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Kathryn C. Thornton

Kathryn Thornton

Kathryn C. Thornton was “selected by NASA in May 1984, Thornton is a veteran of four space flights: STS-33 in 1989, STS-49 in 1992, STS-61 in 1993, and STS-73 in 1995. She has logged over 975 hours in space, including more than 21 hours of extravehicular activity (EVA).” Astronaut Kathryn Thornton, Emerita Professor of Engineering and Academic Dean of Semester-at-Sea, 2013 will be discussing Old Space, New Space! Who are the players? “Dr. Thornton is the recipient of numerous awards, including NASA Space Flight Medals, the Explorer Club Lowell Thomas Award, the National Astronautics Association Robert J. Collier Trophy, the Freedom Foundation Freedom Spirit Award, and the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement. She was inducted into the Astronaut Hall of Fame in 2010.”

RFA webinar | Monday, November 9, 2020 
Location: Via Zoom, watch recorded video here