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I would think that it would involve a great deal more before could become a . Once potential astronomers have completed their doctoral degree and finished up all of their internships.NASA looks at what you've done in your chosen field of science, and selects based on your past experience. NASA then trains the astronauts for a couple years, and then allows them to be put on specific missions.

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Relocation

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None to interns. Lump sum monetary compensation split into three disbursements over the summer.

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Work hours are varied dependent on your situation.

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Of course, if have the security clearance background.

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Workout, dining, souvenier shops

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No Room for Advancement. In order to transfer to another job, you need to be a veteran or a close friend of someone on the inside.

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Long hours, interesting work and ability to meet many different people from all walks of life. Opportunities to advance and learn new aspects of the aerospace industry.

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