NASA is looking for Mexicans

NASA is looking for Mexicans
NASA is looking for Mexicans

MEXICO CITY (EFE).— The director of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the United States (NASA), Bill Nelson, arrived yesterday in the Mexican capital for a tour that will conclude tomorrow in which he seeks alliances to strengthen cooperation space.

Nelson published an image with the agency’s deputy administrator, Pamela Melroy, and the United States ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, to announce his arrival in Mexico City, where he will have meetings with academics and public officials this Monday and Tuesday.

“@Astro_Pam (Melroy) and I are here this week to meet with Government officials and strengthen our alliance and innovation in space and here on Earth,” the American politician wrote in X.

Hours earlier, the Mexican Senate announced a “high-level meeting” with Nelson to “strengthen the educational and space cooperation agenda between both countries,” in addition to discussing a constitutional reform so that the Mexican Government considers a priority area for national development. space activities.

While the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) reported a meeting this Monday, which can be followed virtually, between Nelson and the scientific community of said institution, the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) and the Mexican Space Agency (AEM). .

NASA announced last Tuesday the visit of Nelson, who will meet with senior officials of the country’s Executive, with members of the AEM and, yet to be confirmed, with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

The visit occurs after the special interest that NASA in Mexico showed in the total solar eclipse of North America that was best seen in Mazatlán, a coastal city on the Mexican Pacific.

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The director of NASA, Bill Nelson, arrived yesterday for a visit to the Mexican capital.

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The United States ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, published images with Nelson while they toured Coyoacán, a neighborhood in the south-central part of the Mexican capital, where they visited the parish of San Juan Bautista and the “emblematic Fountain of the Coyotes, a site that is visited by hundreds of people for its great history, traditions and culture.”

 
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