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Today’s topic is the NASA Partial Shutdown.
But first off, I’d like to acknowledge my first one thousand subscribers on YouTube.com/Yoguely,
thank you very much!
Now let’s get started.Read More
Aida: We have a very special guest today, he is Ajay Koshti, my mentor, and world renown expert in NDE.
Aida: So, you work at NASA. Tell us a little bit about what you do here.
Behind me there is an ultrasonic tank.
Ajay: I work at Johnson Space Center here as Lead NDE Engineer.Read More
Aida: I work here at the NASA Johnson Space Center and this is my mentor Jeremy Jacobs who we have the pleasure to interview today.
Aida: So, let’s start off with the first question.
Aida: So, let’s start off with the first question. Where did you grow up in and what was it like?
Jeremy: Aww that is a great starter.Read More
Aida: I am here at the NASA Johnson Space Center and today we have with us my mentor Nate Greene who has been working on pressure vessels and some very cool stuff.
And he wants to share all about his career and how he got here and to answer some of your burning questions.
Nate: My name is Nate Greene and I am the Pressure Systems Fracture technical discipline lead at Johnson Space Center and so I work with engineering here at Johnson Space Center.
We support all different kinds of programs, from the smallest program all the way to the deep space exploration.Read More