From the left, Mark Bontrager, vice president of Spaceport Operations at Space Florida, and Tom Engler, NASA's deputy manager of the Kennedy Space Center Planning and Development Office, participate in a panel discussion during an International Space University session in Kennedy's Operations Support Building II on July 3.
The International Space University is a nine-week intensive course designed for post-graduate university students and professionals during the summer. The program is hosted by a different country each year, providing a unique educational experience for participants from around the world. NASA Kennedy Space Center and the Florida Institute of Technology are co-hosting this year's event which runs from June 4 to Aug. 3. There are about 125 participants representing 31 countries. For more information, visit http://www.isunet.edu. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett