'It's surreal': First Black astronaut on long-term stay at ISS
NASA astronaut and pilot Victor Glover, who is the first Black astronaut to embark on a long-term stay at the International Space Station, said the experience of being in orbit and seeing Earth was "surreal."
Spacewalking astronauts venture out of the International Space Station to install support frames for new, high-efficiency solar panels arriving later this year.Nasa’s Kate Rubins and Victor Glover were carrying out the work.
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