Thirty-three-year-old astronaut Jessica Watkins will spend six months up in the cosmos working as a mission specialist on NASA's SpaceX Crew-4. She will be the first Black woman to step foot in the International Space Station.
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Astronaut Jessica Watkins will make history as the first Black woman to join an international space station crew.
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