Designer Of The First-Ever Space Luggage: Meet The World's Youngest Astronaut In Training

There aren't many teenagers like Alyssa Carson from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. At the age of 18, she is the world's youngest astronaut-in-training and already has three TEDx Talks under her space belt. Carson has also teamed up with Horizn Studios, a British-based travel brand, to help create the first-ever line of space luggage, as well as a limited-edition smart suitcase that will be released on July 19, timed to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

Designer Of The First-Ever Space Luggage: Meet The World's Youngest Astronaut In Training

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