#ICYMI We're celebrating #WomeninScience! Hear from women around the world as they share inspiration from their work in #science and space. Watch below, or on Instagram. https://t.co/8OFgWtLOQV pic.twitter.com/FMWzWPPpVy
— ISS Research (@ISS_Research) February 11, 2018
With the national conversation around women in science these days, Rachel Barry, the Managing Editor for International Space Station Science Communications at Nasa though it would be a great idea to feature female researchers from around various NASA centers.
Along with videographer Nicole Rose, Barry worked with these NASA centers for the video features: Ames Research Center in Northern California, Johnson Space Center in Texas, Goddard Spaceflight Center in Maryland, Kennedy Space Center in Florida as well as one researcher who happened to be in Antartica.
The end result is this fantastic video that helps to inspire kids to see what types of jobs are out there for women in science.
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