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Jeffrey Hoffman

MIT Professor Jeffrey Hoffman made five flights as a space shuttle astronaut, including the first mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope in 1993. In this video, Hoffman reflects on his career as an astronaut. In all, Hoffman logged more than 1,211 hours and 21.5 million miles in space. This footage was taken from Hoffman's participation in the documentary, Giant Leaps.

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