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Astronaut Katie Sullivan is driven by curiosity from the deepest seas to Perseverance’s home on Mars.

Retired astronaut Katherine Sullivan, life is an exploration of everything that surrounds you.

As a NASA astronaut, she became the first American woman to travel to space. On Earth, she played a key role in the development of the Hubble Space Telescope, ensuring that future spacewalkers have the tools they need to fix the satellite’s instruments long after launch. And this summer she visited the deepest point of the ocean, Mariana Trench. (Her friends jokingly refer to her as “the woman who has her ups and downs,” she said.)

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