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Former NASA astronaut to interact with students

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GUWAHATI, April 23 � The NPS International School is organising a video conference for its students with legendary NASA astronaut Dr Jim Reilly, who is an institution by himself as far as space research and space exploration are concerned, on April 27, a press release informed.

Dr Reilly has been a part of three shuttle missions of NASA and has the experience of spending 850 hours in space. His achievements have brought him the glory of being bestowed with the title of Seventh Honorary US Marshal, an honour deemed as prestigious as the Padma awards in our country.

However, his importance lies in many other aspects than just being a forerunner in the human dream of exploring the space and its horizon. He is a visionary who wishes to see human footfall on Mars. He has been a spokesperson for space exploration around the world.

In this live discussion with the students of NPS, Dr Jim Reilly will be discussing how the human examination is more verifiable than a robotic examination of the Red planet. In his one-and-a-half-hour presentation, he will relate to students the vision that helped him become an astronaut at NASA, his journey as an astronaut, and how students could become an astronaut by following his path.

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Former NASA astronaut to interact with students

GUWAHATI, April 23 � The NPS International School is organising a video conference for its students with legendary NASA astronaut Dr Jim Reilly, who is an institution by himself as far as space research and space exploration are concerned, on April 27, a press release informed.

Dr Reilly has been a part of three shuttle missions of NASA and has the experience of spending 850 hours in space. His achievements have brought him the glory of being bestowed with the title of Seventh Honorary US Marshal, an honour deemed as prestigious as the Padma awards in our country.

However, his importance lies in many other aspects than just being a forerunner in the human dream of exploring the space and its horizon. He is a visionary who wishes to see human footfall on Mars. He has been a spokesperson for space exploration around the world.

In this live discussion with the students of NPS, Dr Jim Reilly will be discussing how the human examination is more verifiable than a robotic examination of the Red planet. In his one-and-a-half-hour presentation, he will relate to students the vision that helped him become an astronaut at NASA, his journey as an astronaut, and how students could become an astronaut by following his path.