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Vice President Kamala Harris calls NASA astronaut on International Space Station – Space.com

“The history-making you are doing, we are so proud of you,” Harris said.

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U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris made a cosmic call to the International Space Station last week to celebrate the milestone spaceflight of NASA astronaut Victor Glover in orbit.
The call, which NASA and the White House released on YouTube Saturday (Feb. 27), came amid Black History Month, as Glover is midway through a six-month flight to the space station. He is the first Black astronaut to fly a long-duration mission to the station. 
“Victor, it is so great to see you,” an excited Harris said…

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