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View from space gave astronaut new perspective on life

The Women’s Canadian Club London is kicking off its 2021-22 speaker series with trailblazing Canadian astronaut Dave Williams. Holding the record for the most spacewalks by a Canadian astronaut, Williams has spent more than 687 hours in space and is the only non-American to have a senior management role at NASA. He’s also the country’s first dual astronaut and aquanaut, having lived and worked in space and the ocean. Apart from living underwater or above Earth, Williams worked as an emergency room physician and has authored several books about science, medicine and space exploration. Thursday, Williams will be at the Hellenic Community Centre in London to talk about his memoir, Defying Limits: Lessons from the Edge of the Universe. Reporter Calvi Leon caught up with him before the event to learn more about his career beyond the planet. Read More

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