WATCH: NASA’s Expedition 61 Crew Talks About What Thanksgiving Means to Them

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NASA’s Christina Koch, Jessica Meir and Andrew Morgan

ABOVE VIDEO: Right now, half of the crew members onboard the International Space Station are American astronauts who are getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving, and they have a message for us.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Right now, half of the crew members onboard the International Space Station are American astronauts who are getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving, and they have a message for us.

Check in with NASA’s Christina Koch, Jessica Meir and Andrew Morgan, to learn more about what the holiday means to them and get a look at what Thanksgiving in space will be like in 2019.

Expedition 61 is the 61st and current Expedition to the International Space Station, which began on 3 October 2019 with the undocking of the Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft.

The Expedition is commanded by ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano, who became the third European and first Italian astronaut to command the ISS.

Check in with NASA’s Christina Koch, Jessica Meir and Andrew Morgan, to learn more about what the holiday means to them and get a look at what Thanksgiving in space will be like in 2019.
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