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A child's dream to 'drive' a space shuttle propels him toward a historic NASA mission

Summary by Ground News
Navy Lt. Cmdr. Victor Glover is the first African American to have spent extended time on the International Space Station. He is slated for another historic undertaking next year piloting the Orion space capsule as part of NASA's Artemis II mission. He and three crewmates will be the first humans to visit the moon in more than 50 years.

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