
Sandra Smalley, director, Joint Agency Satellite Division, NASA Headquarters
Mike Stringer, GOES-R assistant system program director, NOAA
Ed Grigsby, GOES-R deputy system program director, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Pam Sullivan, GOES-R flight project manager, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Mic Woltman, chief, Fleet Systems Integration Branch, Launch Services Program, Kennedy Space Center

Watch the GOES-S NASA Social Briefing live on NASA TV at 11 a.m. at https://www.nasa.gov/nasalive.
Briefing Participants:
Tim Walsh, GOES-R System Program Director
Pam Sullivan, Flight Director, GOES-R
AJ Sandora, Lockheed Martin GOES-R Series Mechanical Operations ATLO Manager
Mic Woltman, Chief – Fleet Systems Integration Branch, Launch Services Program
Gabriel Rodriguez-Mena, Systems Test Engineer, United Launch Alliance
Joe Pica, Director, Office of Observations, NOAA’s National Weather Service

GOES-S Countdown to T-Zero, Episode 3: Rocket Science
The United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket reaches another major milestone on the road to T-Zero, as NOAA’s GOES-S spacecraft prepares for launch. Stacking the rocket begins with the booster – the largest component – and continues with the addition of four solid rocket motors and the Centaur upper stage. GOES-S, the next in a series of advanced weather satellites, is slated to launch aboard the Atlas V from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Visit https://youtu.be/gWC9WTQ2Blc