One giant leap for WOMANkind

NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir became the first all-female spacewalking team on Friday, October 18, 2019.

“One giant leap for WOMANkind!” Representative Katherine Clark wrote in a tweet.

Kathy Sullivan, who became America’s first female spacewalker 35 years ago, added, “We’ve got qualified women running the control, running space centers, commanding the station, commanding spaceships and doing spacewalks. And, golly, gee whiz, every now and then there’s more than one woman in the same place.”

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