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April 13-16, 2015 · Colorado Springs, Colorado USA

Benjamin P. Honey

Benjamin P. Honey
Attitude Determination and Control Officer
International Space Station, NASA Johnson Space Center

Benjamin Honey is an Attitude Determination and Control Officer (ADCO) for the International Space Program at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, with Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, Inc..  He was brought into the new fast track “operator” training flow in 2009, a program designed to more quickly certify college graduates as ISS systems flight controllers.  Honey was the first ADCO operator to go on to receive the “specialist” certification, which allowed him to then serve as the lead ADCO for planning and coordination of the SpaceX CRS-3 flight to ISS, and Increment 40 during the summer of 2014. He has accumulated over 1,000 hours manning the ADCO console in Flight Control Room 1 (FCR-1) for activities such as vehicle dockings, orbital correction burns, and extravehicular activity.  Honey has a Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona. 

Participating Events

Tuesday, April 14, 2015
4:00 p.m. to
5:00 p.m.:
Panel: ISS Control - Global Collaboration and the Contribution of Young Professionals
Symposium Program
Location: International Center: Main Stage
Moderator:

Dr. Leroy Chiao

Special Advisor - Human Space Flight
Space Foundation
Panelists:

Andrea Boyd

ISS Flight Operations Engineer, Space Applications Services
European Astronaut Centre

Mason Hall

Data Management Coordinator (DMC) Flight Controller
NASA

Benjamin P. Honey

Attitude Determination and Control Officer
International Space Station, NASA Johnson Space Center

Daichi Nakamura

ISS JEM Flight Controller, Space Engineering Development (SED) Co.,Ltd.
JAXA Tsukuba Space Center

 

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