Former NASA astronaut, serial entrepreneur, humanitarian, and highly decorated combat fighter pilot Ron Garan racked up 178 days in space and more than 71 million miles in 2,842 orbits around our planet.

During his time in space, Ron conducted four spacewalks in support of the construction and maintenance of the International Space Station.

Prior to those space journeys, he lived and conducted research on the bottom of the ocean in the world’s only undersea research laboratory, Aquarius.

A former test pilot and graduate of the US Naval Test Pilot School, Ron taught hundreds of elite fighter pilots how to “up their game” as a flight instructor at the prestigious US Air Force Fighter Weapons School, the Air Force version of Top Gun.

He is the author of, The Orbital Perspective, the recently-released, Floating in Darkness, and the children’s book, Railroad to the Moon.

Ron is recognized not just for his exploration in space but also for his humanitarian contributions and extensive work in sustainable development around the world.
Ron’s compelling message about the orbital perspective inspires companies to rethink their approach to sustainable business and commit to finding sustainable solutions that will have a positive impact on their bottom line, our society, and our planet.

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