A Wisconsin Astronaut Returns Home


By Danielle Kaeding | July 16, 2015

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Monday marks the anniversary of the first moon landing. Many of us have since dreamed of boldly going where few men have gone before. Astronaut Jeff Williams is preparing for his fourth launch into space next year. He returned to his hometown of Winter, Wisconsin, this spring to share his experiences with kids at the same school that set the stage for his career in space exploration.

Danielle Kaeding

Danielle Kaeding is a Wisconsin Public Radio reporter based in Superior.
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