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Stardust Status Report

November 9, 2001

There were two Deep Space Network tracking passes in the past week, and all subsystems are normal. Stardust is currently 2.47 AU (230 million miles) from the Sun.

The Stardust Outreach team provided printed and video educator materials to the Challenger Center, Houston Museum of Natural Sciences, the Young Astronauts Club, the Hawaii Educators Conference, and Ambassadors Program participants. Film Oasis, Inc. completed its show "Science on the Edge," featuring Stardust, which is slated to air on the Discovery Channel next March. In support of the Ambassador Program Board, 35 applicants were reviewed.

For more information on the Stardust mission - the first ever comet sample return mission - please visit the Stardust home page:

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