Kenneth Reightler

Selected by NASA in June 1987, Reightler became an astronaut in August 1988. He piloted two missions including STS-60, the first joint U.S./Russian Space Shuttle Mission, before retiring to run programs supporting human spaceflight at Lockheed Martin.

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