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NASA astronauts will make history with its first woman to space walk

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NASA astronauts, Christina Koch, and Jessica Meir made history with its first woman to space walk.

The space, which is a Friday, started early, was in the City, and the first and the Koch’s in fourth place. NASA tweeted that the spacewalk began at 7:38 PM ET, as the Koch and the City “in their space suits to battery power.”

When they are out of the job in the space lab, de Meir shopping street, the 228th person in the world to perform a space walk, and the 15th female.

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NASA originally wanted to conduct an all-female space of the last year, but it was not enough for the medium size, fit and ready to go. Koch and the City were supposed to install new batteries in the external tank next week, but it would have to go for three days and had more to do with an equipment failure that occurred over the weekend. They will need to replace the battery charger for one of the new batteries that was installed last week, Koch and colleagues-NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan.

In this photo provided by NASA, astronauts, Christina Koch, and Jessica in a Bar close to the International Space Station on Friday, oct. 18, 2019 at the latest.
(NASA via AP)

“Jessica and Christina, we are so very proud of you. You are doing really well today,” Morgan says through the radio as the women exit the cabinet.

Koch has been seven months in an 11-month mission, the longest ever by a woman.

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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine saw it, the momentous event unfold from the agency’s headquarters in Washington.

In this image released by NASA on Thursday, oct. 17, 2019 at the latest, americans, Jessica Meir, left, and Christina Koch, posing for a photo in the International Space Station. (NASA via AP)

“We have the right people in the right job at the right time,” he said. “They are a great source of inspiration for people all over the world, including me. We are very excited to get this mission underway.”

The astronauts’ performance, has won praise on social media. “You are an inspiration to women and girls in America,” tweeted House speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.

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“Congratulations to Jessica Meir, and the Michigan native, Christina Koch, at this incredible and historic achievement!” tweeted Rep. Haley, Stephen, D-Mich., to see the historic event at NASA headquarters.

“The first all-woman space, is it a milestone worth noting, and celebrating, the agency is looking forward to the first woman, and the next man on the Moon by 2024, with the NASA’s Artemis lunar exploration program,” said NASA on its website.

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The first mission capabilities, to bid for the 2024 games is going to be landing two astronauts on the moon’s south pole. The astronauts living and working on the date for 6.5 days, according to NASA.

The Associated Press contributed to this article. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers

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