Christina Koch breaks record in space
Christina Koch breaks record in space | Christina Koch became the first woman to remain in space for longer. The good news for those interested in science and space research before the end of 2019 is that Christina Koch, a 40-year-old astronaut from the United States, has consistently set a new record for living longer in space.
On December 28, 2019, the US astronaut completed 289 days of continuous stay in space. Earlier, American woman Peggy Watson had the longest record of living in space for 288 days. But now Christina Koch, 40, has the honor of being in space for almost nine months in a row and has the honor of walking outside the World Space Station this year. Kristina Koch walked out of the World Space Station in October this year with fellow astronaut Jessica Mir. She was the first and only woman to walk outside the World Space Station and repair the outer space of the space station. Earlier, a male astronaut was sent along with women in such missions.
According to the space science website, Space Christina Koch recorded the highest living space in a continuous space on December 28, 2019, at 6pm. Despite making the record, Christina Koch will remain in space for next year and will return to Earth in early February 2020. Although Kristina Koch now holds the record for the longest time in space, American astronaut Peggy Watson, who has spent 665 days in space, still holds the record for the longest stay in space. Peggy Watson spent a total of 665 days going into space at different times, but she no longer had a record of spending more time in space, and she now came in second on the list with 288 days. Peggy Watson, 58, sailed for the first time with the other two astronauts on November 18, 2016, via the Russian spacecraft Soyuz from Kazakhstan’s Beknore space station and landed in Central Kazakhstan September 3, 2017.