Women in Nuclear – August 19, 2020
Can you imagine watching a news broadcast of humans taking their first steps on Mars? Such a wild idea may be in our future! NASA continues to advance technologies for exploring our galaxy each and every day. This is no simple feat, but it wouldn’t be possible without nuclear. Please join us for a FREE webinar on August 19, 2020 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm to learn more. In the articles linked below, you can learn more about this fascinating and ground breaking work.
The latest NASA mission launched on July 30, sending the newest nuclear-powered rover, Perseverance, destined for Mars. Deep space missions could become a reality, with ongoing research diving into the potential of nuclear thermal propulsion which offers a unique advantage for powering astronaut missions. Our speakers will highlight key industry projects and innovations working toward these impressive space goals. This webinar, organized by DC WIN, will take you to the stars and explore the important role nuclear plays in the aerospace industry. To infinity and beyond!
Kelsa Palomares, Senior Nuclear Engineer, Analytical Mechanics Associates
Kelly Lively, Radioisotope Power Systems Program Manager, Idaho National Lab
Please email our Jessica Aho at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you will be sent a calendar invite with the Zoom link included. There is no fee associated with this event.
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