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Sian Proctor, the first Black woman to pilot a spacecraft, says the most memorable moment from her three days in orbit aboard the first all-civilian Inspiration4 mission was the view of Earth.

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"Because I went up not only just as a scientist, but also as an artist and poet, to me the Earth became this kind of living painting — this moving, swirling ball," she tells host A Martinez. "I just couldn't get enough."


3-min podcast--worth your time IMO.

https://www.npr.org/2021/09/24/1040353478/sian-proctors-hist...
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