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Livingston resident makes history on all-female spacewalk – KULR-TV

A NASA astronaut making history most recently called Livingston, Montana home – before she moved to space.

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A NASA astronaut making history most recently called Livingston, Montana home – before she moved to space.
Christina Koch is part of the first all-female team to go on a spacewalk on Friday. 
Koch’s NASA bio says she grew up in Michigan and most recently lived in Livingston, Montana.
She’s currently working aboard the International Space Station and is on track to set the record for longest spaceflight by a woman: 328 days.
NASA’s bio says her career has included stints at the South Pole: 

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