Terry Virts, who has commanded an International Space Station mission, tells listeners he was advised to sound a little annoyed when speaking on the radio as a pilot. Narrating his own work, Virts sounds more amused than annoyed by his experiences as an astronaut. He brings a self-deprecating sense of humor to anecdotes about learning to fly a shuttle and riding the "Vomit Comet" to experience weightlessness. Virts sounds amazed by the view from space and his time in survival training. Having been in space for a long period, he has helpful advice for anyone struggling with isolation during lockdowns. Even so, he acknowledges that he prefers being stuck up there to being stuck down here. J.A.S. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine [Published: OCTOBER 2020]
Digital Download Workman Publishing 2020
DD ISBN $17.47
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