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Museum broadcasts TWU documentary

Mack Minded: Humanly Possible, a short documentary about the bone density research performed at TWU by Pauline Beery Mack, was featured last week on social media by The Cranbrook Institute of Science in Michigan. The film won third place at the NASA CineSpace Film Festival last fall. As part of this festival, NASA's Johnson Space Center promotes the film finalists through partnerships with science museums and NASA visitors centers across the nation.

According to the Cranbook Institute's Facebook post, "In celebration of 20 years of continuous human presence onboard the International Space Station, we want to share this video with you about the woman behind the science, technology, and statistical research on bone density that makes human space travel possible."