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Suborbital Scientist-Astronaut Training Course

By Keith Cowing
NASA Watch
January 13, 2010
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Environmental Tectonics Corporations The NASTAR(R) Center Commences Space Training for Prospective Scientist-Astronauts
“The Suborbital Scientist-Astronaut Training Course [Tuesday/Wednesday, 12-13 Jan] has been developed by The NASTAR Center and is organized by Dr. Alan Stern and Dr. Dan Durda of the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI). “
Keith’s note: You can follow events at the workshop at or at The pre-flight of a sub-orbital scientist (Joe Hill)
On Twitter you can follow @thenastarcenter, NASAWatch or track all Tweets via #suborbital
You can also check the Suborbital Science page at Facebook and TheNASTARCenter on YouTube
ETC’s The NASTAR(R) Center Announces Winner of Student Patch Design Contest Outreach Effort, earlier post- NASA Solicitation: Commercial Reusable Suborbital Research Program – CRuSR – Request for Information, earlier post
List of Speakers Announced for the Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference, earlier post

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