At 3:14 p.m. (The Time of the Day), Christina Koch t
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"Growing up in Eastern North Carolina" was an interest in things like space and exploration, "Koch said. t "The ocean, obviously, is a beautiful thing in North Carolina."
According to the challenge of NASA biography, Koch studied at N.C.
"For some of the medical experiments we have got a good degree in electrical engineering."
to participate in subjects, "she said. So, we are looking for a future of mission, so that is exciting and, of course, a physicist and electrical engineer, I'm very excited t Women 's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields wore purple to. t
At PARI (Astronomical Research Institute) in Brevard, the education team is a great social organization. contribution to NASA and space exploration help the next generation
"The thing we are most excited about is not got an astronaut while, "said Tim Delisle, field studies officer to PARI. "That's all I'm going to do for one day."
PARI houses and Redstone Rocket Engineers, Katherine Johnson. 'Hidden Figures.'
Delisle hopes Koch's contributions
"One of the things we see" get ignored and a lot when you want to know, and the lot of times, the contributions of women to the world
Koch was selected by NASA in 2013 out of a list of more than 6,100 applications.