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  • Robert L. Behnken, Colonel USAF-Active NASA Astronaut: Robert L. Behnken was selected as an astronaut in 2000 and is a veteran of two space flights. He is currently assigned to train to fly the initial test flights for America’s first commercially built spacecraft, and is one of four astronauts selected to fly aboard the Boeing CST-100 Starliner or SpaceX Dragon. He and his crewmates are working with the commercial providers to develop their spacecraft systems, which will eventually provide crew transportation services to the International Space Station. The test flights are scheduled for 2017. Behnken has flown on STS-123 and STS-130, logging more than 708 hours in space.
     
  • Tony Castilleja, Jr provides a great insight into controlling and docking the CST-100 as it approaches the International Space Station (ISS). Tony represents the entire portfolio of Space Exploration Division in Business Development where he will not only use his engineering background toward growing the business but also enable the next generation of human spaceflight through safe, innovative, and transformational systems for transportation beyond gravity. Tony Castilleja, Jr was also involved with wind tunnel testing technical support for the CST-100 model at NASA Ames where he conducted CST-100 Mass Properties Analysis in support of the Preliminary Design Review to identify spacecraft updates and achieve on-time delivery of the Mass Properties Report which exceeded NASA customer expectations.

     

  • “Mercury is a planet in the Earth’s solar system. It is the smallest of the eight planets. Mercury is a little bigger than Earth's moon. It is made of heavier materials, like iron. But if you could weigh Mercury and the Moon, Mercury would weigh a lot more. Mercury is heavy, but it is small.

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GMCStream is an American Internet media company based in Mountain View, California. The company is a social media news and information company with a directed focus on digital broadband media. GMCStream researches, analyzes, and highlights MILCOMM problems and solutions that may affect Global National Security. GMCStream was founded by Richard Kusiolek, an expert in Satellite Communications, cyber security, defense, and aerospace with private sector experience and expertise in international business development and strategy, particularly in China, Japan, and Eastern Europe. The company is growing organically into a specialized niche media and technology company providing streaming video coverage on a variety of topics including politics, space and missile systems, cyber-warfare, defense networks. STEM career webinars, and planet exploration.

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