Astronaut Jerry Carr knows space. As commander of Skylab, he spent over 2000 hours in space, orbiting the Earth over 1000 times. Recounting his life story, Carr remembers the enchanting years he spent at NASA. Lesson by Jerry Carr, animation by Sharon Colman Graham.
Life of an Astronaut – Jerry Carr
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