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Andrew Morgan
Husband, Father...Soldier, Physician, Astronaut. Served on board the International Space Station for Expeditions 60, 61 and 62.
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Andrew Morgan 7h
The excitement in the room at the moment of contact still choke’s me up!
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U.S. Space Command 10h
In honor of Month, LTC Frank Rubio discusses his El Salvadoran heritage & path to becoming 1 of the newest . The family physician/flight surgeon/Blackhawk pilot is assigned to 's Army Astronaut Det.
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NASA Astronauts 8h
What's it like to speak with an astronaut in space?👨‍🚀📲 During his recent mission, contacted Earth from using a HAM Radio. He was able to answer questions and connect with students around the world. Learn more:
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Andrew Morgan Sep 26
I was so excited that day, I had never seen such an incredible sight: a spacecraft chasing us down! ’s pictures captured it beautifully!
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Andrew Morgan Sep 24
Very proud of my two astrosisters making history!
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Andrew Morgan Sep 22
Tuskegee Airman who flew in 3 wars dies at 95. RIP Major Biggs, thank you for your service
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Andrew Morgan Sep 21
The ’s “kitchen” or galley in Node 1 is an important gathering place. and the will appreciate ’s handiwork and improvements there and everywhere!
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Andrew Morgan Sep 18
Proud of Frank representing!
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Andrew Morgan Sep 15
Hear about similarities in developing and training with tools for the Hubble Space Telescope and Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer repairs, from the perspective of tool engineer Justin Cassidy and I on “Pass the Torque”
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Andrew Morgan Sep 11
“A common field one day. A field of honor forever.” Since returning to Earth I made a humbling visit to the memorial. Never forget.
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Andrew Morgan Sep 10
I look forward to diving with you both at the one day soon!
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Andrew Morgan Sep 8
Some exciting results published from science and I conducted during Benefits to life in space and on Earth
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Andrew Morgan Aug 26
My crewmates and astrosisters, and show how it’s done on this !
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Andrew Morgan Aug 24
Congratulations, sir. Wish I could have been there with you and GEN Dickinson last week. All the best now that you can focus your energy fully on
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Andrew Morgan Aug 2
A perfect day for and to make history and set an example for what our partnerships can do!
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Andrew Morgan Aug 1
Wishing you a smooth reentry and soft splashdown, Endeavour!
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Andrew Morgan Aug 1
Great words crewmate , catch you on Earth in a few months!
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Andrew Morgan Jul 30
Happy ... a throwback group hug from crew to celebrate!
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Andrew Morgan Jul 30
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Andrew Morgan Jul 20
OTD a year ago, my crewmates and I launched to the aboard on the 50 year anniversary of the moon landing. We are proud to follow such footsteps, and look forward to returning to the moon as part of an international partnership !
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