Sunday, May 28, 2006

"From Sea to Space" Symposium

Michael A. Zinszer, Director, Advanced Science Diving Program, Florida State University - Panama City writes to tell us about a free symposium that many of you would be very interested in attending. See below.


FSU at Panama City Florida Presents
A symposium discussing how ocean research is helping the
advancement of space exploration


FREE and open to the public!
Thursday, June 15
2 p.m. - 6 p.m.
FSU Panama City Auditorium

Please call 522-2097 for more information

Please call 522-2090 to RSVP
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Lt. Cmdr. Joseph Dituri
United States Navy
“Inner to Outer Space: A Pathway to Success”
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Bill Todd
Simulation Supervisor/Project Lead, Johnson Space Center
“The NEEMO Undersea Analog: Another Type of Deep Space Exploration”
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Phil Nuytten, Ph.D.
President and Founder, Nuytten Research Ltd.
“Use of Small Submersibles for NASA Research and Rocket Recovery”
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Michael Gernhardt, Ph.D.
NASA Astronaut/Aquanaut
Johnson Space Center
Craig Cooper
Florida Operations Director, Aquarius
“Underwater Habitats at 300 fsw: A thing of the past, or still viable today?”

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