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Jeannette P. Owens
Media Relations Office
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Jeannette.P.Owens@nasa.gov
June 12, 2009
 
RELEASE : 09-023
 
 
Glenn's Visitor Center Hosts Dress for Success
 
 
CLEVELAND -- NASA's Glenn Research Center invites visitors to learn about how astronauts walk in space when David Foltz, an extravehicular flight manager with NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, presents "Walking above Cloud Nine."

The free public presentation will take place Saturday, June 20, at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. at Glenn's Visitor Center. Foltz is a native of North Olmsted, Ohio.

Visitors will see a real spacesuit and learn about planning and conducting spacewalks as well as the research behind the development of a new spacesuit that will be used to explore the moon and Mars.

Everyone attending this special event can take home a digital photograph from the "Picture Yourself in Space" photo booth. For kids, there will be quick craft activities.

The public is welcome to spend time in the several galleries of the Visitor Center before or after the presentations. Admission to the Visitor Center is free. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and holidays, and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

The Visitor Center is located at 21000 Brookpark Road. It is wheelchair accessible. All adult visitors must present government-issued identification upon entering the research center's main gate. Access to the Visitor Center is limited to U.S. citizens, and all vehicles are subject to inspection.

For further information about Glenn's Visitor Center and these events, call 216-433-2000, or visit:

http://visit.grc.nasa.gov



 

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