click OAKWOOD, Ohio—Bobak Ferdowsi, the NASA engineer popularly known as “Mohawk Guy,” is scheduled to visit the birthplace of aviation and give two free, public presentations Dec. 12-13.source
source url Ferdowsi’s first presentation is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 12 at Oakwood High School, 1200 Far Hills Ave. On Saturday, Dec. 13, he’s to speak at 2 p.m. at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.see url
http://blaupunkt.com/?CLICK-WIN=gratis-iphone-6s-%2B&f39=3e The presentations, titled “Mars & Beyond: Curiosity and the Future of NASA,” are free and open to the public. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. The Oakwood Schools Foundation is funding his visit.http://www.openmind-tech.com/en.html/?CLICKWIN=iphone-6s-%2B-gewinnen&414=09
http://www.museedelagrandeguerre.eu/?WEBCAMS=local-kik-groups Ferdowsi was a member of the NASA flight team at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California that guided the Mars Curiosity Rover to a successful landing in 2012. Many scientists and engineers shared credit for the risky, high-profile landing, but Ferdowsi’s stars-and-stripes, Mohawk-style haircut stood out in the mission control room and rocketed him to celebrity.
iphone 7 plus ratenkauf ohne vertrag His fame spread rapidly in social media and helped draw more attention to the mission. President Obama even noted Ferdowsi’s popularity in a phone call to JPL, saying, the famously nerdy NASA engineers “are a little cooler than you used to be.” Later, the White House invited Ferdowsi to sit with First Lady Michele Obama during the president’s 2013 State of the Union address.
http://www.openmind-tech.com/de.html/?CLICKWIN=iphone-6s-umsonst&c3e=bb Prior to the Mars mission, Ferdowsi was a science planning engineer for the Cassini mission at Saturn. Both missions have a Dayton connection: the spacecraft are powered by Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generators (RTG)s, a nuclear power technology invented at the former Department of Energy Mound plant in Miamisburg.
http://www.lcd-module.com/?cams=cam-44 Ferdowsi is currently a member of the mission engineering team on the Europa Clipper Study at JPL.