Meet NASA astronaut and Artemis team member Jasmine Mogbeli [Video]

NASA astronaut Jasmine Mogbeli. Credit: NASA / Bill Staford

NASA Astronaut Jasmine Mogbeli is a member of the Artemis team, a team of select astronomers suspected of focusing on the development and training efforts of Artemis’ missions.

Jasmine Mogbeli has been selected by NASA to join the 2017 space shuttle nominee. She In August 2017, she reported on probation and completed a two-year training as a space explorer. A native of New York, he earned a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in information technology and a master’s degree in aerospace engineering at the Navy Graduate School. The AH-1W Super Cobra pilot and Marine Corps pilot pilot Mogbeli has 2,000 flight hours on more than 150 combat missions and more than 25 different aircraft. She is a graduate of the American Navy Pilot School at the Pattice River MDA.

Through the Artemis program NASA and a coalition of international partners, they return to the moon to learn how to live in a world that benefits everyone. In Artemis’ missions, NASA will send the first woman and the next man to the moon once a year in 2024 and beyond.

With the help of humans and robots, we explore the moon more than ever. To guide the planet’s exploration of life-changing science, to test the moon and even more resources, to experiment with technology, and to learn how to build and sustain a distant human being.

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