Author Topic: ASCAN and Unassigned Astronaut training info and activities  (Read 100494 times)


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« Last Edit: 09/12/2022 05:30 pm by ddspaceman »




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Had a great start today in Geology training! We got to hold and interact with moon rocks and meteorites while learning how critical it is to report detailed, descriptive findings throughout our exploratory observations. More details to come!

https://twitter.com/Astro_AndreD/status/1569507165550829569




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Re: ASCAN and Unassigned Astronaut training info and activities
« Reply #472 on: 09/17/2022 03:01 am »
...that's kind of a hint about Artemis III.
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GT: I like spending time with people who let me see the world through different eyes. Here you can find out what a 24 km large meteorite crater in Germany has to do with astronaut training for the Moon & Mars and why this is so important for us 👉 https://bit.ly/3LzX1uv #PANGAEA

https://twitter.com/Astro_Alex/status/1572521271518466048

« Last Edit: 09/21/2022 01:49 pm by ddspaceman »


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Did not know André Douglas was involved with DART. 

https://twitter.com/Astro_AndreD/status/1574931543033671687

« Last Edit: 09/28/2022 02:19 am by ddspaceman »

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