Earlier on Thursday, astronauts Janice Voss and Joe Allen had lunch with
math and physics students and faculty. In that presentation, Voss talked
about the physics behind the mission of her fifth Space Shuttle flight.
That mission used three-dimensional mapping technology to map more than
47 million square miles of the earth's surface. Wabash students got to
see some of the actual training materials used by Voss as she prepared
for the flight. The visit by two of Indiana's NASA astronauts was funded
by a gift from Lilly Endowment Inc. as part of the Experience Indiana