Sinaloa to have the first aerospace lab in Mexico

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By Staff January 10, 2019 18:27

Sinaloa to have the first aerospace lab in Mexico

The first aerospace lab in Mexico will be located in Culiacan, announced Eduardo Guizar, Industrial engineer and former collaborator of NASA.

“Mexico can be the driver for many foreign and local Companies to develop and launch space rockets and perform space investigation with less bureaucracy than in the USA.” said Guizar.

Eduardo Guizar received recognition from California’s Congress for his participation in the NASA project “Curiosity of Mars Research”.

The Space Lab will be named after the first American astronaut of Mexican origin, Jose Hernandez Moreno, who had his first expedition of the space mission STS-128 and his collaboration in 1990 with the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory to help develop a device for early detection of breast cancer.

The Space Laboratory will be hold workshops for kindergarten kids to university students. The Government of Sinaloa authorized the project which will be located at a former laboratory.

Staff
By Staff January 10, 2019 18:27
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