In celebration of Black History Month Vice President Kamala Harris was invited on board to the ISS to speak virtually with Astronaut Victor Glover about what it is like to be in space.
As the first African American to be on a long-duration mission on board the ISS, Victor Glover has been praised as an inspiration to many. Glover arrived on the ISS as the pilot of SpaceX’s Crew 1 mission, the first operational flight of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule, and of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program.
The Vice President and Glover talked about how it feels to look down at Earth from space and how his first spacewalk to continue maintenance of the orbiting station went.
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