Casey Stedman, NSS Space Ambassador

Casey Stedman

Casey Stedman

Casey Stedman is a proactive advocate of human spaceflight. He is the Education and Training Officer for the Association of Spaceflight Professionals (ASP), an international nonprofit focused on developing payloads and preparing researchers for commercial spaceflight — and a bioastronautics researcher with the International Institute of Astronautical Sciences (IIAS). He is a career military officer, having served over 18 years in the Air Force and Reserves, as well as a navigator with 4,000 hours flying time, and veteran of the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria.

He has twice taken part in NASA analog astronautics programs — first as the mission commander of the 2nd Hawaii Space Exploration Analog Study (HI-SEAS) in 2014, and then as a mission specialist during the 10th Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA) at Johnson Space Center in 2016. He has amassed over 150 days in isolated space simulations. Casey has a BA in Geography from Central Washington University and is pursuing a Masters from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Human Factors. He has completed graduate certificates in Flight Testing from the University of Kansas and Commercial Space Studies from Florida Tech.

Areas of Presentation Specialization
• Suborbital Spaceflight
• Human Factors of Space Travel
• Planetary Settlement

• Suborbital Spaceflight
• Living on Simulated Mars

Location: Huntsville, Alabama USA
Available for Virtual Presentations: Yes
Available for In-Person Presentations: Yes, with travel compensation

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