to connectVideoNASA’s astronaut shares heartwarming video of the reunion with her dog
Raw video: Christina Koch, and the dog is over the moon to be in reunion with the astronaut, the owner, after nearly a year apart from each other.
A NASA astronaut and Mary Koch recently returned to Earth after a record-breaking 328-day stay on the International Space Station. Honored for her performance, she received a hero’s welcome from her dog, so happy to see them back on the home front.
“I’m not sure were enthusiastic about it. Be glad that they remember me after a year.” Koch, posted it on social media, along with a video of her dog, a LBD, and wanted to go in, when he returned to Galveston.
The video is made up of 3.7 million views since it was posted on Feb. 13.
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Koch has been almost 11 months in a new job, a new record for the longest space flight by a woman.
Earlier this week, Koch told Fox News’ Bill Hemmer that the boredom was never a problem in the course of their stay on the space station.
“I wish I had enough time to be bored, but that is not all,” she explained in her first live TV interview since his return to Earth on Thursday.
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When she’s not busy with the execution of the experiments, Koch explained that they “enjoyed the unique mood of free-floating space lab in the taking pictures, and spending time with her, wanted to be. “Boredom is not a problem,” she added.
The mission also gave the researcher the opportunity to observe the effects of long-duration spaceflight for a woman. The study is important, as NASA plans to return to the moon in the Artemis programme and to prepare for the human exploration of Mars.
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Koch told Fox News that the face of the Earth seen from the International Space Station, brought the perspective of,” adding that she was able to truly appreciate the planet’s beauty in the sunrises, and the night is over.
“It has helped me to see that all people are inherently the same,” she said.
In October of 2019, Koch, and fellow NASA astronaut Jessica Meir made history with its first woman to space walk.
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The astronauts took just under five hours into their spacewalk to replace a battery charger on the ISS, as President, He called in to congratulate them on their “brilliant” performance.
Fox News’ Chris Ciaccia, and the Associated Press contributed to this article. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers.