NASA’s Koch Breaks Woman Spaceflight Record

HOUSTON—NASA astronaut Christina Koch, one of six U.S., European and Russian crewmembers aboard the International Space Station (ISS), on Dec. 28 broke the previous record of 288 days for the longest spaceflight by a woman. The previous record was set by retired NASA astronaut and former agency...

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