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Two-time Carolina alumna graduates from NASA astronaut basic training


Zena Cardman (class of UNC 2010, 2014, M.S.) is one step closer to outer space. Cardman concluded more than two years of training at a graduation ceremony at Johnson Space Center on Jan. 10. She is now eligible for spaceflight, including assignments to the International Space Station, missions to the moon and, potentially, missions to Mars. (UNC.edu)

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