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Sunita Williams (b. 1965) is an astronaut who holds the record for most spacewalk time (50 hours, 40 minutes), as well as most spacewalks (7) by a woman. She served as a member, and later flight engineer, on four expeditions on the International Space Station. She served in the US Navy as a Naval Test Pilot, with more than 3000 flight hours on 30 different aircraft types.

Sunita Williams (b. 1965) is an astronaut who holds the record for most spacewalk time (50 hours, 40 minutes), as well as most spacewalks (7) by a woman. She served as a member, and later flight engineer, on four expeditions on the International Space Station. She served in the US Navy as a Naval Test Pilot, with more than 3000 flight hours on 30 different aircraft types.

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