12th Man In Space Symposium

The Future of Humans in Space
June 8-13, 1997 Washington, DC
International Academy of Astronautics (IAA)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Universities Space Research Association (USRA)

Third Announcement

General Information

Program Schedule

Plenary Sessions

Registration Information

Airport and Ground Transportation

Hotel Information

Presentation Information

Instructions to Authors     

Evening Events

Accompanying Person Program

Scientific and Organizing Committee

GENERAL INFORMATION
The Symposium will be held from Sunday, June 8 to Friday, June 13, 1997 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, 2500 Calvert Street, NW, Washington, DC 20008 - Phone (202) 234-0700.

Weather in Washington, DC
Warm weather usually prevails from April until October. Monthly highs in June are 83 Fahrenheit/29 Celsius. Lows are 65 Fahrenheit/19 Celsius.

WELCOMING RECEPTION
Monday Evening
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Welcome to Washington, DC—site of the 12th Man in Space Symposium. We will complete the first day of events with a reception that will be held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. This evening will be a time to meet and greet old and new colleagues. Heavy hors d'oeuvres and light-hearted conversations will be included on the menu. The reception will be held in the Ambassador Ballroom.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Time Day
Sunday

June 8

Monday

June 9

Tuesday

June 10

Wednesday

June 11

Thursday

June 12

Friday

June 13

8:30 am Arrival of

participants

and guests

Concurrent scientific sessions in the areas of biology, countermeasures, environmental factors, life support, physiology, and human factors
9:30 am Opening

Session

10:30 am
11:30 am Lunch
12:00 noon
1:00 pm Registration Exploration as a Human Pursuit Space and the Media Space and the Arts Politics and Space
2:00 pm
2:15 pm Break
2:30 pm Concurrent scientific sessions in the areas of biology, countermeasures, environmental factors, life support, physiology, and human factors.

Poster Session (Wednesday, June 11 from 2:30 to 5:30 pm

3:30 pm
4:30 pm
5:30 pm
6:00 pm
7:00 pm Welcoming Reception An Evening with Women in Space & Dance Theatre of New York Embassy Reception Gala Banquet
8:00 pm

PLENARY SESSIONS

Plenary Session: Exploration as a Human Activity
Monday, June 9, 1997 1:00 - 2:00 pm
(Co-sponsored by the National Geographic Society)

For 108 years, the National Geographic Society has documented the human desire to explore. From their first scientific expedition in 1890 to Alaska's Mount St. Elias to the 1995 discovery in Peru of Inca mummies on an icy volcano, the Society has followed daring individuals as they pushed back the edge of the unknown. Dr. George Stuart, Chairman of the Research and Exploration Committee, will describe the Society's continuing commitment to support scientific research. Dr. Stuart will introduce Dr. Johan Reinhard, currently Resident Explorer at National Geographic, who will discuss his latest findings from the Peruvian mummy project. There will also be two multimedia presentations.

Plenary Session: Space and the Media
Tuesday, June 10, 1997 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Mr. John Holliman
Nations Desk, Cable News Network

John Holliman joined CNN in early 1980 as part of the original CNN team and was the first correspondent hired in the Washington, DC bureau. He has covered agriculture, the White House and has served as chief daytime Washington, DC anchor. Currently, he is the network's national assignment reporter based in CNN's world headquarters in Atlanta.

Plenary Session: Women in Space
Tuesday, June 10, 1997 7:00 - 10:00 pm
Roberta Bondar, Canada
Claudie André-Deshays, France
Shannon Lucid, U.S.A.
Chiaki Mukai, Japan
TBD, Russia
Moderator: Ms. Judy Woodruff
Anchor, Cable News Network

Artistic Interlude sponsored by the Dance Theatre Workshop of New York.

Plenary Session: Space and the Arts
The Culture of Space
Wednesday, June 11, 1997 1:00 - 2:00 pm
(Co-sponsored by the Dance Theater Workshop of New York)

A panel discussion among artists, scientists, and astronauts focusing on questions related to the culture of space: What constitutes culture? Are we in the process of fabricating a culture in outer space? What is the human dimension of life in space? At what point does living and working in a "permanent" habitable environment in space lead to the development of a new space culture? What are the products of such a new culture that could affect the cultures on Earth?

Plenary Session: Politics and Space
Thursday, June 12, 1997 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Congressman F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr.
Chairman, Committee on Science
United States House of Representatives

F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr., is a Republican Member of Congress representing the Ninth Congressional District of Wisconsin. He was elected to Congress in November of 1978, after serving ten years in the Wisconsin State Legislature. Congressman Sensenbrenner has been elected Chairman of the House Science Committee, which is responsible for developing and overseeing government science policy. Previously, Congressman Sensenbrenner was Chairman of the Science Committee's Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee, where he solidified his reputation as an independent leader on space issues, including his efforts in support of the Space Station.

Gala Banquet
Thursday, June 12, 1997 7:00 - 10:00 pm
Senator John Glenn
United States Senate

In 1959 John Glenn was selected to be one of the first seven astronauts in the US space program. Three years later, on, February 20, 1962, he made history as the first American to orbit the Earth, completing three orbits in a five-hour flight, for which he received the Space Congressional Medal of Honor. He won his Senate seat in 1974, and was re- elected in 1980, 1986, and 1992, making him the first popularly elected Senator from Ohio to win four consecutive terms.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Preregistration
Preregistration Form
is attached. Send it via mail or fax BEFORE MAY 1, 1997 to:

Universities Space Research Association
IAA 12th Man in Space Symposium, Division of Space Life Sciences
3600 Bay Area Blvd., Houston, TX 77058 USA
Attention: Terri K. Jones; Fax (281) 244-2006

Full Registration Fee: $350.00
Accompanying Person Fee: $125.00
Student (ID required) Registration Fee: $ 50.00

** Only foreign participants with currency exchange problems will be able to submit their preregistration form without payment, but with the understanding that payment will be made in cash (US dollars) on June 8, 1997.

Onsite Registration
After May 1, 1997 all registration will be processed at the Omni Shoreham hotel beginning on June 8, 1997 from 1:00 - 8:00 pm and continuing daily from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm through Thursday, June 12, 1997.

Full Registration Fee: $400.00
Accompanying Person Fee: $150.00
Student (ID required) Registration Fee: $ 65.00

No one will be admitted to the scientific or special sessions unless they have registered.

Registration Fees include
Access to all sessions
Welcoming reception
Abstract volume
Program
Special issue of journal Acta Astronautica, containing selected symposium papers (published after the symposium)
Gala Banquet
Transportation to and from the Embassy Reception

AIRPORT AND GROUND TRANSPORTATION

Washington Dulles International Airport
Phone (703) 661-2700
Located approximately 35 miles from the Omni Shoreham hotel. The airport offers a full range of domestic and international flights. Taxi fare to the Omni Shoreham Hotel is approxi-mately $45-$50. Washington Flyer/Super Shuttle (phone 1-800-258-3826) provides bus/van service to downtown hotels, with departures every 45 minutes. Tickets for the bus/van service are approximately $20-$25 and are sold at the airport near the ground transportation area.

If driving from Dulles Airport:
Take the Dulles Turnpike to Route 66. Go east on Route 66 and exit Constitution Avenue. Continue on Constitution Ave. until you reach 18th Street (you are unable to make a left on 17th Street but this is where you want to be). Make a left on 18th Street. Then make your first right to 17th Street. 17th Street turns into Connecticut Avenue. Take Connecticut Avenue North, passing underneath the Dupont Circle. Continue approximately one mile until you cross the Taft Bridge—a large bridge with a lion on each side. Just past the bridge there will be a traffic light and Calvert Street will be directly in front of you. Make a left on Calvert Street and the hotel is the first building on the left.

Baltimore/Washington International Airport
Phone (410) 859-7032)
Located approximately 38 miles from the Omni Shoreham hotel. This modern airport is user-friendly offering a full range of domestic and international flights. Taxi fare to the Omni is approximately $55-$60. Super Shuttle (phone 1-800-258-3826) provides bus/van service to downtown area hotels with departures approximately every 30 minutes. Tickets can be purchased near baggage claim area located on Pier C. The cost is approxi-mately $25-$30. No advance purchase is necessary; however, to secure your return transpor-tation from the hotel to the airport, please call 24 hours in advance.

If driving from Baltimore Airport:
Look for signs for I-95 South. Take I-95 South to 495, the Beltway. Go West on 495 toward Northern Virginia. Take exit 33- Connecticut Avenue and go left and continue south toward Chevy Chase. Continue approxi-mately 5 miles (you will pass through Chevy Chase Circle and continue on Connecticut Ave). You will pass the National Zoo on your left. Continue 3-5 blocks. Just before the Taft bridge, take a right on Calvert. The hotel will be the first building on your left.

Washington National Airport
Phone (703) 685-8000
Located approximately 10 miles from the Omni Shoreham Hotel. This airport is south of the city along the Potomac River and offers a full range of domestic flights on major, regional and commuter carriers. Taxi fare is approximately $15-20. Super Shuttle (phone 1-800-258-3826) provides bus/van service to downtown area hotels with departures approximately every 30 minutes. Tickets can be purchased at the airport for approximately $8-10. No advance purchase is necessary; however, to secure your return transportation from the hotel to airport, please call 24 hours in advance.

If driving from National Airport:
Follow the exits towards Washington until you reach George Washington Parkway. Take George Washington Parkway north toward Washington and Memorial Bridge. Cross the Potomac on the Memorial Bridge and stay in the right lane to access the Rock Creek Parkway. Make a right and go underneath the bridge. When you exit the bridge stay in the left lane on Rock Creek Parkway. Approximately 1/2 mile past the Massachusetts Avenue exit, the road splits. Stay left toward Connecticut Ave. and Cathedral. Take an immediate left again to go up the hill to Calvert St. The hotel will be on the left at the top of the hill.

HOTEL INFORMATION

A block of hotel rooms has been reserved at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, 2500 Calvert Street, NW, Washington, DC 20008. To make your reservation, you should contact the hotel directly via phone or fax. Please remember to specify the NASA/IAA 12th Man in Space Symposium.

Phone: 202-234-0700
Toll Free: 1-800-The-Omni (1-800-843-6664)
Fax: 202-332-8134 (
submit the enclosed hotel reservation form)
The cutoff date for reserving rooms at the special rate of $108.41 for single rooms and $127.88 for double rooms is May 1, 1997. These rates are subject to change to the prevailing Federal Government per diem rates at the actual time of this meeting. Reservations made after May 1 will be accepted on a space-available and rate- available basis! Hotel check-in time is 3:00 p.m. and check-out time is 12:00 noon. Make your reservations early!

The Omni Shoreham Hotel

LOCATION: On 11 acres in Rock Creek Park, in the heart of Washington, DC. Just 100 yards from Metro, minutes from the Smithsonian, museums, landmarks, and the Capitol. Walk to the National Zoo and the city's finest restaurants.
ACCOMMODATIONS: The 770-room Omni Shoreham Hotel surrounds its guests with a sense of luxury, while providing one of the best hotel values in town with its spacious rooms and suites - all superbly restored.
RESTAURANTS/LOUNGES: Monique, an authentic Parisian Brasserie, offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Garden Court is ideal for cocktails. Little Something is a new gourmet take-out market. Live entertainment is in the Marquee Cabaret.
RECREATION: Fitness center, outdoor pool, clay tennis courts, horseback riding, bicycling, jogging, and nature trails in Rock Creek Park. It's a resort atmosphere within the city.
GRAND HOTEL OF THE NATION'S CAPITAL: Since its opening in 1930, the Omni Shoreham Hotel has enjoyed a long and glorious history as the locale of many important events in the diplomatic, social, and official life of Washington. All Inaugural Balls of Presidents from Franklin Roosevelt to Bill Clinton have been held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel.

During the 1950s Senator John F. Kennedy courted Jacqueline Bouvier in the famous Blue Room. President Nixon made history by introducing his entire cabinet-to-be over network television at a special dinner in the Diplomat Room. President and Mrs. Reagan and President and Mrs. Bush have appeared before numerous groups holding meetings at the hotel. President Clinton thrilled the Inaugural Ball audience as he entertained guests in the Regency Ballroom with his saxophone solo.

PRESENTATION INFORMATION

ORAL PRESENTATIONS
Plenary sessions will be held in the Palladian Room of the Omni Shoreham Hotel throughout the Symposium. Parallel scientific/technical sessions will held in one of five splinter rooms at the hotel. Available equipment for oral presentations in these sessions includes two 35- mm slide projectors, two overhead projectors for transparencies, and one pointer.

NOTE: Those who may require additional audio visual equipment can submit their request via fax to: Terri Jones, 281-244-2006. All attempts will be made to help secure your request and a response will be returned to you so that you may prepare your presentations.

INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS
Oral presenters are invited to submit their manuscripts for consideration for publication in a special issue of the official journal of the International Academy of Astronautics, Acta Astronautica. Specific instructions to authors for manuscript preparation are available at the Acta Astronautica web page. Please follow the instructions explicitly, and bring four copies of your manuscript to the 12th Man in Space Symposium. Manuscripts submitted after the Symposium will not be considered for publication.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS
A poster session will be open to the general public and will be held in the Blue Room at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. The posters will be available for viewing from June 10 at 8:30 am through June 12 at 12:00 noon. The poster session will be held on June 11 from 2:30 to 5:30 pm. Poster presenters will be available for questions and answers during this time.

Instructions for Poster Presentations:
Set-up times for poster presenters begin June 8 from 1:00 pm until 8:00 pm and will continue through June 9 until 5:30 pm. Posters will be available for viewing by the general public June 10 through June 11 from 8:30 am until 5:30 pm. The Poster Session will be held on June 11 from 2:30 to 5:30 pm during which time presenters should be available for questions and answers. Presenters must have their posters dismantled no later than noon on Friday, June 13.

The following items will be made available to each presenter:
One Single-Sided 4' x 8' Poster Board
Two Chairs
One 6' Skirted Table
Push Pins
Female/Male Velcro
Identification Marker

If additional items are required, please send in your request via fax to Terri Jones, 281- 244-2006. All attempts will be made to help secure your request, and a response will be returned to you so that you may prepare your poster presentations.

TECHNICAL EXHIBIT INFORMATION
Technical exhibits relating to the space life sciences will be open to the general public in the Blue Room at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. The technical exhibits will be held from 8:30 am - 5:30 pm daily from June 9 through June 12, 1997.

SESSION CO-CHAIR/RAPPORTEUR MEETING
Session co-chairs and rapporteurs should attend an orientation meeting on the day of their scheduled session. Their duties and responsibilities will be defined at the orientation meetings scheduled Monday, June 9, at 2:00 pm; Tuesday, June 10, through Thursday, June 12, at 8:00 am and 2:00 pm; and on Friday, June 13, at 8:00 am. Check at the registration desk for meeting room information.

EVENING EVENTS

Welcoming Reception - June 9, 1997
Welcome to Washington, D.C. - site of the 12th Man in Space Symposium. We will complete the first day of events with a reception that will be held in the Ambassador Ballroom of the Omni Shoreham Hotel from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. This evening will be a time to meet and greet old and new colleagues. Hors d'oeuvres will be served and light-hearted conversations are included on the menu.

An Evening with Women in Space with an Artistic Interlude by the Dance Theatre of New York - June 10, 1997
A discussion of personal views and perspectives with space travelers Roberta Bondar (Canada), Claudie André-Deshays (France), Shannon Lucid (USA), Chiaki Mukai (Japan), and TBD, (Russia).

An Artistic Interlude (Sponsored by the Dance Theatre Workshop of New York) will be provided during the evening: Theme: Movement, Science, and Technology
Dorothy Jungels, Artistic Director, Everett Dance Theater
Michael Moschen, Movement Artist and Illusionist
Elizabeth Streb, Artistic Director, Elizabeth Streb/Ringside

Embassy Reception - June 11, 1997
You will be transported to one of Washington's noted embassies via a chartered motorcoach for a special reception in honor of symposium attendees. Departure from the hotel will be at 6:30 pm. Please be ready by 6:15 pm so that we may begin loading buses to help ensure a prompt departure. The buses will return to the hotel immediately after the reception at approximately 10:30 pm.

Gala Banquet - June 12, 1997
To complete the final full day of the symposium, a gala dinner banquet will be served in the Palladian Room at the hotel from 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm. This evening will shine as we all join together to recap the exciting and new information we have assimilated at this symposium. Senator John Glenn will be the banquet speaker.

ACCOMPANYING PERSON PROGRAM

DAILY TOURS
Arrangements for four personalized tours have been secured. If you would like to participate in these tours, please complete the tour section on the Preregistration Form and include payment. Only foreign participants with currency exchange difficulty will be able to send in their Preregistration Form without payment but with the understanding that payment will be made in cash (US dollars) on June 8, 1997.

Tours are subject to cancellation should there be fewer than 20 passengers per tour. If cancellation does occur, you will be given a refund when you arrive at the Symposium.

Tour 1 - June 9
Interior Public Buildings ($43 per person)
Check-in Time 8:45 am
Departure Time 9:00 am
Return Time 4:00 -4:30 pm
Please check in promptly with the tour leader at the Omni Shoreham Hotel at 8:45 am to avoid delay; departure is scheduled for 9:00 am.

The morning portion of this tour will be highlighted by the Monuments and Museums and the Smithsonian Institution. Stops will be made at the National Cathedral, Ford's Theatre, Petersen House, Jefferson Memorial, and the American History Museum.

After a stop for lunch (on your own, lunch not included) at Union Station, the afternoon portion will include the Legislative and Judicial Branches of the United States Government. Stopping at the US Capitol, Supreme Court (when not in session), National Archives (original Declaration of Indepen-dence) and the National Air and Space Museum (Spirit of St. Louis). You will view the House and Senate Office Buildings, National Gallery of Art, Natural History Museum, The Castle National Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial, US Navy Memorial, and the US Botanical Gardens.

Tour 2 - June 10
Walking Tour of Historic Annapolis
($57.50 per person)
Check-in Time 8:45 am
Departure Time 9:00 am
Return Time 5:00 pm

Please check in promptly with the tour leader at the Omni Shoreham Hotel at 8:45 am to avoid delay; departure is scheduled for 9:00 am.

Upon arriving in Annapolis, alight from your motorcoach into the 18th century charm of historic Annapolis, the first peacetime capitol of the United States - the colonial "Athens of America."

The "Colonials" of Three Centuries Tours will help you explore such historic sites as Maryland House, where George Washington resigned as Commander-in-Chief, and St. Johns College, alma mater of Francis Scott Key. Share the 18th century gossip or enjoy a lesson in proper dress and deportment as you stand in the shadows of the great Georgian mansions or along the docks of this thriving colonial seaport.

As history continues into the 20th century, your guide will escort you through the gates of the United States Naval Academy, home of 4500 future naval officers. Years of tradition unfold before your eyes as you visit the Naval Academy Chapel, crypt of John Paul Jones, or perhaps view the noon meal formation of midshipmen, held when weather and schedules permit. Your walking tour will conclude in the bustling city dock area for lunch on your own and shopping.

To further enhance your visit to Annapolis, at 2:45 p.m. board the Harbor Queen for a 40- minute narrated cruise of the Annapolis harbor. View the Naval Academy and sailing marinas as the vessel enters the Severn River where its waters join the Chesapeake Bay. At the completion of the cruise, reboard your motorcoach for return to Washington, DC.
WEAR COMFORTABLE WALKING SHOES FOR ANNAPOLIS.

Tour 3 - June 11
Goddard Space Center & Discover Washington ($45 per person)
Check-in Time 8:45 am
Departure Time 9:00 am
Return Time 5:00 pm

Please check in promptly with the tour leader at the Omni Shoreham Hotel at 8:45 am to avoid delay; departure is scheduled for 9:00 am.

The tour begins at the Goddard Space Center where you will see LIVING IN SPACE presentation. Using a model of a space suit (EVA suit) with helmet, gloves, and boots, this presentation explains why the space suit is essential to an astronaut's survival in space. Samples of food and the food trays are shown that are used by the astronauts while they are in space. It is informative as well as interesting to the small children as well as adults. Also included is the ASTROSMILES video screening. This video features actual footage of astronauts aboard the space shuttle. Astronauts are performing various activities such as eating, exercising, sleeping and other fun and humorous experiments. This video clearly demonstrates that being an astronaut is more than just hard work, it is also fun and exciting.

After your tour, reboard the motorcoach for departure to Washington, DC. Your arrival is scheduled at Union Station, which was modeled in the Beaux Arts style after the Diocletian baths and Arch of Constantine in Rome. Designed by Denial Burnham in 1903, it was opened in 1907 and completed one year later. This central train station for the nations capital has gone through several changes over the past decade. The latest is a total revamping into a dazzling center where you can dine at 47 different restaurants and eateries, take in a movie (the cinema complex has nine screens) and explore nearly 100 shops. You are on your own for lunch.

At 2:00 pm, you will join your group and your licensed tour guide will accompany you on a riding tour of the monuments. The first attraction down historic Pennsylvania Avenue is the world-famous address, "1600 Pennsylvania—The White House." Next door, you'll see the Old Executive Office Building, once called a monstrosity by its detractors and now revered as a splendid example of the Beaux Arts period with its outlandish mansards, porches, and turrets. It is connected by enclosed walkways to the West Wing of the White House, which contains the Oval Office and quarters for the President's Senior Staff.

Memorials, Memorials! The Lincoln Memorial, dedicated to Lincoln in 1922. Inside stands the magnificent 19-foot statue of President Lincoln gazing straight ahead, keeping an eye on the White House. Noted for its pristine beauty, the top of the Memorial steps is the perfect place for a view of the Mall and the reflection of the Washington Monument in the elongated pool.

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, inscribed with 58,156 names of those who remain missing or died in the Vietnam War. Around the corner is the Vietnam Women's Memorial, as well as the Korean War Veterans Memorial.

Now it's onward to the Jefferson Memorial. Dedicated in 1943 the classical dome and colonnade of this memorial to the third US President is in the style he most preferred. Inside stands a 19-foot bronze state beneath a rotunda. The walls are filled with quotes from the Declaration of Independence and other historical writings.

After the Jefferson Memorial, you will ride by the Washington Monument, the tallest masonry structure in the world (555'5"). You will learn about this majestic obelisk, that was dedicated in 1885 to the memory of the first US President.

You will drive along The Mall, past the Smithsonian Complex, which includes the renowned National Air and Space Museum, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, National Museum of American History, National Gallery of Art, and the charming red brick Castle, which is the heart of the collection. This will conclude your tour.

Tour 4 - June 12
Mt. Vernon & Alexandria, Virginia ($40 per person)
Check-in Time 8:45 am
Departure Time 9:00 am
Return Time 2:00 pm

Please check in promptly with the tour leader at the Omni Shoreham hotel at 8:45 am to avoid delay; departure is scheduled for 9:00 am.

Your tour begins with a journey through the Life and Times of the Father of our Country. Visit the home of George Washington - Mt. Vernon. See the home, the gardens and the farm. Also visit Christ Church and the quaint seaport town of Old Town Alexandria.

En route your licensed tour guide will delight you with facts and direct your attention to Fort Washington, The Pentagon and Crystal City, VA.
WEAR COMFORTABLE WALKING SHOES FOR MT. VERNON.

SCIENTIFIC AND ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Honorary Chairmen
O. Gazenko (Russia)
K. Klein (Germany)
A. Nicogossian (USA)

Honorary Vice Chairmen
A. Grigoriev (Russia)
A. Guell (France)
K. Yajima (Japan)

Chairmen
J. Vernikos (USA)
R. White (USA)

Vice Chairmen
G. Gargir (France)
A. Mortimer (Canada)
H. Oser (ESA)
R. Gerzer (Germany)
S. Watanabe (Japan)
D. Short (USA)

Members
V. Baranov (Russia)
A. Berthoz (France)
V. Blüm (Germany)
V. Bogomolov (Russia)
J. Contant (France)
R. Fassold (Canada)
M. A. Frey (USA)
H. Hinghofer-Szalkay (Austria)
I. Kozlovskaya (Russia)
L. Macho (Slovakia)
T. Mano (Japan)
S. Nagaoka (Japan)
V. Petrov (Russia)
J. Rummel (USA)
G. Ruyters (Germany)
C. Sawin (USA)
V. Schneider (USA)
J. Seylaz (France)
Y. Sinyak (Russia)
I. Skoog (Sweden)
F. Sulzman (USA)
H. Wegmann (Germany)

Produced and designed by:
Universities Space Research Association
Division of Space Life Sciences
Logistics and Meeting Support Team
Terri Jones Tonya Hardin Dana Nelson
Kay Nute Gail Pacetti Tammie Willy

Last updated April 10, 1997