Jeanette Epps, NASA's First Black ISS Crew Member

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According to a press release, NASA first-flight astronaut Jeanette Epps will be the first African-American space station crew member when she embarks on her first space flight in May 2018 as a flight engineer on Expedition 56. Epps will also remain on board the station for Expedition 57.


Jeanette Epps will be NASA's 1st African-American International Space Station crew member. Epps, 47, will take flight May 2018 as flight engineer on Expedition 56 and will remain on board the station for Expedition 57. #Salute #GirlPower #BlackHistory #WomenInHistory #History @DrDetroitRadio

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