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Record-breaking Astronaut Peggy Whitson returns to Earth
by Marcia Dunn
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3 September 2017
On 3 September 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Astronaut Peggy Whitson returned to Earth late Saturday, wrapping up a record-breaking flight that catapulted her to first place for U.S. space endurance. Whitson's 665 days off the planet -- 288 days on this mission alone -- exceeds that of any other American and any other woman worldwide. Besides duration, Whitson set multiple other records while in orbit: world's oldest spacewoman, at age 57, and most experienced female spacewalker, with 10. She also became the first woman to command the space station twice following her launch last November.
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