NASA Congratulates Winners of YouTube Space Lab Contest

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NASA Congratulates Winners of YouTube Space Lab Contest

WASHINGTON — NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver released a following matter Thursday, Mar 22, about a proclamation of a YouTube Space Lab competition winners:

“I wish to honour a winners of a YouTube Space Lab competition for their superb proposals. we am generally unapproachable of a dual winners from a United States, Dorothy Chen and Sara Ma, and demeanour brazen to saying a formula of their experiments after they are flown and conducted on a International Space Station during Expedition 32 and 33 this summer. Earlier today, we had a possibility to pronounce with Dorothy and Sara to appreciate them for their tough work, and salute them on interest of NASA.

“As a inhabitant laboratory, a idea is to open adult a space hire to new paths for a exploration, find and mercantile growth of space. Educating and moving a subsequent era of space explorers and scientists are among a many critical things NASA can do, and these students are removing a event of a lifetime. A competition like this taps into a passion of so many people who get involved, from a only over 2,000 students who submitted proposals to everybody who voted for them, and we wish to inspire that passion and engagement.”

For information about a competition and to see a proposals from a 60 finalists, visit:

http://www.youtube.com/spacelab

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