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NASA's new astronauts could one day blast off to Mars

Sharon Gaudin | June 18, 2013
Four women, four men chosen out of 6,100 applicants to go to asteroid, space station

Victor J. Glover, 37, of Pomona, Calif. and Prosper, Texas, a Lt. Commander with the U.S. Navy. He currently serves as a Navy Legislative Fellow in the U.S. Congress.

Tyler N. Hague, 37, of Hoxie, Kan., who is a Lt. Colonel with the U.S. Air Force. Hague is supporting the Department of Defense as deputy chief of the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization.

Christina M. Hammock, 34, of Jacksonville, N.C., who serves as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Station Chief in American Samoa.

Nicole Aunapu Mann, 35, from Penngrove, Calif., who is a Major in the U.S. Marine Corps. Mann is an F/A 18 pilot, currently serving as an Integrated Product Team Lead at the U.S. Naval Air Station.

Anne C. McClain, 34, originally from Spokane, Wash., who is a Major with the U.S. Army. She is an OH-58 helicopter pilot, and a recent graduate of U.S. Naval Test Pilot School at Naval Air Station.

Jessica U. Meir, Ph.D., 35, who is from Caribou, Maine. She is an Assistant Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, in Boston.

Andrew R. Morgan, an M.D., 37, from New Castle, Penn., who is a Major with the U.S. Army. He has experience as an emergency physician and flight surgeon for the Army special operations community, and currently is completing a sports medicine fellowship.

 

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