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An Astronaut at AUT

16 Oct 2013

Marsha IvinsNo need to see the movie Gravity, you can hear from the real deal!

Marsha will be presenting Space flights: past, present and future, about the history of space flights and her personal experiences of being an astronaut.

The event is free, and will provide exciting insights, thanks to Marsha’s knowledge and expertise, gained over her 37 year career in the industry.

There will be a Q and A after her presentation.

The event is on Thursday October 17, 5.30pm until 7pm, in AUT’s Sir Paul Reeves Building, Room WG 126 on the City Campus.

Last updated: 16 Oct 2013 2:30pm

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