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NASA Oct 20
As the world watched, two of our made history! πŸ‘©β€πŸš€πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ During the first , & worked in the vacuum of space for more than 7 hours to conduct maintenance. Watch:
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National Geographic Oct 19
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The correct answer is cosmonaut Svetlana Savitskaya! Read all about the very first that just happened yesterday:
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Christina H Koch Oct 20
To all those reaching to new heights: yes you can.
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NASA Oct 21
HAPPENING NOW: A news conference live from about our historic . πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ Tune in to hear directly from and as they answer questions about their 7-hour, 17-minute spacewalk:
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NASA Oct 19
Take a look at our moment to see reactions from around the world during and 's historic . What did it mean to you?
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Christina H Koch Nov 11
The world’s reaction was as humbling as its views. Inspired that a day doing our job could mean the honor of conducting the first , here is a glimpse of that moment and what it meant to us.
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The White House Oct 19
Yesterday, two astronauts completed the first ever ! πŸ’ͺ President called to congratulate and on their historic mission.
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NASA Jan 11
Get to know , record-holder for the longest single spaceflight by a woman & one half of the first ! What questions do you have for this inspirational astronaut? Tag them w/ & check back for responses!
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Michael Collins Oct 19
. and : I know EVA can be very tricky and 7 hours outdoors is a long, long time, but you made it look easy. Congrats! Michael Collins, Gemini X
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NASA Oct 20
In their own words: days after their historic , & will participate in a news conference from orbit to talk about their work to conduct maintenance. πŸ“Ί Tune in tomorrow starting at 12pm ET:
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NASA Oct 20
Teachers, students and classrooms everywhere tuned in to the historic that took place on Friday, Oct. 18. Relive the reactions in this Moment:
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Joe Biden (Text Join to 30330) Oct 18
Congratulations for making history, and . Because of you, every girl knows that even the stars are not beyond her reach.
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NASA Oct 21
What do and have to say about their historic ? Find out this afternoon during a news conference from orbit! Set a reminder to watch NASA TV starting at 12pm ET:
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PRIYANKA Oct 19
Congratulations on the first ever & ! You make us so proud.
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Jessica Meir Nov 12
Peek outside the and experience the first with us. Our hope is to share this privilege with all of you on our magnificent Earth below.
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NASA Oct 18
This week: πŸ‘©β€πŸš€πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ & make history πŸŒ” New spacesuits for generation astronauts πŸ”₯ Hot-fire testing a system for , the crew spacecraft that will go to the Moon These stories & more:
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NASA Oct 19
Relive history and check out our Moment for reactions around the world during and 's . Were you watching?
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Kate Mulgrew Oct 18
If the suit fits, wear it at warp speed! Standing in awe of these remarkable women.
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NASA Oct 19
During our , there was an Earth-to-space call as called & to congratulate them on their historic accomplishment. Read about the work completed outside the during yesterday's spacewalk:
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NASA Dec 23
What happened this year at NASA? πŸš€ πŸŒ” Set a goal to return to the Moon, to stay, with the program πŸ¦… πŸŒ” Celebrated and the historic first steps on the lunar surface πŸ‘©β€πŸš€πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ The first-ever And much, much more:
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