Children's museum partners with NASA astronaut
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Children's Museum is partnering up with a former NASA astronaut to help develop the future generations of astronauts.
Dr David Wolf who is a Purdue grad has become the museum's first scientist to bring "real-world" experience of space and innovative science to millions of children.
The museum's CEO said they picked Dr Wolf not only because of his impressive resume but because of his way of communicating basic science principles in a compelling but down to earth manner.
"We are depending on all of you. We are pinning our dreams on you, to watch you carry thing forward, build the next space craft and be the next people into space," said Dr. Wolf.
Wolf logged 168 days in space over four separate missions.