Christina Koch is on her way to become the first woman to spend the maximum amount of time aboard the International Space Station (ISS). After getting an extension on her stay, the NASA astronaut will spend a nearly 11 months (328 days) in space and set a record “for the longest single spaceflight by a woman” by staying amidst freezing temperatures, vacuum and stars. She will fall short of the overall American record by Scott Kelly, who stayed in the space for a total of 340 days in 2015-16.
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