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Record-Setting Astronaut Retires From NASA

30 Jan 2012, 14:48 UTC
Record-Setting Astronaut Retires From NASA
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The U.S. astronaut who is co-holder of the record for the greatest number of flights into space has retired from NASA, the agency announced.Jerry Ross, the first person to launch into space seven times, spent more than three decades with NASA, talling more than 1,400 hours in space and performing nine spacewalks. Ross ranks third of the list of most time accumulated spacewalking.Franklin

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