Space Talk by Astronaut Nicole Scott

Society for Space Education, Research and Development (SSERD) welcomes you all the Space Talk Initiative, where we bring in the resource people from various backgrounds and connect it to The Space Science and Technology.

Space Talk Details:
Date: 17/04/2020, Friday
Time: 06:30-07:30 pm IST
Location: At your homes. (Space talk is Online)

Topic: Journey Towards Space.
Nicole will explain her experience of being a Women Astronaut, getting quarantined or remaining in isolation experience of an Astronaut and the Importance of Space Art.

Speaker’s Bio:
Nicole Marie Passonno Stott known as the ‘Artistic Astronaut’, has dedicated her life to sharing the beauty of space and ocean. Stott received her B.S. degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and an M.S. degree in Engineering Management from the University of Central Florida. She joined NASA as Operations Engineer in the Orbiter Processing Facility at Kennedy Space Center. During her tenure in Kenney Space Centre, she had completed two spaceflights, first in 2009 where she performed a spacewalk for six hours and thirty-nine minutes and the second spaceflight in 2011 when she was a crew member of the space shuttle, STS-133. She was one of the crew members on the NEEMO 9 mission where she worked for 18 days on the Aquarius undersea research habitat. Stott participated in the first NASA Tweetup from the station. This involved the first live Twitter connection for the astronauts. After 27 years with the space agency, Stott is now a full-time artist and advocate for science, technology, engineering, math and art (STEAM) education. Nicole is also the founder of The Space Art Foundation.

Fee: Absolutely Free.
We request you to make a SPACE ART, as in you can draw or create an Artwork anything related to Space and send a picture to us. All of them will be sent to Nicole and the best ones will be shared on SSERD Social Media and The Space Ar Foundation get to ask a Question directly to Nicole.

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