As NASA’s extravehicular system manager for the International Space Station, Beth Moses spent most of her professional life designing equipment and operations for extreme environments. However, Moses wanted not only to train astronauts, but to become one herself. Now chief trainer with Virgin Galactic, Moses fulfilled that dream on Feb. 22, when she made a suborbital ride aboard SpaceShipTwo for the first inflight assessment of the passenger cabin. She tells Space Editor Irene Klotz ...

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