Date: November 20th, 2012
Title: A Look at NASA’s Future Through an Astronaut’s Eyes
Podcaster: Nancy Atkinson with NASA astronaut Dr. Yvonne Cagle
Organization: NASA Lunar Science Institute (NLSI)
Description: While at the NLSI 2011 Lunar Forum, NASA astronaut Dr. Yvonne Cagle talked with Nancy Atkinson about NASA’s future, the challenges of doing medical procedures in zero-g and more.
Bio: The NLSI brings together leading lunar scientists from around the world to further NASA lunar science and exploration.
Yvonne Cagle is a medical doctor and a NASA Astronaut. Her biography can be found here: http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/Bios/htmlbios/cagle.html
Nancy Atkinson is a science journalist and is the Senior Editor for Universe Today.
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