NASA’s All-Society Recruiting Astronauts: See What’s Needed

NASA has launched a new astronaut recruitment announcement for all Americans, so let’s take a look at the job-hunting conditions. First, candidates are required to obtain a master’s degree in U.S. citizenship and STEM, which includes degrees in engineering, biology, physics, computer science, or mathematics, as well as master’s degrees:

NASA's All-Society Recruiting Astronauts: See What's Needed

1, for a science, technology, engineering or mathematics field of doctoral projects for 2 years;

2, have a complete medical or orthopaedic degree;

3. Complete a nationally recognized pilot school course (or enroll by June 2021).

Second, job seekers must have at least two years of professional experience in aviation, or at least 1,000 hours of jet time.

Eventually, job seekers will need to pass NASA’s long-term flight tests.

In general, the vast majority of people are not qualified to seek employment as astronauts, only the elite can fill out the form application, and NASA will only recruit the best of them.

NASA will begin the astronaut’s job search process on March 2, allowing interested readers to visit.