NewsMar | 23 | 2018
SKY’S THE LIMIT: MassGeneral Hospital for Children Cancer Center patients – including William Terry, 10, – had a blast with NASA astronaut Cady Coleman when she visited Yawkey 8 on March 9. Coleman – a Massachusetts native who has been on two space shuttle missions to the International Space Station – spoke with the children and their siblings about space exploration and the importance of science, technology, engineering and math.
She, along with volunteers from One Giant Leap, Inc., a group dedicated to inspiring the next generation of moonwalkers, created postcards that will be sent to astronaut Scott Tingle of Randolph, Massachusetts, who currently is onboard the International Space Station.
This article was originally published in the 03/23/18 Hotline issue.