During a televised presentation to NASA employees, on May 25 from NASA Headquarters, Deputy Administrator Dava Newman and retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly reflected on Kelly’s historic one-year mission aboard the International Space Station, which he and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko completed in March. The event featured video highlights from the mission and Q&A with employees watching at NASA centers around the country. During the longest-ever mission on the station, Kelly and Kornienko collected critical biomedical and psychological data researchers hope will help support deep space missions, including NASA’s Journey to Mars. Also, Expedition 48/49 Training for ISS Mission, OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft Arrives at Kennedy Space Center, Webb Telescope’s Science Instruments Installed, NASA Glenn’s 75th Anniversary, and NASA TV Going Full HD on June 1, 2016!
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