“Meet a NASA Engineer” — Charis Krysher
The fourth of our opportunities for ANGLeS teams to Meet a NASA Engineer will take place on Wednesday, May 22! We’re pleased to be joined by Charis Krysher, a Johnson Space Center astromaterials curation processor who works with Apollo lunar rocks and meteorites. Six Apollo missions landed humans on the surface of the Moon. These astronauts explored the surface of the Moon and collectively collected 382 kg (842 pounds) of lunar rocks, soils, and core samples. Learn details about these six Apollo missions to the lunar surface, how crews collected these precious lunar samples, the initial lunar receiving laboratory where the Apollo astronauts and samples were quarantined, and see where these samples are currently curated by NASA. There will be a Q&A period after Charis’s presentation.
You can join us three ways:
1) The meeting will be an online live meeting using zoom. To access both audio and video, join the meeting using this link: https://washington.zoom.us/j/638635144 We recommend taking a few minutes prior to the meeting time to set up Zoom so that you don’t miss the first few minutes of the chat!
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