Paths Through Science: Drew Feustel, Geophysicist and Astronaut





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Published on Feb 15, 2018

Meet Drew Feustel, a geophysicist and NASA astronaut. Drew is a seasoned astronaut with a Ph.D. in geological sciences who will serve as a flight engineer for the International Space Station’s Expedition 55 and commander for its Expedition 56. Drew will launch in March 2018. In this Paths Through Science video, Drew discusses the path that brought him from working into auto restoration in Detroit, Michigan, to commanding the International Space Station, and offers his tips for reaching your dream job.

You can find more of the American Geophysical Union’s profiles of geoscience professionals at our Paths Through Science homepage: http://careers.agu.org/paths/

Video Produced by AGU
Images and video provided by NASA.
Special thanks to Johnson Space Center Public Affairs and Video Production team.

Music: "The Third Two Men Blues"
by Stefan Kartenberg
2016 - Licensed under
Creative Commons
Attribution Noncommercial (3.0)


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