William Edmonson

What first sparked your interest in space and science?
The NASA Apollo project leading to landing on the moon and Star Trek

What excites you the most about combining space science and education?
Giving the students that innovative problem solving can only be achieved through a multi-disciplinary approach through having a breath of knowledge and/or working in diverse teams.

Can you share a memorable moment or success story from your career that relates to supporting young people in the space sector?
Though they are many, training and interacting with grad students on their research topics that also resulted in dissertations and papers that have been referenced many times.

Where do you see the future of space education heading, and how does MaxIQ Space fit into that vision?
I see space education being taught that is an integration of science and engineering in the solution space systems that is also sustainable and environmentally sound.

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