Watch Astronaut Christina Koch Reunite With Her Dog After a Year Apart

WATCH Astronaut welcomed home by excited pooch after a year in space

News WATCH Astronaut welcomed home by excited pooch after a year in space Christina Koch

NASA astronaut Christina Koch recently returned to Earth after 328 days in space, breaking the record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman.

Koch's return to Earth.

After spending nearly an entire year on the International Space Station, astronaut Christina Koch was finally reunited with her dog this week.

So grab a tissue and watch the "dog and owner reunion video" light years ahead of any others.

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Koch returned to her Galveston, Texas, home three days after landing in Kazakhstan from a 328-day mission to the International Space Station, The Associated Press reported.

She spent almost a year working at the International Space Station.

"I kind of forgot I was floating until a new crew would come and they'd be so excited about floating", she said. "It's just a symbol of coming back to the people and places that you love, to see your favorite animal".

"My main message to anyone who has a dream is to follow your passions", she said.

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Koch's extended mission will help researchers observe the effects of a long-duration spaceflight on a woman as NASA plans to send the first woman to the moon in 2024 and prepare for human exploration on Mars. The Livingston resident made history with the longest space flight by a woman astronaut and the first all-female space walk.

Koch tweeted the video late Thursday, and it starts with the dog pawing at the door and whipping its tail when it sees her through a window.

This time, when she saw the ocean, she wasn't floating above it 200 miles away in space.

"In space, your heart becomes rounder. because there's no gravity to pump against", Prof.

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Christina Koch met with reporters in Houston six days after returning to Earth from the International Space Station.

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