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Former Astronaut and His AMA on Reddit

Former Astronaut and His AMA on Reddit

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Photo of Dr. Reilly, courtesy of ExploreSpaceKSC http://bit.ly/14KfBnG
Photo of Dr. Reilly, courtesy of ExploreSpaceKSC http://bit.ly/14KfBnG

Dr. James Reilly (JR)  held an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit on June 26 and answered questions about his experience on the International Space Station, how NASA follows up on astronauts post-missions, what it was like to see Earth from space, and what zero gravity felt like.

JR has a list of accolades: retired NASA shuttle astronaut with three shuttle mission and five spacewalks under his belt, former Dean of School of Science and Technology at APUS, current Associate VP, Strategic Relations for STEM Programs at APUS, and now Reddit AMA star!

Check out JR’s intriguing AMA.

By Online Learning Tips Staff

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