Penn State graduate student Zena Cardman is a newly minted NASA pick. She is among 12 new astronauts joining the existing corps of 44 NASA astronauts.
Penn State graduate student Zena Cardman is a newly minted NASA pick. She is among 12 new astronauts joining the existing corps of 44 NASA astronauts. Photo provided
Penn State graduate student Zena Cardman is a newly minted NASA pick. She is among 12 new astronauts joining the existing corps of 44 NASA astronauts. Photo provided

Penn State doctoral student among 12 selected for NASA astronaut program

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