This blog is posted live from the Kennedy Space Center Press Site
Gene Mikulka and Sawyer Rosenstein sat in on the Future Science Missions that occurred at 9:30am on July 6th. At the briefing, representatives from Kennedy Space Center launch teams, those who help designate the vehicles, as well as scientists for Juno (Jupiter mission), launching in August, GRAiL (Moon under surface observation mission), launching in September, Mars Science Laboratory/Curiosity (Launching Thanksgiving in the United States), and NuStar (Nuclear telescope mission primarily observing black holes throughout the universe).
A blog will be posted later with images of some of the models and more details on each vehicle. It will be posted after the 11:30 mission update meeting.
Keep checking back and Go Atlantis!