The first black woman to go to the space station

NASA astronaut Jessica Watkins. He is scheduled to go to the International Space Station next year. Jessica is going to make history through this. If all goes well, she will be the first black female astronaut in history to fly to the International Space Station.

Jessica will leave for the International Space Station in April 2022, according to NBC News. He will be accompanied by two NASA astronauts Kegel Lindgren and Robert Hines and European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Christophoretti. They will take part in the research from the International Space Station.

Jessica is a geologist. He graduated from Stanford University. Jessica later took a higher degree from the University of California, Los Angeles. In 2016, he was selected as a NASA astronaut.
US astronaut Victor J. Glover visited the International Space Station last year. He was the first black astronaut to go to the International Space Station. Jessica is waiting to be the first black woman to go to the space station. He is also involved with NASA’s lunar mission project. She is preparing to be the first woman to land on the moon by 2025.

However, before Glover and Jessica, the first black person from NASA was supposed to go to space. In 2016, NASA announced his name as an astronaut. However, his name was dropped less than six months before the scheduled departure of the International Space Station. However, NASA has not revealed the reason. After the incident, Zenette Apes’ brother accused NASA of racism.

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