From Learning Disabilities to Engineering NASA's Artemis Space Station with Joe Ott

Join Joe Ott, who as a student suffered from multiple learning disabilities causing him to nearly fail out of school, a story all-too-common for American students. But Joe persevered and has found remarkable success, and is now a lead engineer helping to design and build NASA's Artemis Space Station, part of the revolutionary project to return humans to the moon in the next few years. He's here to share his story.

“Artemis is the first step in the next era of human exploration. Together with commercial and international partners, NASA will establish a sustainable presence on the Moon to prepare for missions to Mars.” - NASA.gov

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Useful Links:

NASA's Artemis Program - NASA.gov 
How We Are Going To The Moon - NASA on YouTube

"The Ritalin Explosion" in the 1990s - PBS