My Year in Space

October 5, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Bilger 152 Add to Calendar

Colonel Mike Fincke, USAF (ret) is a spaceflight veteran with over 381 days in space and 9 spacewalks. He will share some of his adventures in space including what daily life is aboard the International Space Station (ISS) as well as some of the groundbreaking science that has been produced on the ISS. Currently waiting for his next flight, Colonel Fincke is the lead Astronaut for the United States’ next two space ships that will take crew to the ISS, Space-X’s Dragon and Boeing’s Starliner. He will share updates on the development of those spacecraft as well as NASA’s plans to fly beyond Low Earth Orbit with NASA’s new Orion spacecraft.

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Physics and Astronomy, Mānoa Campus

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