On October 31, 2000, the Expedition 1 crew of William Shepherd (NASA), Yuri Gidzenko (Roscosmos), and Sergei Krikalev (Roscosmos) launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, bound for the International Space Station (ISS). As NASA celebrates 20 years of continuous human presence aboard the ISS in 2020, this partially U.S.-designated National Laboratory facilitates groundbreaking research in science, engineering and technology.
With the dawn of its Commercial Crew Program (CCP), NASA is now able to expand the ISS’s research capabilities towards achieving the twin goals of sending humans further into space than ever before and improving life down here on Earth. The ISS also provides a unique platform from which to inspire the next generation of explorers: the NASA Artemis generation.
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Below are comments from individuals who attended the seminar:
- "I always enjoy webinars with Anne, she is an expert, makes it interesting, and gives great resources."
- "I enjoyed that we were able to learn about ISS and the many different aspects of science related to ISS other than just space science. I found the fact that the first woman will be on the moon very soon the most interesting."
- "I loved hearing the upcoming plans for NASA. The Artemis program sounds fantastic. I also really enjoyed hearing about some of the current research going on at the ISS."
- "I really enjoyed the presenter and the subject matter, she was extremely knowledgeable and well-spoken."
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