Here is the latest episode in NASA’s Space to Ground weekly report on activities related to the International Space Station:
** Christina Koch Undocks in Soyuz Crew Ship
** Christina Koch – Space Station Scientist
After almost a year in space, NASA astronaut Christina Koch is coming home. When Koch returns to Earth, she will have lived in space for 328 days, setting the record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman. During this record-setting mission, Koch spent many of her hours on science activities aboard the space station and wore many hats: farmer, biologist, physicist, engineer, test subject and many more. Learn more about the research being conducted on Station: https://www.nasa.gov/iss-science
** Christina Koch’s Memorable Moments: Part 5
328 days—nearly 47 full weeks in space—is the new record for the longest single spaceflight ever by a female astronaut or cosmonaut, set today by NASA astronaut Christina Koch as she completed her mission with a Soyuz landing in Kazakhstan. Koch talks about some of her cherished memories from a journey that has her now ranked seventh among NASA astronauts for cumulative time spent in space.
** Advice on Returning to Earth for Astronaut Christina Koch from Scott Kelly
After 328 days in space, NASA astronaut Christina Koch has returned to Earth, now holding the record for longest single spaceflight by a woman. Former NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, who holds the record for longest single mission by an American astronaut at 340 days in space, offers his advice on getting used to life back on Earth.
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