Record-Breaking: My Life and Career with NASA

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Few human beings are able to say they’ve been lucky enough to travel to space. Peggy Whitson, a veteran astronaut, has an incredible list of record-breaking accomplishments to her name: first woman to command the International Space Station—twice, first non-military chief astronaut and most spacewalks (10) of any female astronaut; and at 665 days, she has spent more time in space than any other American. Listen to Dr. Whitson discuss key aspects of her life and career with NASA.

Mike Massimino


Former NASA Astronaut,

Peggy Whitson


Record-Breaking Astronaut,

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