Bethlehem Press

Wednesday, December 11, 2019
PRESS PHOTOS COURTESY ST. ANNE SCHOOLFormer NASA Astronaut Terry Hart is currently on the Mechanical Engineering faculty of Lehigh University. He shared his experiences as an astronaut on the 1984 NASA Challenger Space Shuttle Mission.The crew of this mission were the first to repair a satellite from the Space Shuttle. He presented a history of aviation and the space program that included video PRESS PHOTOS COURTESY ST. ANNE SCHOOLFormer NASA Astronaut Terry Hart is currently on the Mechanical Engineering faculty of Lehigh University. He shared his experiences as an astronaut on the 1984 NASA Challenger Space Shuttle Mission.The crew of this mission were the first to repair a satellite from the Space Shuttle. He presented a history of aviation and the space program that included video
Karen Bentz, St. Anne School principal, makes a presentation on behalf of the school to former NASA Astronaut Terry Hart. He was presented with a framed “American Hero Award” thanking him for his service, and a “reach for the stars’ space themed school marathon day t-shirt. Karen Bentz, St. Anne School principal, makes a presentation on behalf of the school to former NASA Astronaut Terry Hart. He was presented with a framed “American Hero Award” thanking him for his service, and a “reach for the stars’ space themed school marathon day t-shirt.
Former astronaut Terry Hart poses for a photo by the St. Anne School rocket and Astronaut Display. The school display is part of the school-wide annual theme depicting Space Exploration. Mr. Hart presented the school with a signed photo of NJ, New York and Pennsylvania taken 160 nautical miles above earth by the crew of the Space Shuttle Columbia. He marked the location of St. Anne School. Former astronaut Terry Hart poses for a photo by the St. Anne School rocket and Astronaut Display. The school display is part of the school-wide annual theme depicting Space Exploration. Mr. Hart presented the school with a signed photo of NJ, New York and Pennsylvania taken 160 nautical miles above earth by the crew of the Space Shuttle Columbia. He marked the location of St. Anne School.
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