Ingenuity Helicopter Engineer Mimi Aung Husband name and photo

Ingenuity Helicopter Engineer Mimi Aung Husband name and photo

MiMi Aung is a Burmese American engineer and project manager at Jet Propulsion Laboratory who has not revealed any details on her husband. She appears to be single as she seems to be focused on her project.

Mimi is an engineer currently based in the United States and working as a project manager at JET Propulsion Laboratory. She is working as a lead engineer on the Mars Helicopter Ingenuity.

Mimi completed her education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Aung has been also honored with the 100 Women Awards which is a BBC multi-format series.

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NASA MiMi Aung Husband: Is She Married?

MiMi Aung has not disclosed any details about her husband. 

Aung appears to be single and she is busy on her project Mars Helicopter Ingenuity which is the first extraterrestrial aircraft. Despite having featured in Wikipedia, details of her husband and family are not enlisted in her personal life section.

NASA MiMi Aung Bio, Wikipedia

MiMi Aung was born in Illinois. However, she moved to Myanmar with her parents but later she returned to the United States at the age of 16 to pursue her higher education. She joined the University of Illinois at studied electronic engineering.

While doing her master’s she joined Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in the year 1990. She started working in the Radio Frequency and Microwave Subsystem department.

MiMi has also been featured on Wikipedia as she is one of the popular engineers who was selected by BBC in the top 100 Women in the year 2019.

MiMi Aung Project Ingenuity Mars Helicopter

MiMi was working as a Deputy Manager of the Autonomous System Department in 2013. After two years, she got the opportunity to lead the Mars Helicopter. In early 2019 the first tests of the Mars Helicopter tool place in the JPL space simulator. In the month of July of 2020, the Mars Helicopter was launched attaching with the Perseverance rover as a part of NASA’s Mars 2020 mission.

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