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Twenty young women from the Nebo SchoolbrDistrict’s Advanced Learning Center were flown by Delta Air Lines from SaltbrLake to the NASA Space Center in Houston on Oct. 5.

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The local high school students and their escortsbrwere part of 120 young women and escorts from school districts in Utah.

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The purpose of the trip was to inspire women tobrbecome aviators and aerospace engineers.

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It was an all-day, all female flight from initialbrplanning, the flight and ground crew to women in the control tower according tobra Delta Air Lines company news release.

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This was the fifth annual event titled WINGbrFlight – Women Inspiring our Next Generation and the first one to originate outbrof Salt Lake.

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The girls left ALC in Salem at 4:40 a.m. for a 6bra.m. departure at the Salt Lake International Airport and flew to Ellington AirbrForce Base adjacent to the NASA Space Center.

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Once on the ground the ground the students, according tobrDelta Air Lines “experienced the worlds of flight and human space exploration.”brThe highlight was touring NASA Mission Control Center and a very inspiringbrlunch with Jeanette Epps, NASA astronaut and aerospace engineer. The flightbrreturned to Salt Lake about 10 p.m. and no one was complaining about the longbrday. (Helmick is a Serve Daily contributor.)

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