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Video Chat for Students: Dawn Stanley — The Space Launch System: NASA’s Heavy Lifter

12 May 2014, 17:58 UTC
Video Chat for Students: Dawn Stanley — The Space Launch System: NASA’s Heavy Lifter
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Join Dawn Stanley May 13, 2014 as she answers questions about the agency’s Space Launch System and her journey to become a systems engineer with NASA.
During this video chat, students will have a chance to ask about the engineering design process and what it looks like at NASA. Our guest for this video chat is Dawn Stanley, a systems engineer with NASA’s Space Launch System Program Office at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. She works directly with the Space Launch System program providing day-to-day support and mission assurance. Her job gives her unique insight into the development of NASA’s new heavy-lift vehicle.
During the chat, Stanley will discuss how she became an engineer and how she got involved in developing spacecraft systems.

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