NASA Risk Manager Shares “Human Exploration of
Space” at TAMIU Monday, April 27
After nearly 40 years, NASA has a new vision for exploration: taking us back to the moon and on to Mars. America has again committed itself to exploring the stars. In order to succeed and to accomplish a sustained presence on the Moon and Mars, NASA and its astronauts will have to find ways to live off the land.
Learn how at “Human Exploration of Space: Past, Present, and Future” a presentation by Michael Lutomski, NASA Johnson Space Center ISS Risk Manager, Monday, April 27 in the Western Hemispheric Trade Center Fernando A. Salinas Lecture Room (WHTC 111) at 6:30 p.m.
The event is free and open to the public.
It is co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences’ department of Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics at TAMIU and the IEEE Corpus Christi Section (IEEE-CC). It is funded by IEEE-CC and a grant from the Texas Space Grant Consortium (TSGC).
During the presentation, Lutomski will discuss past and present activities in human spaceflight and how these activities are setting the way and building necessary means for exploration.
Pizza and refreshments will be provided from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The presentation will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m.
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