A lecture with Canadian Space Agency Astronaut Dr. David Williams NOW SOLD OUT

Thursday, November 8, 2007
7 PM to 9 PM

The McGill Alumni Association Invites you to a lecture with Canadian Space Agency Astronaut Dr. David Williams, who will speak on

"Mission STS-118 to the International Space Station"

Dr. Williams graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University in 1983 and obtained a fellowship in emergency medicine in 1988.

Details

In 1992, David Williams was selected as one of four candidates out of a field of over 5000 applicants by the Canadian Space Agency to begin astronaut training and he hasnít looked back since. After working with both the CSA and NASA, Williams realized his dream of space travel in April 1998 when he flew into space as a Mission Specialist aboard the STS-90.

A veteran of two space flights, STS-90 in 1998 and STS-118 in 2007, David Williams holds the Canadian record for the number of hours spent in space, for a total of 3 spacewalks accumulating 17 hours and 47 minutes. He has logged over 687 hours in space.
A lecture with Canadian Space Agency Astronaut Dr. David Williams NOW SOLD OUT

Thursday, November 8, 2007
7 PM to 9 PM

Admission

FREE

Location

Level 3 - - Mount Royal Centre, Salon Cartier I & I
2200 Mansfield Street
Montreal, Quebec
CANADA
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RSVP

Register from Oct. 16 to Nov. 9, 2007

Contact

Event Registrar
Phone: 514-398-7684
Email: event.registration@mcgill.ca
 
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