R. Kruger: The format I would like to follow in this session is to allow each of the panel members some 10 or 15 minutes to discuss his or her particular subject, and then we will open the meeting for a general discussion. With that, let me introduce the members of the panel. We will lead off with Jack Triolo. Jack is a member of the Goddard Space Flight Center and will be discussing planning for contamination con-trol. The next person who will speak is Harry Poehlmann. Harry is Manager of the Materials Engineering Department at Ball Aerospace Systems Division, and he will be discussing materials from the various aspects of space application. He will be followed by Jim Austin, also from Ball Aerospace, and Jim will be talking about fabrication, assembly, and transportation. Next, Gene Borson from the Material Sciences Lab of The Aerospace Corporation will discuss the aspects of integration and tests. Finally, Nancy Pugel of Martin-Marietta, Denver, will be talking about the contamination aspects of Shuttle integration. What we have tried to do is set an order like the flow of a spacecraft program. With that, I'd like to ask Jack Triolo to begin with his discussion planning for contamination control in the spacecraft program.