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Jessica Meir
NASA Astronaut. Comparative physiologist. Explorer. Nature lover. Back on planet Earth after 205 days . Follow along on !
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Jessica Meir Nov 30
Looking forward to talking science on Wednesday evening with !
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Jessica Meir Nov 20
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Jessica Meir Nov 17
Big thanks to former and survivalist for such a fun interview - the latest “Can You Survive This Podcast” is out today! Check out how I did
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Jessica Meir Nov 15
Congratulations on the launch of Crew 1. As said onboard the Dragon Resilience, “Crew 1 for all”. Thank you for reminding us what humans can do when we work together in the most difficult times. Photo by
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Jessica Meir Nov 11
Did you know that 1/2 of this crew serves in the US military? Thank you and to all those who have served. Tune in to NASA TV to watch this crew launch to - this Saturday at 7:49 ET
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Jessica Meir Nov 10
Tune in for a live interview event - starting in just a few minutes at 5:00 pm ET
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Jessica Meir Nov 2
Happy 20th anniversary of a continuous human presence in space ! You’ve enabled so much - from engineering feats & scientific discovery to international cooperation & breathtaking views of our home. This crew initiated humans’ lasting presence 20 years ago today.
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Jessica Meir Oct 28
Thanks again , for my Cinderella moment! More photos and the full interview with here (best loaded on a computer!):
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Jessica Meir Oct 27
Tune in this evening while I moderate a conversation with six scientists who study our home planet in different ways - integrating a boots on the ground field approach with and other space based technologies - fascinating!
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Jessica Meir Oct 26
Thank you - early voting keeps us safe and makes it oh so easy! Have YOU voted yet??
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Jessica Meir Oct 23
Hey , I (literally) have your back! Filling in for some emergency training today. Here I simulate how I might brace Kayla to prevent her from floating away while she dispenses a fire extinguisher. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction!
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Jessica Meir Oct 21
Welcome home to our crewmates and - it will be nice to have you back on Earth, but it’ll never beat our shared time in space!
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Jessica Meir Oct 21
Wow wow wow . . . congrats once again teams! Stunning footage . . . extraordinary accomplishment.
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Jessica Meir Oct 21
All about the final frontier...including laureate ’s own John Mather (and me!). Listen:
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Jessica Meir Oct 20
Congratulations teams! Such a phenomenal and exciting accomplishment! We 8 Balls have fond memories of learning about this mission during our first center tours after arriving - seemed so far off then! Incredible!
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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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Jessica Meir Oct 19
Thank you , we are honored and owe this to the generations of women and minorities pushing the boundaries in getting us where we are today. We hope that they are the ones truly reveling in this achievement!
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Johnson Space Center Oct 18
Replying to @NASA_Johnson
"Today was especially an honor as we also recognize that this is a milestone. It symbolizes exploration by all that dare to dream and work hard to achieve that dream. Not only that, it's a tribute to those that paved the way for us to be where we are," Koch said.
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Johnson Space Center Oct 18
And in a blink of an eye, a year today since the first all-female spacewalk. and make their way out of the hatch and spacewalk their way into history 👩‍🚀👩‍🚀
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Jessica Meir Oct 18
One year later - still reaching out to in a coordinated effort for (socially distanced and safe!) mission success. 👩🏻‍🚀 🏓 Teamwork IS our dream work.
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