NASA Astronaut Warren “Woody” Hoburg
Woody Hoburg was selected as a NASA astronaut in 2017. After splashing down safely in a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida on September 4, 2023, NASA’s SpaceX Crew-6 completed the agency’s sixth commercial crew rotation mission to the International Space Station. Woody Hoburg has logged 186 days in space over his increment (Expedition 69) for a total of 186 days in space on his first flight. Hoburg conducted 2 EVAs totaling 11 hours, 38 minutes; he now has conducted 2 EVAs in his career for a total of 11 hours, 38 minutes.