NASA astronaut Christina Koch recently returned to earth after a record-breaking 328 days restriction to the International Space Station. Feted for her achievements, she also received a hero’s welcome from her happy dog when she returned home.
“I don’t know who is more excited. Glad she still remember me after a year!” Koch Published social media, the With the video of her dog, led, go wild as the astronauts returned home to Galveston in.
The video has racked up 3. 7 million views, because it is on published. 13.
NASA astronaut Christina Koch described the record-breaking 328 days of the space task:’boredom is not a problem at all
Koch’s nearly 11 months on the track to set a record for the longest space flight by a woman.
Earlier this week, Koch told Fox News’Bill Hemmer that boredom was never a problem, in her representation of the International Space Station.
“I wish I had enough time in there to get bored, but not all”, she explained, in her first live television interview since returning to Earth last week four.
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In the busy to experiment, Koch explained that her”soak up the unique atmosphere of”floating space laboratory by taking pictures and spending time with her crew. “Boredom is not a problem at all”, she said.
Mission giving researchers the opportunity to observe the effects of prolonged space flight on a woman. This study is important because NASA plans in the return to the moon in the Artemis program and prepare for the human exploration of Mars.
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Koch told Fox News, to see the Earth in the International Space Station”brings perspective,”the increase, she was able to truly enjoy this planet’s beauty in the sunrise and the night passes.
“It helped me see that all humans are essentially the same,”she said.
In December 2019, Koch and fellow NASA astronaut Jessica Meir made history with the first all-female spacewalk.
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The astronauts just under five hours into their spacewalk, to replace a battery charger on the International Space Station, the President of Trump’s so-called to congratulate them on their”brilliant”achievement.
Fox News’Chris regarded Ciaccia and The Associated Press had this article. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers.