OT: Astronaut to give lecture in Wellington, New Zealand

From: Robert Holdsworth (robbonz1@xtra.co.nz)
Date: Wed Apr 16 2008 - 09:00:45 UTC

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    Nicole Passano Scott who is preparing to join the ISS crew in 2009 will be 
    speaking at "Te Papa" our national museum in Wellington, New Zealand at 1830 
    hours our time.
    She is listed as prime crew for Expedition 19 which will be the first 
    six-person ISS crew.
    Details of her lecture here:
    Although the event is under the auspices of "Friends of Te Papa" which is a 
    subscribed group I have checked that the event is open to all.
    I would recommend getting there early to be sure of obtaining seating.
    At this stage there seems to be no indication of a webcast, however I guess 
    it is possible it could be made into  a podcast- I will make further 
    enquiries about these possibilities. (A totally OT aside, you can hear me 
    ask a question of a speaker in one of the other totally unrelated podcasts 
    at the Te Papa website- clue, I had a whale of a time :-)
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