Living and Working in Isolation (Free Webinar) 17 April 2020 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time)

 On Demand Recording Available

NASA astronauts are well versed in aspects of social isolation and confinement from spending month-long missions on the International Space Station. Sandy Magnus logged 133 consecutive days in orbit aboard the ISS as part of Expedition 18. Hear how she established a lifestyle in space and the importance of a routine, self-care, and communication.


Sandy Magnus
Deputy Director Engineering, OSD
Undersecretary for Research and Engineering