NASA retirees Christopher Kraft and Peggy Whitson are among four aerospace pioneers selected for induction into the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame during an April 12 ceremony. Kraft, NASA’s first flight director, and Whitson, a biochemist/astronaut who compiled a U.S.-record 665 days in space over three missions to the International Space Station between 2002 and 2017, are joined by H. Ross Perot and the late U.S. Army Air Force General Ira C. Eaker. The 2019 inductees were selected from ...

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