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US-Astronautin schwärmt über die Erde aus dem All
13.02.20

US-Astronautin schwärmt über die Erde aus dem All

Gerade erst ist Christina Koch nach 328 Tagen im All wieder auf der Erde angekommen. In einem Interview erzählt die US-Astronautin von den beeindruckendsten Momenten, die sie auf der Internationalen Raumstation ISS erlebt hat.

SHOTLIST HOUSTON, TEXAS, VEREINIGTE STAATEN18. OKTOBER 201912. FEBRUAR 2020QUELLEN: NASA TV, NASA TV1. Halbnahe Inside the ISS, two men prepare the two female astronauts to go outHOUSTON, TEXAS, VEREINIGTE STAATEN12. FEBRUAR 2020QUELLE: NASA TVEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: KEIN WEITERVERKAUF / NO RESALE2. O-TON 1 - Christina Koch, NASA-Astronautin (Frau, Englisch, 28 Sek.): '[On one of her most vivid moments in space]The one that really comes to mind is the first moment that I arrived at the space station. Having learned about the space station for so many years, having, you know, regarding it as this amazing place, where we're doing awesome science, to benefit the Earth, the one of a kind laboratory and to see that it was really real to sort of meet my new home for the next year was an incredible feeling. It was like something that had been discussed and trained on for so many years was actually come to life. And not only that but I got to float around in that place and that will just be something I'll never forget.' HOUSTON, TEXAS, VEREINIGTE STAATEN 18. OKTOBER 2019 12. FEBRUAR 2020 QUELLEN: NASA TV, NASA TV 3. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe the hands of one of the two astronauts 4. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe one of the astronauts in space 5. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe the hands of one of the two astronauts HOUSTON, TEXAS, VEREINIGTE STAATEN 12. FEBRUAR 2020 QUELLE: NASA TV 6. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe 7. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe IN SPACE, NICHT DEFINIERT HOUSTON, TEXAS, VEREINIGTE STAATEN 21. OKTOBER 2019 12. FEBRUAR 2020 QUELLEN: NASA TV, NASA TV 8. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe Jessica Meir and Christina Koch in the International Space Station (ISS) IN SPACE, NICHT DEFINIERT HOUSTON, TEXAS, VEREINIGTE STAATEN 6. FEBRUAR 2020 12. FEBRUAR 2020 QUELLE: NASA TV 9. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov, American astronaut Christina Koch and Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano entering the Soyuz spacecraft INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION, IN SPACE, NICHT DEFINIERT HOUSTON, TEXAS, VEREINIGTE STAATEN 15. JANUAR 2020 12. FEBRUAR 2020 QUELLE: NASA TV 10. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe US astronaut carrying out repairs during a spacewalk at the International Space Station as second astronaut emerges from hatch INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION, IN SPACE, NICHT DEFINIERTHOUSTON, TEXAS, VEREINIGTE STAATEN25. SEPTEMBER 201912. FEBRUAR 2020QUELLE: NASA TV11. Halbnahe Planet Earth seen from Space StationHOUSTON, TEXAS, VEREINIGTE STAATEN12. FEBRUAR 2020QUELLE: NASA TVEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: KEIN WEITERVERKAUF / NO RESALE12. O-TON 2 - Christina Koch, NASA astronaut (Frau, English, 1 Sek.): 'I opened it up and wouldn't you know, there was Earth. And it just looked exactly like you might see in the pictures, expect way more brighter, way more real, and I literally exclaimed, I just said: 'Oh my goodness'. And of course, that's not the right thing to say in a spacecraft when, you know, you could be noticing anything not going well, so the very next thing out of my mouth to Nick (Hague, astronaut, ed) and Alexei (Ovchinin, cosmonaut, ed) was: 'Everything is OK. It's just Earth.' But it was phenomenal. It was that moment where I realized that, you know, this was real and that I had left our planet.'13. O-TON 3 - Christina Koch, NASA-Astronautin (Frau, Englisch, 30 Sek.): 'I opened it up and wouldn't you know, there was Earth. And it just looked exactly like you might see in the pictures, expect way more brighter, way more real, and I literally exclaimed, I just said: 'Oh my goodness'. And of course, that's not the right thing to say in a spacecraft when, you know, you could be noticing anything not going well, so the very next thing out of my mouth to Nick (Hague, astronaut, ed) and Alexei (Ovchinin, cosmonaut, ed) was: 'Everything is OK. It's just Earth.' But it was phenomenal. It was that moment where I realized that, you know, this was real and that I had left our planet.' INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION, IN SPACE, NICHT DEFINIERT HOUSTON, TEXAS, VEREINIGTE STAATEN 15. JANUAR 2020 12. FEBRUAR 2020 QUELLE: NASA TV 14. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe US astronaut carrying out repairs during a spacewalk at the International Space Station 15. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe US astronaut carrying out repairs during a spacewalk at the International Space Station 16. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe US astronaut carrying out repairs during a spacewalk at the International Space Station INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION, IN SPACE, NICHT DEFINIERT HOUSTON, TEXAS, VEREINIGTE STAATEN 15. JANUAR 2020 12. FEBRUAR 2

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