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First Black Woman in the World to Travel to Space is in Nairobi, Says What Happens Outside Universe

Today, citizen tv journalist Victoria Rubadiri interviewed the first Black Woman to travel to Space in the world. During the interview which took place in Nairobi, Dr Mae Jenison revealed how she made it to the Space as an Astronaut.

According to a video shared by citizen tv on Twitter, Dr Mae said that she grew up and studied in Chicago. She revealed that during her learning in school, she was aggressive and passionate to study several fields including engineering, politics, music & dances among others.

Dr Mae further narrated that she joined NASA with a passion of going into Space like other scientists. She was among the astronauts who traveled to Space in 1992.

She told the journalists that life in space was quite interesting and she recorded alot of information which helped her feature in several award winning records later.

Here is the link to watch the interview. https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1599115353014927361?t=KI3eBD8CeDUPtkzdyUJ4nw&s=19

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