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ISS: NASA astronauts mark US inauguration day in space00:34

ISS: NASA astronauts mark US inauguration day in space

International Space Station, International Space Station
January 21, 2021 at 03:52 GMT +00:00 · Published

NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and the US crew of Expedition 64 marked the inauguration of the new US presidency with an address from the International Space Station on Wednesday.

"Just as we're celebrating two decades of global cooperation in space, it's truly an honour for us to celebrate America today as we unite for this historic inaugural tradition," Rubins said.

She was joined by Shannon Walker, Victor J. Glover Jr and Michael S Hopkins in delivering the address, roughly 200 miles (321 km) above Earth.

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NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and the US crew of Expedition 64 marked the inauguration of the new US presidency with an address from the International Space Station on Wednesday.

"Just as we're celebrating two decades of global cooperation in space, it's truly an honour for us to celebrate America today as we unite for this historic inaugural tradition," Rubins said.

She was joined by Shannon Walker, Victor J. Glover Jr and Michael S Hopkins in delivering the address, roughly 200 miles (321 km) above Earth.