Men's Health

THE SPACE DOCTOR

He’s neither an aviator nor an engineer, and that’s what makes Army Lt. Col. Andrew Morgan, M.D., 42, unlike many astronaut candidates. But that didn’t stop the New Castle, Pennsylvania, native from gaining acceptance to NASA on his first attempt.

Morgan graduated from West Point and earned a doctorate in

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