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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — An Archbishop Ryan High School graduate will soon be headed to space – again!

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Naval aviator Chris Ferguson, a Philadelphia native and a Drexel University alum, will make his fourth space flight in 2019, taking a new Boeing spacecraft into orbit.

He commanded the final space shuttle mission seven years ago.

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On Friday, he tweeted that he is “proud to be a part of the team returning the US to space”.

“I’m honored to represent the entire Boeing team and our commitment to the future of human space exploration,” Ferguson tweeted.

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He’s spent more than 40 days in space, and he’s also a big Eagles fan.