NASA’s First All-Female Spacewalk Will Happen During Women’s History Month [Video]

According to Huffington Post, NASA plans to conduct its first all-female spacewalk later in March during Women’s History Month.

NASA told HuffPost on Wednesday that the International Space Station spacewalk, part of Expedition 59, is scheduled for March 29, and will include astronauts Anne McClain and Christina Koch, as well as Jackie Kagey as the lead EVA, or spacewalk, flight controller.

The spacewalk will last around seven hours. The on-the-ground flight control team at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston will include lead flight director Mary Lawrence and NASA engineer Kristen Facciol.

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