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Anne McClain
Earthtronaut, currently on my second mission. Former resident of the International Space Station, Expeditions 58/59.
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Anne McClain Jul 9
Trade jobs for a day? Maybe and won’t even notice...
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Anne McClain Jul 7
The screen was bigger on - but I’m still ready to support at the from Earth today!! And I’m even more impressed with them now...they make gravity look easy. Take it from me, it’s not!
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Anne McClain Jul 2
Everyone on Earth in the past week: “So, how was it?!” Me:
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NASA Astronauts Jun 26
There's no place like home!🌎 Last night & received a warm welcome at Ellington Field after spending 204 days in space. The Expedition 59 crew will undergo a number of tests, as scientists continue to study how microgravity affects the human body.
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NASA HQ PHOTO Jun 25
Check out the additional images from the landing of Expedition 59 crew members of , of , and Oleg Kononenko of More pix!
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Anne McClain Jun 24
“... and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.” - T. S. Eliot
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Anne McClain Jun 24
“We shall not cease from exploration….”
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FIFA Women's World Cup Jun 24
This hasn't just been a big deal on earth... It's been so much bigger than that 🚀 |
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Anne McClain Jun 23
Science is organized curiosity. is one of those organizers.
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Anne McClain Jun 23
A beautiful night pass over Africa on my last night on
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Intl. Space Station Jun 23
Exp 59 Commander Oleg Kononenko handed over station control today to Exp 60 Commander Alexey Ovchinin. Kononenko returns to Earth tomorrow with and at 10:47pm ET live on TV.
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Anne McClain Jun 23
L-1: Today: Packing, cleaning, sorting, studying, reflecting. Tomorrow: Demonstrate what we are capable of when we work together. When we unite not out of fear, but out of a common human instinct to go beyond what is known and explore. - we’ll be home tomorrow.
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ISS Research Jun 23
✨"Who are we if we stop exploring?" -
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NASA Jun 22
🌎 3,264 orbits of Earth 🗓️ 204 Days ❤️1 Successful mission & two crewmates are coming home from the on Monday, June 24! We'll be covering their return live on NASA TV. Welcome our explorers home & learn how you can watch:
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Anne McClain Jun 21
L-3: Most of our days on have been full of & maintenance. How many astronauts does it take to change a light bulb? Just 1...but it also takes 4 tools, a written procedure, support from 2 mission control centers, upstream electric inhibits, & ~45 min!
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Anne McClain Jun 21
Let’s not tell anyone how long (and how many takes) it took to get the ~60deg angle between each of us right!
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ISS Research Jun 20
Future astronauts on the Moon 🌕 or Mars could inhale dust that has collected in their habitats, potentially inflaming their airways. 🌬️ has been studying exhaled Nitric Oxide in 👩‍🚀 breath to detect dust and develop countermeasures.
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Anne McClain Jun 20
Replying to @AstroAnnimal
L-4 (2 of 2):…it's really amazing how the human mind & body can adapt to new environments. How the once incredible can become so normal. I encourage all humans to do something out of your comfort zone that forces you to adapt. You'll be pleasantly surprised of your capabilities.
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Anne McClain Jun 20
L-4 (1 of 2): Landing preparations are in full swing. In addition to Sokol suit leak checks, we are spending time today in the Soyuz practicing landing procedures. Right now, the thought of coming back to Earth feels as foreign as launching to space did 6.5 months ago….
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NASA Jun 19
You can watch live on NASA TV! We will broadcast live as of , of the and Oleg Kononenko of depart the and return to Earth aboard their Soyuz spacecraft: .
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