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[Watch] NASA Conducts First All-Female Spacewalk

NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch are making history with the first-ever all-female spacewalk. The roughly five-hour spacewalk officially began at 7:38am on Friday, as the women replace a faulty battery unit outside the International Space Station. Koch and Meir become the 13th and 14th U.S. women to conduct a spacewalk.  Meir gave credit to “all of the women that worked to get us where we are today.”


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