(NEW YORK TIMES) Many childhood dreams come to nothing, but here is a chance to make one come true: For the first time in four years, NASA is looking for more astronauts.
With crewed launchings of American rockets expected to resume and future missions in the planning stages, the space agency said the job openings would be posted on the federal government’s USAJOBS website on Dec. 14.
The annual salary ranges from $66,026 to $144,566. But the right stuff involves more than just wanting the job: Requirements include a bachelor’s degree in engineering, science or mathematics, as well as good eyesight. The application deadline will be in February, with the final selection in May 2017.
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