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|Joseph Acabá started in Dominican_Republic 1994|
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|Joseph Acaba, Jay Heath, Robert K. Werts|
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Joseph Michael "Joe" Acabá (born May 17, 1967) is a Puerto Rican-American teacher, hydrogeologist and NASA astronaut. In May 2004 he became the first person of Puerto Rican heritage to be named as a NASA astronaut candidate when he was selected as a member of NASA Astronaut Training Group 19. He completed his training on February 10, 2006 and is currently assigned to STS-119, set to launch in the Fall of 2008 to deliver the final set of solar arrays to the International Space Station.
In 1990, Acabá received his Bachelor's Degree in Geology from the University of California - Santa Barbara and in 1992, he earned his Master's Degree in Geology from the University of Arizona. Acabá was a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps Reserves where he served for six years. He also worked as a hydrogeologist in Los Angeles, California. Acabá spent two years in the United States Peace Corps and trained over 300 teachers in the Dominican Republic in modern teaching methodologies. He then served as Island Manager of the Caribbean Marine Research at Lee Stocking Island in the Exumas, Bahamas. Upon his return to the U.S., Acabá moved to Florida where he became Shoreline Revegetation Coordinator in Vero Beach. Acabá taught one year of science and math in high school and four years at the Dunnellon Middle School.