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Sue Nelson

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Narrated by: Sue Nelson
Length: 17 mins
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Joining us in the Audible Studios to talk about her book Wally Funk’s Race for Space is science writer and broadcaster Sue Nelson. 

Wally Funk was one of the 13 members of the 1961 Women in Space Programme. The female aviation pioneer also became the first female air safety investigator for the NTSB and the first civilian flight instructor at Fort Sill, with over 19,000 flight hours. Sue Nelson, former BBC science correspondent and Radio 4 presenter, documents Wally’s extraordinary life in her new book, Wally Funk’s Race for Space, published in 2018. 

Sue Nelson talks to us about the astronaut tests of the '60s, where her own interest in space began and the incredible life of aviation pioneer Wally Funk. 

Listen to Wally Funk’s Race for Space here.
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