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Former NASA engineer gives lectures at Criciúma – Science and Technology

Former NASA engineer gives lectures at Criciúma – Science and Technology

Former NASA engineer Gaby Gabriel This week a series of lectures will be held at the Albert Einstein Municipal Astronomical Park in Criciuma. The initiative is from the municipal education department. Until this Friday (19), the North American Lectures are aimed at Municipal Education Network students. The session will be free and open to the public on Saturday (20) and Sunday (21), with a session at 6 pm.

The lecture, which aims to encourage people to follow their dreams, was well received by students, according to the city council. “Our students were very interested in the content that Gabi presented during the lecture,” says Criciuma Mayor, Clecio Salvaro. The previous engineer was already in the city in 2023.

The event also gives residents the opportunity to visit the Criciúma Astronomical Park and participate in digital planetarium sessions. “In addition to further highlighting the interest of our students in the field of astronomy, this event also arouses the curiosity of those who are not part of the school community in the teaching units of the municipal network,” says Municipal Education Minister Alexandra Stolz-Pellegrim.

Gabe Gabriel's story

From a hat maker at MC Donald's to an engineer at NASA, it took American Gabriel 20 years to complete his higher education. Despite his long tenure, he has served as Director of Engineering at the US Air Force Space Operations Command, an engineer at Kennedy Space Center and a member of NASA's Speakers Bureau. Nowadays, Gabe travels to different countries to tell us about his personal and professional experiences in a fun and motivating way, showing the audience that it is possible to achieve your dreams through dedication and perseverance.

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Criciuma Astronomical Park

The Albert Einstein Municipal Astronomy Garden is located at the top of the Morro Cechinel and opened on January 6, 2023. The place is open daily, from 9 am to 9 pm, and has free observing practices with telescopes, from Thursdays to 9 pm. Sunday, from 8 pm to 9 pm. Sessions are held in the Planetarium from Thursday to Sunday, at 3pm, 5pm and 7pm. More information can be obtained by calling (48) 3431-0400 or on Instagram @parqueastronomicocriciuma.

Collaboration: SHAYANI KOREA