October 21, 2021

Central Florida Roundup

NASA manager outlines the agency's goals for deep space

Amy Keller | 9/28/2021

Jenny Lyons recalls watching a space shuttle launch on TV with her father when she was in high school and being puzzled by scenes from the launch control center. “Why do you suppose there aren’t any women there in the firing room?” she asked her father. “He said, ‘I don’t know. Why don’t you go do something about that?’ He just laid that challenge out there,” she says.

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