ONN – Christina Koch And Jessica Meir Doing NASA’s First All-Female Spacewalk Now
Christina Koch And Jessica Meir are two residents and NASA astronauts who are doing the first all-female spacewalk in history right now at the International Space Station.
The effort to replace a failed NASA power controller started at 7:38 AM EST and is expected to last for 5.5 hours. This job makes up for the originally planned all-female spacewalk at the International Space Station that was supposed to take place in March of this year, but didn’t because there was only one space suit available for the two astronauts.
Worth watching on Twitter or on NASA TV or NASA YouTube live.
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