1. Wanted: New astronauts for Nasa Moon mission  BBC News
  2. Space record holder down to Earth | Cruise ship waits to dock: WATCH the top world news videos for today  News24
  3. Christina Koch having no problems re-adapting to Earth after record space flight  Spaceflight Now
  4. Will record-setting NASA astronaut Christina Koch be the 1st woman on the moon?  Space.com
  5. Astronaut Christina Koch reflects on her record-breaking mission: 'Do what scares you'  CNN
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The US space agency is looking for new astronauts to join future missions to the Moon and Mars.The US space agency is looking for new astronauts to join future missions to the Moon and Mars.

Wanted: New astronauts for Nasa Moon mission - BBC News

Christina Koch having no problems re-adapting to Earth after record space flight – Spaceflight Now

This lists reveals the strangest things that have been sent into space.From Legos to pizza, this list of space oddities will have you thinking "How have they managed to end up there?"

The strangest things sent into space | Space

Record-setting female astronaut talks life on Earth | US cruise ship arrives in Cambodia waters, waits to dock; here are the top world news videos. WATCH.Record-setting female astronaut talks life on Earth | US cruise ship arrives in Cambodia waters, waits to dock; here are the top world news videos. WATCH.

Space record holder down to Earth | Cruise ship waits to dock: WATCH the top world news videos for today | News24

“Astronaut @astro_christina said she's a bit sore but adjusting well to life back on Earth after nearly 11 months orbiting above it in the longest single spaceflight by a woman. We spoke with Koch about breaking the celestial glass ceiling and her advice to aspiring astronauts. https://t.co/JjwDs4nXlD”

Norah O'Donnell🇺🇸 on Twitter: "Astronaut @astro_christina said she's a bit sore but adjusting well to life back on Earth after nearly 11 months orbiting above it in the longest single spaceflight by a woman. We spoke with Koch about breaking the celestial glass ceiling and her advice to aspiring astronauts.… https://t.co/ysHAbWOeTO"

“"I feel great!" After a record-setting 328 days in space, Astronaut Christina Koch talks about adjusting to gravity and life back on earth! The first thing she ate? Chips and salsa! 😋 https://t.co/QFOfeypj5o”

Karli Barnett on Twitter: ""I feel great!" After a record-setting 328 days in space, Astronaut Christina Koch talks about adjusting to gravity and life back on earth! The first thing she ate? Chips and salsa! 😋 https://t.co/QFOfeypj5o"

“"Focus on the things you have that you will never have again, rather than the things you don’t have.“ —@Astro_Christina on spending 328 days on the Int. Space Station”

Kaitlin Monte 𝔽𝕆𝕏𝟚𝟞 on Twitter: ""Focus on the things you have that you will never have again, rather than the things you don’t have.“ —@Astro_Christina on spending 328 days on the Int. Space Station"

“Welcome home, Christina! 👩🚀 The record-breaking astronaut who lives in Galveston explained the first thing she did when she came home. @Astro_Christina https://t.co/z1lVIziWjJ”

Steve Campion on Twitter: "Welcome home, Christina! 👩🚀 The record-breaking astronaut who lives in Galveston explained the first thing she did when she came home. @Astro_Christina https://t.co/z1lVIziWjJ"

The Artemis mission aims to send astronauts and payloads to the surface of the moon to begin building a Lunar outpost.The Artemis mission aims to send astronauts and payloads to the surface of the moon to begin building a Lunar outpost.

NASA requests $35 billion budget increase for moon-landing mission - Business Insider

NASA's new record-setting astronaut said Wednesday that aside from sore muscles and trouble with balance, she's readjusting well to gravity after nearly 11 months in space.

Record-setting astronaut feels good after near year in space

The West Michigan native who set two records in space said she has adjusted well to being back on earth. The West Michigan native who set two records in space said she has adjusted well to being back on earth.

Koch: W MI family provided ‘moral lighthouses’ | WOODTV.com

NASA expects thousands of astronaut applications after it starts to accept them March 2, with enthusiasm fueled by the much anticipated return to human spaceflight this year.NASA expects thousands of astronaut applications after it starts to accept them March 2, with enthusiasm fueled by the much anticipated return to human spaceflight this year.

NASA expects thousands to apply for astronaut jobs ahead of moon missions - UPI.com

Calling all Buzz Aldrin wannabes—NASA is looking for you. Florida Today reports that the space agency will soon be accepting applications from the general public to vie for a spot in the next... Science News Summaries. | NewserNASA has put out a call to the general public for applications

NASA Accepting Applications to Become an Astronaut From General Public

NASA's Christina Koch has said that aside from sore muscles and trouble with balance, she's readjusting well from a 328-day stay in space - the longest ever achieved by a female astronaut.NASA's Christina Koch has said that aside from sore muscles and trouble with balance, she's readjusting well from a 328-day stay in space - the longest ever achieved by a female astronaut.

Record-setting astronaut feels great after near year in space | Daily Mail Online

Christina Koch returned from the International Space Station after 328 days - the longest space mission by a woman.Christina Koch returned from the International Space Station after 328 days - the longest space mission by a woman.

Record-breaking NASA astronaut Christina Koch 'felt like a baby' after 11 months in space | US News | Sky News

Koch, who graduated NC State, completed three all-women spacewalks during her time on the International Space Station. Koch, who graduated from NC State, completed three all-women spacewalks during her time on the International Space Station.

NASA astronaut Christina Koch hold press conference after returning from historic mission

Michigan-born astronaut reflects on time in space, adjustment to earth

North Carolina astronaut Christina Koch says she is dealing with sore muscles as she adjusts to gravity after setting the record for the longest spaceflight by a woman.North Carolina astronaut Christina Koch says she is dealing with sore muscles as she adjusts to gravity after setting the record for the longest spaceflight by a woman.

NASA astronaut Christina Koch reflects on return home from record-breaking mission | abc11.com

NASA astronaut Christina Koch says that boredom was never a problem during her record-breaking 328-day stint on the International Space Station (ISS).NASA astronaut Christina Koch says that boredom was never a problem during her record-breaking 328-day stint on the International Space Station (ISS).