Breaking the law — of gravity
Lauren Harnett ’07 (imaging and photographic technology), left, takes her first flight on NASA’s “vomit comet” – an aircraft used to produce short periods of near-weightless conditions for research and training purposes. Harnett joined Indyne Inc.’s Imagery Acquisition Group at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Houston, after graduation last May. With her are Robert Markowitz ’89 (imaging and photographic technology), center, who also works for the Imagery Acquisition Group, and Crystal Embrey Schroeder ’98, a quality control specialist with Indyne’s Photographic Operations Group. At least 10 imaging and photo tech grads work at Johnson Space Center.