ISS Commander To Set New U.S. Career Spaceflight Record

Credit: Jeff Williams aboard ISS: NASA
HOUSTON—Veteran NASA astronaut Jeff Williams will break the U.S. record for time accumulated in space over a career on Aug. 24. Williams will eclipse the 520-day mark set by colleague Scott Kelly, as Kelly returned to Earth on March 1 following a U.S. record-setting 340 days in space for a single...

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