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23/08/2019
16:56
EL UNIVERSAL in English/Miranda Perea
Mexico City

Mexican Felipe Ávila accepted in NASA's Space program for the third time

Felipe Ávila Gómez is a Nanotechnology Engineering student from Jalisco that has attended NASA's International Air and Space program twice. This year, he was accepted for the third time
Felipe Ávila Gómez is a Mexican student of the seventh semester of Nanotechnology Engineering at the Tonalá University Center (CUTonalá) of the University of Guadalajara (UdeG).

This year, Felipe, who is 21 years old, was accepted for the third time in a row to participate in the NASA’s International Air and Space Program (IASP) that will take place in Huntsville, Alabama next October 27th.

The program, which is fostered by 15 countries, such as the U.S., Russia, Japan, and Germany, will gather 55 talented youths from all over the world, who will receive astronaut training, flight, and diving classes. This year, at least five Mexicans were accepted to the program.

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Mexican student accepted in NASA’s Space Program for the third time

Felipe Ávila went to NASA’s International Air and Space Program in 2017 and 2018
Mexican student accepted in NASA’s Space Program for the third timeMexican student accepted in NASA’s Space Program for the third time

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