An Afternoon with Astronaut Stephanie Wilson
Come to the museum January 20, Martin Luther King Day, to meet NASA astronaut Stephanie Wilson. Wilson, the second African American woman to go into space, will be at the museum between 1-3pm and will be sharing her experiences with guests and signing autographs. This is a free event but please call the museum for more details and to RSVP.
Selected by NASA in 1996, Stephanie has been on three shuttle missions, STS-121, STS-120 and STS-131. She has served as the flight engineer, load master, primary robotic arm operator and has logged more than 42 days in space. She has also served as the Space Station Integration Branch Chief.
Pictured clockwise (from left) STS-131 Mission Specialists Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger, Naoko Yamazaki, Stephanie Wilson & Exp. 23 Flight Eng. Tracy Caldwell-Dyson.
This event is free and open to the public, however please call the museum to RSVP or for more information at 216-623-1111.
In case of inclement weather that day, please contact the museum for updates.