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Auñón-Chancellor, who is certified in internal and aerospace medicine, started as a flight surgeon for NASA and worked in Russia, Ukraine, and also as deputy lead for medical operations for NASA's Orion spacecraft.
She is being replaced by Serena Auñón-Chancellor, a Caucasian flight surgeon who's been with the agency since 2006.
Assigned to teach flight surgeons how to interpret electrocardiograms, Dr. Moss read up on the subject and embraced cardiology.
The Navy officer who was injured by a spinning helicopter blade at Camp Pendleton and later died was identified Sunday as a 32-year-old flight surgeon, officials said.
Epps was slated to be the first black astronaut to live in space until Thursday evening, when NASA announced she was being replaced by Serena Auñón-Chancellor, a Hispanic flight surgeon selected as an astronaut alongside Epps in 2009.
Auñón-Chancellor, a Hispanic flight surgeon who was chosen as an astronaut in 2009 alongside Epps, will be joined by Alexander Gerst of the European Space Agency and Sergey Prokopyev of the Russian space agency, Roscosmos.
My flight surgeon Steve Gilmore is there, as is NASA’s chief astronaut Chris Cassidy and the deputy ISS program manager, plus some cosmonauts and many members of the Russian rescue forces.
Hal Kushner joined the Army and served as a flight surgeon in Vietnam.
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