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Christina H Koch
NASA Astronaut recently back on Earth.
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Christina H Koch Nov 29
After all those Florida fly-overs, got to finally surf one more of the spots I shot from space. Hurricane swell and a rocket launch all in one week from just south of Cape Canaveral!
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Christina H Koch Nov 26
What’a different about canned cranberry sauce in microgravity? Absolutely nothing. Getting it out of the can, that’s another story. Great memories of Thanksgiving with the crew! More about holidays in space:
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NASA Nov 15
Resilience rises. 🚀 The Crew-1 mission has lifted off on a Falcon 9 rocket from at 7:27pm ET and is en route to the .
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Christina H Koch Nov 15
It’s happening!
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Christina H Koch Nov 13
Only place to go is up. Join in on the excitement and check out all the firsts of the launch from America to the ! And you can watch the launch live on NASA TV at 7:49 pm ET tomorrow too!
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Christina H Koch Nov 11
Serving at NASA alongside members of our military has deepened my already immense gratitude and admiration for all Veterans. Never had I witnessed such heroic dedication and sense of duty. Thank you to all Veterans and especially to my crewmates, Father, and hometown Marines!
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NASA Nov 10
What does it take to make a success? Find out in our ‘Ask Me Anything’ on Nov. 12 at 1pm ET. Experts from , , , and will answer your Q's about the upcoming NASA Crew-1 mission:
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NASA Astronauts Nov 9
“Happy Launch Week! Yesterday we arrived at to continue our quarantine until Saturday. Training is intense leading up to launch, but the week before we get some time to relax with our loved ones. Tune in as we on 11/14 at 7:49 p.m. ET!" – Crew-1🐉
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Christina H Koch Nov 9
Science'ing for 20 years and counting! Check out these breakthroughs thanks to the !
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Christina H Koch Nov 2
Putting the Human in Human Space Flight for 20 years! Congratulations to the teams of the for twenty years of continuous human presence in space and all the benefits it has delivered back to Earth!
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Christina H Koch Oct 29
A line in the sand. When the Sahara desert gives way to the African rainforest, the transition of colors out the window feels instantaneous and fills the entire view. It was the most stark ecological transition I saw on Earth. Captured on this day last year.
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Christina H Koch Oct 27
Vote. Bring a friend too!
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Christina H Koch Oct 26
Another exciting moment where exploration meets discovery! Amazing to know water persists on the surface of the moon, reminding us how much there is to learn in otherworldly field sites.
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Christina H Koch Oct 26
Air fist bumps all around! Welcome back to Houston, !
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Christina H Koch Oct 22
Space landings will forever be one of my favorite sights. Welcome back to your planet and congrats on a job well done, . Nice work by the return and recovery teams around the world too!
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Christina H Koch Oct 20
Congrats, ! We were amazed when we visited your lab 7 years ago at and so excited the mission has been such a success. Sample returns from space, FTW!
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Christina H Koch Oct 19
A year ago, and I egressed the airlock and another glass ceiling was broken. We hope those who paved the way for us are celebrating too, especially the many that have gone unsung. We are best when we go by all and for all!
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Christina H Koch Oct 16
Goodnight moon. From last year.
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Christina H Koch Oct 15
Can you see both of us? It's not easy to get two spacewalkers in one photo while we're in our bulky suits, but I snapped this one of and later noticed I had snuck in too! Great memories of last year upgrading the batteries on with you!
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Christina H Koch Oct 14
Working on science in microgravity was one of the coolest things about being in space! Looking forward to sharing that today. Hope to see you all at 2pm CST!
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