Began career at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston Texas in 1989 working for the Astronaut Office engineering support group. In 1994 began a 14 year span working EVA flight control and astronaut training for spacewalks on the Space Shuttle and performing International Space Station assembly. Supported over 13 space shuttle missions and the first 15 ISS expeditions for EVA in mission control in Houston. In 2011, began working the Orion spacecraft crew life support systems, spacesuit, thermal, and flight crew equipment for the Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Program. Currently serves as the Orion Crew and Service Module Office Functional Area Manager for these systems.
Sessions in which Paul Boehm participates
- Expert/ Educator: Working Under Pressure in Space Suits
- Signup required Space Center Houston (Hosting of all events take place on-line-virtually) - Silvermoon
- 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM | 1 hour 30 minutes
- How would you do performing critical space duties while working inside a balloon? The engineering of space suits have the issu...