Astronaut Tom Jones to lecture

On Thursday, April 10 from 3-4 p.m. in CUE 203 former NASA astronaut, scientist and consultant Thomas D. Jones will present a free public lecture on his experience flying aboard the space shuttle and his three space walks.
 
Jones holds a doctorate in planetary sciences and has flown on four space shuttle missions to Earth orbit in his more than 11 years with NASA.  
 
On his last flight in 2001, Jones led three spacewalks to install the centerpiece of the International Space Station, the American Destiny laboratory. He has also spent 53 days working and living in space.

The lecture will be on April 10 from 3-4 p.m. in Smith Center (Cue 203). There will be a book signing of his most recent work *Skywalking* immediately following

 

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