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International Destination Station Informational Material Is Now Online

Status Report From: Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS)
Posted: Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Thank you for registering and attending our first virtual International Destination Station on Wednesday, October 14. We were humbled by the questions and comments from our audience. If you have any questions that were not answered during the event, please email me at speiffer@ISSNationalLab.org, and I would be happy to answer them now.

 

In the coming days, we will be sending a survey to everyone who registered for the event. Even if you were unable to attend, we would greatly appreciate you taking a few minutes to answer the survey questions. This will help us improve the experience for our next Destination Station event in March 2021. If you did miss the event, we will be posting the recorded presentation on the NASA Destination Station webpage next week. 

 

If you are interested in submitting a proposal to the ISS National Lab, I’d be happy to assist you in completing the attached Concept Summary form as the first step in applying to send research to the space station.

 

Thank you again for registering and attending the International Destination Station event.

 

Dream UP!

 

Additional Resources

 

Shaun Peiffer

Commercial Innovation Leader

INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION

U.S. NATIONAL LABORATORY

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