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🎙 About The Episode
Ravi currently serves as a Foreign National Tour Guide and a Global Space Ambassador for John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
In 2019, he was nominated by Astronauts and held the position of Solar System Ambassador for NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, in Pasadena, California. In 2016, he officially retired from NASA, after a stellar career covering over 28+ years. He was the only person of Indian origin to work on both launch Pads (Complex 39A/39B), from where NASA sent humans to land on the Moon. Ravi started his NASA career as a Vibroacoustics Researcher in 1989, followed by being Chief Launch Pad Systems Engineer and Systems Safety Engineer on the Space Shuttle program. Later in his career, he held the highest Safety and Mission Assurance position at NASA as the Co-Chair of the Ground review Safety Panel (GSRP), for all payloads going to the International Space Station (ISS).
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