Realizing the dream of space: Astronaut Peggy Whitson on leaving Earth for the first time
Peggy Whitson made history several times in her career as an astronaut. She spent a record-breaking 665 days in space and became the first woman to command the ISS. In this interview, she describes her historic first spaceflight.
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