NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly: How The Right Stuff led him to a Year in Space

Captain Scott Kelly, a retired NASA astronaut, is a veteran of four space flights. He commanded three expeditions to the International Space Station and he spent 520 days living in space, including 340 consecutive days, the single longest space mission of an American Astronaut. He’s recently released his memoir entitled “Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery.” In this episode Scott discusses  his amazing experience and his inspiration for achieving goals that are quite literally out of this world.

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To learn more about Scott’s book Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery, and his incredible experiences visit his website at www.scottkelly.com.

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2 comments on NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly: How The Right Stuff led him to a Year in Space

  1. Karen says:

    Informative, inspirational and captivating interview. I didn’t know much about Captain Kelly but I learned a lot from this interview. Extremely impressive person and I have a new appreciation for him and all our astronauts. He had some eye opening experiences on his adventures in space and our planet.

    I highly recommend this interview and others at onlinecoffeebreak.com.

  2. Kim says:

    Very interesting!!!

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