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    NASA Physician Visits Boren STEM k-8
    Posted on 10/02/2015

    Astronaut Michael Barrat recently visited students at Louisa Boren STEM K-8 to talk about life living onboard the International Space Station.

    Doctor Barrat, who was born in Vancouver, Washington, and calls the town of Camas his home, is a physician specializing in aerospace medicine. Dr. Barrat also helped develop NASA’s space medicine programs for the Shuttle-Mir Program and International Space where he spent more than 200 days in outer space.

    STEM’s fifth graders asked Dr. Barrat questions about everything from what weightlessness is like to what his favorite food was living high above the Earth.