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NASA is sending African-American black astronaut to its International Space Station

NASA established in 1958 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) are an agency of United States federal government.

NASA is planning to send its first African-American black astronaut, to its International Space Station. Never a case arrived when an African-American group part was being sent to any global space station for operational purposes.

Jeanette Epps will be sent to the NASA’s universal space station in May 2018.

Jeanette Epps is a Technical Intelligence Officer at CIA. Jeanette Epps lives in New York, she had done aerospace engineering from the University of Maryland, USA.

Jeanette Epps has also worked at Ford Motor’s scientific research lab as a technical specialist before joining the CIA.

Jeanette Epps holds explore licenses in different zones that incorporate magnetostrictive actuators, car accident area recognition and countermeasure frameworks.

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