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Seedhouse, Erik


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    • found: Tourists in space, c2008:t.p. (Erik Seedhouse)
    • found: Triathlon the hard way, 2016:title page (Erik Seedhouse) preface (born in Tonsberg, Norway on 19th June, 1964; has Canadian passport, but considers himself Norwegian; lived in UK for much of his life, most of it in Cherry Burton; went to Northumbria University to study sport studies, completed studies in 1985; joined the Parachute Regiment) pages 150-151 (moved to Burnaby, Vancouver, Canada and worked at Simon Fraser University between September 1999 and August 2003)
    • found: The Space Show broadcast 2746, viewed November 28, 2016(Dr. Erik Seedhouse; Norwegian-Canadian suborbital astronaut; after completing his first degree he joined the 2nd Battalion the Parachute Regiment; returned to world of academia and supported his studies toward a Master's degree by winning prize money in 100km running races; in 1996, pursued his Ph.D. at the German Space Agency; in 1999 retired from being a pro triathlete and took a research position at Simon Fraser University; in 2005 worked as an astronaut training consultant for Bigelow Aerospace; in 2009 was one of the final 30 candidates in the Canadian Space Agency's Astronaut Recruitment Campaign; between 2008 and 2013 served as director of Canada's manned centrifuge and hypobaric operations; works as an Assistant Professor in Commercial Space Operations in Embry Riddle Aeronautical University's Daytona Beach campus)
    • found: Facebook, November 28, 2016(Erik Seedhouse; soldier, February 1987 to August 1990; research scientist, German Space Agency, September 1996 to October 1998; post-doc researcher, Simon Fraser University, September 1999 to September 2003; astronaut instructor, Project Possum, Daytona Beach, Florida; assistant professor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide, Daytona Beach, Florida; training director, Astronauts for Hire, 2010 to present; PhD, Virtual reality/Space motion sickness, University of Sheffield, 1999)
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