BREVARD COUNTY, Fla .– NASA is expected to land the first woman and next man on the moon in 2024 as part of the Artemis program.
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- Grace Peters is a junior at West Shore Junior / Senior High School
- She is currently top of her class of 150
- His plan is to work hard in school and become an astronaut.
Astronaut is part of Crew-2 mission, as NASA sends more returning to the International Space Station in the coming weeks.
And a Brevard County high school student says she has aspirations to dress like her.
West Shore Junior / Senior High School junior Grace Peters leads her class – ranked first out of 150.
Her passion for two specific subjects goes back as far as she can remember.
“I’ve always loved my science and math classes, they’ve always been my favorite,” said Peters.
These are two useful skills in a particular area that she is also passionate about.
“I’ve always loved space, it’s fascinating,” she says.
His father is an engineer for a local company, which allowed him to witness rocket launches like the NOAA GOES-S in 2018.
Combine this experience and his talent to excel in math and science, you …
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