Tuesday, June 5, 2012

"Space U" Comes to the Space Coast

Click the arrow to watch the Florida Today video. You may be subjected to an ad first.

We always knew the future of humanity was here in the Space Coast.

Another example of that is the current gathering of the best and the brightest, at Florida Tech in Melbourne.

The International Space University chose FIT to host its 25th annual Space Studies Program.

The course began yesterday with introductory remarks by NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver. Kennedy Space Center Director Robert Cabana was in attendance. One of the lecturers is space policy analyst John Logsdon, author of John F. Kennedy and the Race to the Moon.

Florida Today has posted two article on the opening of this program:

"Science Stars to Shine as Space U Program Opens Today at FIT"

"Space U 'A Natural Fit'"

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