Join Former Astronaut Dr. Greg Chamitoff for a free Webcast at 10 am on the 10th November!
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to let your student’s hear from a former Astronaut Greg Chamitoff at NO CHARGE! Selected by NASA as an Astronaut Candidate in 1998, Dr. Chamitoff has worked on Space Station Robotics, served as Lead CAPCOM for ISS Expedition 9, supported the training of ISS Expedition 6 as a Crew Support Astronaut and helped to develop procedures and displays for ISS operations. In 2011, Dr. Chamitoff served as a Mission Specialist on the last flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour, STS-134. During this mission, he performed operations with the Shuttle and Station Robotic Arms, including the installation of a pallet of spare equipment (ELC‑3) and a particle physics observatory called the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS). To date, Dr. Chamitoff has logged more than 198 days in space.
To find more about this amazing from opportunity and the free NASA digital learning network, visit www.ustream.tv/channel/nasa-dlinfo2
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