Upcoming Live Web Chat with Boeing SLS Engineer Myron Fletcher and Astronaut Abby

On January 11, 2017 we will be hosting a live web chat with host, Astronaut Abby, founder of The Mars Generation and TMG board member Myron Fletcher, Boeing Rocket Propulsion Engineer. Scroll to bottom of the post to learn more about Myron’s impressive career.

You watch the live event here from 2:00pm-3:00pm ET January 11, 2017.

And if you are a member of The Mars Generation you can sign up for a chance to win a slot as one of the additional guests of the chat. Members can also submit questions to be asked during the chat on the sign up form. This is a members only benefit. To learn about membership and sign up please click here. 

If you are chosen you will join this live Google Hangout and be able to ask questions to Myron and Abby directly. This is one of he benefits of becoming a member. It’s not too late to sing up for a membership today and put your name in this drawing. Click here for more information.

If you are a TMG member you can sign up for a chance to be part of this chat here. Deadline for signing up is midnight ET January 9, 2017.

About Myron Fletcher, Boeing Rocket Propulsion Engineer

Myron is a Boeing early career employee from Tuskegee University who holds a Bachelors of Science in Aerospace Science Engineering with a Minor in Physics (2013).  He was selected for his passion for human space exploration, and ambitious research projects already under his belt during internships and assistantships. As a student, he worked on the fabrication of carbon/epoxy, developed simulations to model solar sail trajectories and control systems for deep space missions, performed wind tunnel tests on how different shapes affected drag, studied development of a biodegradable rocket for a NASA standard payload, and researched and designed a useable UAV for scientific research. At Boeing he now uses those experiences as a rocket design and propulsion engineer. Myron is responsible for the design and development of the Debris Screen A.K.A “debris catcher” for the Boeing Space Launch System core stage propulsion team and the Propellant Feed Filter and Hydrazine Filter for the Exploration Upper Stage – which are all critical components of the systems. Myron is also pursuing his Master of Science Engineering Management Degree from Duke.



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