First Black Crew Member On The Space Station


Ladies and gents meet Victor J. Glover, the first African American to be space craft aboard the International Space Station. Spectators were elated after seeing the Astronaut board the space craft on Sunday November 15th, 2020. Glover a Navy commander and test pilot was with the astronaut corps for more than 5 years. Watch as fans see off Glover and other Astronauts boarding SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule also called "Resilience."

More firsts from NASA also include Mae Jemison who was the first Black woman in 1992.