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NASA Flight Engineer
Transcript of NASA Flight Engineer
Are there any restrictions to be a NASA Flight Engineer or go to space?
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in engineering, biological science, physical science, or mathematics. Degree must be followed by at least three years of related, progressively responsible, professional experience. An advanced degree is desirable and may be substituted for part or all of the experience requirement (master's degree = 1 year of experience, doctoral degree = 3 years of experience). Quality of academic preparation is important.
2. Ability to pass a NASA space physical, which is similar to a military or civilian flight physical and includes the following specific standards:
Distance visual acuity: 20/200 or better uncorrected, correctable to 20/20, each eye.
Blood pressure: 140/90 measured in a sitting position.
3. Height between 58.5 and 76 inches.
What kind of training do you need to be a NASA Flight Engineer?
Several years of training internationally
NASA Flight Engineer - Cady Coleman