The American Space Museum program “Stay Curious” welcomed Ellen Brown, a Program Support Manager for the Test and Operations Support Contract (TOSC) at Kennedy Space Center, in an entertaining interview on her 30+ year career on Oct. 13, 2020. When asked about her most satisfying moments during her illustrious career, Ellen noted the relationships she has made through the years. “My co-workers and the friends I made out there...and meeting (husband) Dave,” she said. “It’s an exciting place to work, not just the launches, but the other opportunities that it has given to me... “I really enjoy working for Aerodyne, it’s a small, veteran-owned business, but we have grown so much...it’s nice being part of a small company but also being part of the Jacobs teams working on TOSC, it gives you lots of opportunities.” To watch Ellen’s interview in its entirety, please visit https://www.facebook.com/SpaceWalkOfFame/videos/2410859275876737/. Hosted by Astronomy Coordinator Mark Marquette, “Stay Curious” is broadcast most weekdays at 4 p.m. (Eastern) with an emphasis on space history as told with artifacts from the American Space Museum. The museum is located 10 miles from KSC in Titusville and celebrates the workers who have been part of the Space Program since its inception.
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