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    Can I become an Astronaut after B.Sc (Physics Honours)?

    hello sir/mam
    After Bsc. honr. Physics can i abole to become an astrant ?





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    GANESH551
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    Re: Can I become an Astronaut after B.Sc (Physics Honours)?

    YES.

    Requirements for a Pilot Astronaut

    1 The basic requirements to a pilot astronaut candidate are:Bachelor's degree from a recognized university in engineering, biological science, physical science or mathematics. Candidates should have at least three years of related progressively responsible professional experience after receiving the degree. An advanced degree would be preferred.

    2 It is essential for pilot astronauts to have at least 1,000 hours of experience in jet aircraft as pilot-in-command. Flight test experience would be desired.

    3 All these candidates are required to pass a NASA Class I space physical examination. These examinations are alike the civilian and military flight examinations. The examination includes specific standards, which are

    Distant visual acuity: 20/50 or better uncorrected correctable to 20/20, each eye.
    Blood pressure: 140/90 measured in sitting position.
    Height: between 64 and 76 inches.
    4. The candidates should be US citizens (applicable for US astronauts only)




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    Siva mechanical
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    Re: Can I become an Astronaut after B.Sc (Physics Honours)?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello sir/mam
    After Bsc. honr. Physics can i abole to become an astrant ?
    Hello friend,

    *) There are two ways to become Astronaut. They are:-

    1) Study M.Sc in your Physics Hons. And also do Ph.D. Then write entrance exam in ISRO to become Astronaut. (In this way, You can know about astronaut work only after joining the work).

    2) Do anyone of the course below:-

    *) Astrophysics.

    *) Geophysics.

    *) Metaphysics.

    *) Then, Apply to ISRO. (In this way, You can know about Astronaut work before going to work itself).

    Choose any one way according to your facilities.

    All the best for your future.

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    prasadaganith
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    Re: Can I become an Astronaut after B.Sc (Physics Honours)?

    Hello friend,

    To become an astronauts you have to get these basic requirements-

    Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in engineering, biological science, physical science, or mathematics.

    At least 1,000 hours pilot-in-command time in jet aircraft. Flight test experience is highly desirable.

    Ability to pass a NASA space physical which is similar to a military or civilian flight physical and includes the following specific standards -

    Distant visual acuity- 20/100 or better uncorrected, correctable to 20/20 each eye.

    Blood pressure- 140/90 measured in a sitting position.

    Height between 62 and 75 inches

    ALL THE BEST.

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    shoyiab100
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    Re: Can I become an Astronaut after B.Sc (Physics Honours)?

    Hello friend,

    *) There are two ways to become Astronaut. They are:-

    1) Study M.Sc in your Physics Hons. And also do Ph.D. Then write entrance exam in ISRO to become Astronaut. (In this way, You can know about astronaut work only after joining the work).

    2) Do anyone of the course below:-

    *) Astrophysics.

    *) Geophysics.

    *) Metaphysics.

    *) Then, Apply to ISRO. (In this way, You can know about Astronaut work before going to work itself).

    Choose any one way according to your facilities.

    All the best for your future.

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