VIDEO: NASA astronaut reunites with dog after breaking record for longest space mission by a woman

FEBRUARY 13, 2020

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NASA astronaut Christina Koch went viral Thursday after tweeting a video of her dog greeting her after she returned from nearly a year in outer space.

“Not sure who was most excited. Glad she remembers me after a year!” Koch shared Thursday.

The article goes on to state the following:

Koch broke the record earlier this month for the longest mission in space undertaken by a woman. She touched down back on Earth on Feb. 6 after a 328-day spaceflight.

NASA tweeted a response to the video:

Before returning to earth, Koch was posting from space:

President Trump welcomed her home, tweeting, “Welcome back to Earth, @Astro_Christina, and congratulations on breaking the female record for the longest stay in space! You’re inspiring young women and making the USA proud! Enjoyed speaking with you and @Astro_Jessica on the first all-female spacewalk IN HISTORY last year.”

Below is a video of the moment Koch returned to earth.

Vice President Mike Pence tweeted, “Welcome Home
@Astro_Christina! Congratulations on setting the record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman at 328 days! America is proud of you! 🇺🇸.”

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