The first female mission commander of the International Space Station.
Her total duration of space flights is record-setting among women, totaling 376 days, 17 hours and 28 minutes.
Her first space flight lasted from June 5 to December 7, 2002 in the capacity of an onboard engineer and scientific specialist for the main crew of MKS-5. During the flight, she made a spacewalk.


  • Title: Peggy Annette Whitson

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