Skip to Content

Search: {{$root.lsaSearchQuery.q}}, Page {{$}}

Saturday Morning Physics | Life and Research on the International Space Station: What We Accomplished During Expedition 68 and What’s Next

Family Friendly Event with Josh A. Cassada – (Captain, U.S. Navy, Ph.D.) NASA Astronaut
Saturday, October 7, 2023
10:30-11:30 AM
1420 Central Campus Classroom Building Map
As a follow-up to January’s live event from the International Space Station (ISS), NASA Astronaut Josh Cassada will present an overview of his crew’s recent mission, including results from on-board experiments as well as technology demonstrations. Captain Cassada and the rest of NASA’s Crew-5 lived and worked aboard – and, at times, on the outside of – the ISS for 157 days between October 2022 and March 2023. This SMP event will also include a look toward future missions and time for a question-and-answer session.

The event will be in-person and also live-streamed on YouTube:

Only this SMP event will be located in a different venue: 1420 Central Campus Classroom Bldg., 1225 Geddes, Ann Arbor, MI
Building: Central Campus Classroom Building
Event Type: Presentation
Tags: Aerospace, aerospace engineering, Astronomy, astrophysics, Biology, Civil and Environmental Engineering, College Of Engineering, Complex Systems, Faculty, Family, Free, Graduate, Graduate and Professional Students, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Michigan Engineering, Prospective Undergraduate Students, Space, Staff, Transfer Students, Undergrad Physics Events
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Saturday Morning Physics, The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Department of Astronomy, Department of Physics, Aerospace Engineering, The Center for the Study of Complex Systems, Museum of Natural History, LSA AEM, Applied Physics, LSA Biophysics, Astronomy Colloquia, Planetarium & Dome Theater at the Museum of Natural History, Undergrad Physics Events, LSA Research Office