I copied this from the DEN National Blog:
Wow! We have another great addition
to tomorrow’s webinar that you and your students will definitely love.
Allan Butler, Producer for The Science Channel, will now be joined by
astronaut Ken Reightler.
Ken is currently Vice President and
Program Manager for Lockheed Martin Space Operations in Houston, Texas,
a part of the Technology Services business area. He is responsible for
the Science, Engineering, Analysis, and Test (SEAT) Operation which
employs over 2000 employees in support of NASA at the Johnson Space
Center, and other space related customers.
Ken was commissioned as a naval officer in 1973. Upon receiving
his "Wings of Gold" in 1974, he began a series of diverse aviation
assignments including duty aboard aircraft carriers and flight
testing. In 1987, he was selected by NASA for the astronaut program
and began an eight-year assignment at the Johnson Space Center. He
held a wide variety of technical assignments and participated as pilot
on two space shuttle flights.
Ken graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1973 with a BS in
Aerospace Engineering. He earned an MS in Aeronautical Engineering
from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in 1984. In the same year, he
also completed the requirements for an MS in Systems Management from
the University of Southern California.
Please submit your questions to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) in advance.