Who is Anil Menon: Indian-origin physician Anil Menon, a lieutenant colonel in the US Air Force, has been selected by NASA along with nine others as an astronaut for future missions. This has been announced by the US Space Agency. Anil Menon is 45 years old. She was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota by Ukrainian and Indian parents. Menon was SpaceX’s first flight surgeon, helping with the company’s first mission to launch humans into space during NASA’s SpaceX Demo-2 mission, and a medical organization to support the human system during future missions. constructed.
The space agency ‘National Aeronautics and Space Administration’ (NASA) said in a statement on Monday that it selected 10 new astronauts, half of whom are military pilots. NASA told about these six men and four women selected during a ceremony in Houston. Houston is the center of ‘Mission Control and Astronaut Corps’. For this more than 12 thousand people had applied. The selected 10 people, aged between 30 and 40 years, will be given training for the first two years to make them eligible to travel in ‘spaceflight’.
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson introduced members of the new class of astronauts – 2021 for the first time in four years during a December 06 event at Ellington Field near NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. “Today we are welcoming 10 new inventors, 10 new members of the Artemis generation, into NASA’s 2021 Astronaut Participation Orbiter,” Nelson said.
2 years training will start from January 2022
These participants will report on Johnson for two years of training from January 2022. These astronaut participants will be trained in five major categories. These include operating and maintaining the complex systems of the International Space Station, training for spacewalks, developing complex robotics skills, safely operating the T-38 training jet and Russian language skills.
Menon has served as a Crew Flight Surgeon
Menon previously served NASA as a crew flight surgeon for various missions that took astronauts to the International Space Station. He is an actively practicing emergency medicine specialist with fellowship training in forestry and aerospace medicine. As a physician he was part of the first response team during the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the 2015 earthquake in Nepal and the 2011 Reno Air Show crash.
In the Air Force, Menon served as a Flight Surgeon in the 45th Space Wing and 173rd Fighter Wing, where he made over 100 flights in an F-15 fighter jet and handled over 100 patients as part of the Critical Care Air Transport Team. Taken treatment.
In July, aeronautical engineer Sirisha Bandla became the third woman of Indian origin to fly in space after Kalpana Chawla and Sunita Williams. Wing Commander Rakesh Sharma is the only Indian citizen to travel in space. The former pilot of the Indian Air Force flew on a Soyuz T-11 on 03 April 1984 as part of the Soviet Intercosmos programme.
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