While pursuing a master’s degree in aerospace guidance, navigation, and control theory at UT Austin, Terry Hill got an opportunity to work at NASA JSC as a primary investigator on a project his educational advisor was conducting. This led to him being accepted into the Aeroscience and Flight Mechanics division as a graduate co-op in 1998, and an offer of full-time employment in 1999. Since then, Hill has worked on a variety of projects including the Orbital Space Plane, the STS-114 Return to Flight mission, the navigation software for space station assembly missions, and the X-38 Crew Return Vehicle. He is currently developing NASA’s next-generation spacesuit as the Engineering Project Manager for the Constellation Spacesuit System.

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