Kayla Barron

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Richland, Washington

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Kayla Barron is the first and the youngest female astronaut who is chosen for the NASAs Artemis moon-landing program 2024. She would be the first women to step on the moon.Her father, Scott Sax, works as a project engineer for the U.S. Department of Energy at Hanford. He owns a telescope, and he loves to gaze at the stars. Scott had an ardent desire to work for NASA, but he never got a chance to accomplish his dream. Later, his daughter fulfilled this desire. Kayla Barrons childhood picture.On 11 September 2001, a series of terrorist attack took place in the United States by a terrorist group of Al-Qaeda in which 2,977 people lost their lives and 2500 people were injured. This incident caused a huge loss to life and property. At that time, Kayla was in the eighth standard. It was the time when she decided to dedicate her life to her nation and serve humanity.

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Kayla Barron is the first and the youngest female astronaut who is chosen for the NASAs Artemis moon-landing program 2024. She would be the first women to step on the moon.Her father, Scott Sax, works as a project engineer for the U.S. Department of Energy at Hanford. He owns a telescope, and he loves to gaze at the stars. Scott had an ardent desire to work for NASA, but he never got a chance to accomplish his dream. Later, his daughter fulfilled this desire. Kayla Barrons childhood picture.On 11 September 2001, a series of terrorist attack took place in the United States by a terrorist group of Al-Qaeda in which 2,977 people lost their lives and 2500 people were injured. This incident caused a huge loss to life and property. At that time, Kayla was in the eighth standard. It was the time when she decided to dedicate her life to her nation and serve humanity.During her childhood, she watched astronauts and shuttle launches on TV, but she did not aspire to become an astronaut then. Kayla wanted to become a fighter pilot since her childhood, but as she grew up, she developed an interest in the navy. Later, she evolved as a submarine warfare officer.In 2010, she was authorised as a Navy officer. Thereafter, she attended graduate school, and her graduate research focused on modelling the fuel cycle for a next-generation thorium-fueled nuclear reactor concept. After completing graduate school, she attended the U.S. Navys nuclear power and submarine officer training before being assigned to the USS Maine, an Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine homeported in Bangor, Washington school. While at the Naval Academy, Barron was a member of the Midshipmen cross-track teams. As a Submarine Warfare Officer, Barron was a member of the first class of women commissioned into the submarine community. She was one of the 3-4 women members among 160 crew members.Soon after that, she qualified as a submarine warfare officer and completed three strategic deterrent patrols while serving as a division officer aboard Maine. Kayla once met an astronaut, Kathryn P. Hire, who had already served in the navy before, and she discussed the parallels between the submarine community and living and working in space. The similarities between both professions led Kayla to visualise her capabilities as an astronaut. Then, she developed an interest in space and wanted to become an astronaut. She shared her idea with her boss, Walter Edward Ted Carter, who provided her with the required mentorship, and she went on to pursue her dream. He said, Kayla, do you know how you become an Astronaut? You apply! Its actually very simple, you just apply yourself out there, and you never know whats going to happen. Kayla Barron during Parade with her mentor Walter Edward Ted Carter.She had to undergo multiple medical and physiological testings, and some formal interviews with the selection committee. She was one of the 12 people to graduate from NASAs Astronaut Training program who were chosen amongst 18,300 candidates, which means one out of 1500 people became eligible for this space project. There, she began with her 2-year training. During her training at Johnson Space Center in Houston, she said, Its hard to explain how excited we are. Kayla Barron with her classmates.This would be her first space flight assignment as an astronaut. Reportedly, she worked with the teams designing the spacesuits for the Artemis Program.Along with it, human exploration on Mars is also slated by the year 2030.Talking about Kayla, in an interview, her father, Scott, said, Kayla has always sought to do the next great thing, the next hardest thing. Shes always taken that challenge, and this is a mix of science and pioneering. Shes just getting started. What I could have done is what she is doing. Its nice that in our society today when were all so polarized, we are all behind our astronauts. The sky is more personal now..

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