ICR in Russia with NASA Astronaut

by Jayme Durant

On March 18, 2016, NASA astronaut Col. Jeffrey Williams’ family and friends gathered in an open field about three-quarters of a mile from the launch pad to watch the Soyuz rocket lift off. Col. Williams blasted to space for his six-month mission aboard the International Space Station.

ICR’s Public Events Ambassador Chas Morse and his wife Patti were there among the supporters. More...

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