From the 2nd to the 31st of march, extend the period in which the U.s. Space Agency (NASA) to find men and women who want to be a part of their expeditions Artemis that has as central objective to go to the Moon and make a trip manned to Mars.
This selection which started in 1960 has already been selected along the history to 350 people, being 48 they have finally gone beyond the land borders.
“We’re celebrating our twentieth year of continuous presence on board the International Space Station in low-earth orbit this year, and we are about to send the first woman and the next man to the Moon in 2024,” said the manager of NASA’s Jim Bridenstine.
“For the handful of men and women highly talented that we hire to join our diverse astronaut corps, is an incredible moment in human space flight to be an astronaut. We are asking all americans eligible if they have what it takes to submit a request to as of march 2,” added Bridestine.
Requirements of the NASA to go to the Moon
NASA therefore published what are the requirements for entries:
- Two years (36 semester hours or 54 quarter hours) of work to obtain a Ph.D. program in a related field of science, technology, engineering or mathematics;
- A doctor of medicine or doctor of osteopathic medicine;
- Completion (or current enrollment that will result in the completion in June of 2021) of a school program pilot test recognized at a national level.
- The candidate must also have at least two years of related work experience, progressively responsible, or at least 1,000 hours of pilot-in-command in a jet aircraft. The candidate astronauts must pass the physical examination of space flight and long-duration NASA.
- Americans may submit an application for #BeAnAstronaut in: www.usajobs.gov
- As part of the application process, the applicants, for the first time, you should perform an online assessment that will require up to two hours to complete.
How to follow the process if you are selected
- After completing the training, the new astronauts could be launched in rockets and american space ships developed for the Program of crew-commercial NASA to live and work aboard the International Space Station, 250 miles above the Earth.
- Can also be launched in the powerful new rocket Launch System NASA’s Space and in the spaceship Orion, docking the spacecraft in the Gateway in lunar orbit prior to bringing a new system of human landing on the surface of the Moon.
- After return humans to the Moon by 2024, NASA plans to establish a lunar exploration sustainable by 2028. Gain new experiences on and around the Moon will prepare NASA to send the first humans to Mars in the mid 2030’s.
Recommendations of the editor