David Alexander Wolf (born August 23, 1956) is an American astronaut, medical doctor and electrical engineer. Wolf has been to space four times. Three of his spaceflights were short-duration Space Shuttle missions, the first of which was STS-58 in 1993, and his most recent spaceflight was STS-127 in 2009. Wolf also took part in a long-duration mission aboard the Russian space station Mir which lasted 128 days, and occurred during Mir EO-24. He was brought to Mir aboard STS-86 in September 1997, and landed aboard STS-89 in January 1998. In total Wolf has logged more than 4,040 hours in space. He is also a veteran of 7 spacewalks totaling 41hrs 17min in both Russian and American spacesuits.
David Alexander Wolf
August 23, 1956
Time in space
|168d 8h 57m|
|Selection||1990 NASA Group|
Total EVA time
|41 hours 17 minutes|
|Missions||STS-58, Mir 24 (STS-86 / STS-89), STS-112, STS-127|
Several Space Shuttle flights, including a 128-day journey to the Mir space station in Russia, were piloted by this astronaut.
He married Tammy Kruse.
He worked as a flight surgeon for the United States Air Force after earning his medical degree from Indiana University.
He began his work with NASA in the engineering and medical science division at the Johnson Space Center in Texas.
He and Kenneth Cockrell were both members of NASA Astronaut Group 13 in 1990.
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● David Wolf was born on August 23, 1956 (age 65) in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States ● He is a celebrity astronaut
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