Space Blog | 20. April 2011 | posted by Marco Trovatello

STS-134: Ready to blog

Image Credit: NASA.
Image Credit: NASA.

Since yesterday's Flight Readiness Review (FRR) confirmed a "Go" for Endeavour's Launch on 29 April it's now certain that we (me, that is) will continue blogging here starting next Thursday, 28 April, where there will be first photo opportunities at Kennedy Space Center. Unfortunately my DLR colleague Thilo Kranz, fellow blogger and excellent shuttle photographer, will not be there this time.

But I'll have the pleasure to not just share the KSC press site with hundreds of space science journalists from all over the world, but also with my ESA colleague Daniel Scuka, who will cover STS-134 at blogs.esa.int and privately at esaops.posterous.com/. Please also do not miss the 134 Tweetup Blog.

STS-134 will carry the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS-02) to the International Space Station. AMS is a european fundamental physics experiment which will search for dark matter and so called 'dark matter'. Please check the AMS website for more details. 

Image credit: NASA.

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As Head of the Cross-Media Section of DLR's Corporate Communications Department, Marco Trovatello was responsible for Communication across all media distribution channels. As of 1 May 2014, he serves as Cross-Media Coordinator and Strategy Advisor in the Corporate Communications Department of the European Space Agency ESA. to authorpage

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