ISS Webcast Celebrates National Engineers Week
Space Station Today Webcast
Ask a Question, February 26, 2004 @ 12:00 p.m. CST
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International Space Station
The next Space Station Today will celebrate National Engineers Week with a live webcast highlighting astronaut training. High school students around the world will get an inside look at how NASA prepares astronauts for life onboard the International Space Station. The live webcast hosted by NASA's Digital Learning Network is scheduled for Thursday, February 26, 2004, from noon - 1 p.m. CST. The program will originate from Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, and feature live discussions and opportunities to ask questions of NASA Astronaut Trainer, Mark Sonoda. The program will also include a special visit from veteran Astronaut and NASA Engineer Dr. Bonnie Dunbar!


Bonnie Dunbar
Bonnie Dunbar

    Bonnie Dunbar
    Bonnie Dunbar is currently the Deputy Associate Director, Biological Sciences and Applications at Johnson Space Center.

Mark Sonoda
Mark Sonoda

    Mark Sonoda
    Astronaut Trainer Mark Sonoda has 13 years of NASA experience. He is currently a certified ISS Capsule Communicator (CAPCOM).

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