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Astronaut Application Deadline Nears

Credit: NASA

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Time is running out for a job that’s out of this world.

Thursday is the last day to submit an application to become a NASA astronaut.

To be considered, applicants need a degree in science, engineering or educations… along with three years experience or at least one-thousand hours of flight time.

Chris Hatfield  is a science educator and applied for the job.

“I decided why not, why not try to give this dream a chance and see if I can, I can be one of the few who’s been able to fly in space,” said Hatfield.

NASA has accepted applications online since December. Finalist will be announce in 2017.


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