SEATTLE — Dr. Jim Joki has spent 40 years delivering babies as an OB/GYN, but before that, he had a hand in one of the most amazing moments in history. Not only did he have a front-row seat in Mission Control as Apollo 11 landed on the moon, but as a NASA engineer, he helped develop and test the spacesuits, backpacks, visors, gloves, and oxygen systems that made that epic moonwalk possible.
Dr. Joki shares more about his experience at NASA and how, he says, delivering babies is not all that different from working in Mission Control.
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