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Peggy Whitson
Doctorate in Biochemistry, NASA astronaut, 1st female Space Station Commander. Proud to share my NASA community with you. Do your best, be positive, dream BIG.
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Peggy Whitson May 22
Soaring during our last spacewalk, going outside again tomorrow! Amazing being part of this great team keeping strong.
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Peggy Whitson May 20
I'm honored to help introduce a competition to design a lunar landing 50th anniversary coin.
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Peggy Whitson May 12
Did you know I get to video-conference with my family while aboard the ? Meet the one behind the task:
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Peggy Whitson May 11
Working aboard the for months is a challenge. Learn how the helps me to stay motivated:
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Peggy Whitson Apr 29
So amazing to be a part of this crew!
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Peggy Whitson Apr 24
Thank you, Mr. President, for the great opportunity to highlight the research we are doing up here aboard the and beyond!
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Peggy Whitson Apr 24
I love being on , and the science work is my favorite. Biochemistry, genetics, you name it! has it all.
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Peggy Whitson Apr 23
It is one of those rides that you hope never ends. I am so grateful for all those who helped me on each of my missions!
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Peggy Whitson Apr 14
Water is the closest thing we have to simulating . The explains:
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Peggy Whitson Apr 14
It's never too bright and early for a dive in the . More here:
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Peggy Whitson Apr 14
Today in the … The Depth of the Dive. Sink further into the story here:
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Peggy Whitson Apr 12
Ever wanted to learn about the jets astronauts train in? Follow me as I fly:
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Peggy Whitson Apr 6
"Sending them flying in our T-38 Talons is pretty awesome to say the least." The is on watch:
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Peggy Whitson Apr 6
Today in the ... Let's Fly! Jet training is essential in astronaut training. Why? Find out here:
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Peggy Whitson Apr 6
These capsules are essential because they are the lifeline between astronauts and the Earth. More here:
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Peggy Whitson Apr 5
I’ll be working aboard the longer than expected! This is where I make the greatest contribution so I'm looking forward to it.
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Peggy Whitson Apr 5
Today's training in the , capturing a visiting spacecraft. What a view! More here:
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Peggy Whitson Mar 31
Today in the … When it’s Time to Capture a Dragon. The inside preview:
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Peggy Whitson Mar 29
The is massive! We had to break it up into pieces to fit it in our huge pool! Read the story here:
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Peggy Whitson Mar 23
Today in the … Seeking Perfection. Robert has been suiting me up for years! Check out his story here:
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