BREAKING NEWS – Houston, Texas – NASA astronaut Christina Koch wrapped up her first stay on the International Space Station Feb. 6, 2020, and it is one for the record books. Koch arrived in space in March 2019 and spent a total of 328 days living and working in the orbiting laboratory.

Her stay set a new record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman, breaking the record previously set by NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson. But that record may get broken soon, after democrats in the House voted unanimously to have Nancy Pelosi strapped to the next rocket scheduled to blast off.

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