Astronaut, Speaker, Professor, Engineer, Consultant
– United States Astronaut, Retired – Flight Engineer & Science Officer, International Space Station Expeditions 17 and 18, Mission Specialist, Space Shuttle Missions STS-124 and STS-134; Logged 2 spacewalks and 198 days 18 hours and 2 minutes in Space.
– Flew on the penultimate space shuttle mission
– Filmed the first magic show in space along with Richard Garriott; Fiimed the first science-fiction move made in space “Apogee of Fear” with Yury Lonchakov, Mike Fincke and Richard Garriott
– Played Chess (Earth vs Space) with the US Chess Federation.
– Instrument Rated Pilot and SCUBA Divemaster
– Dr. Chamitoff is currently a Professor of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University and the University of Sydney, Australia.
– Publishing the first text book on Human Spaceflight Operations: Lessons Learned from 60 Years in Space, 2017.
– Created the Zero Robotics STEM competition with MIT. Middle and high school students program robots and work with astronauts on the Space Station during the final round of competition.
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