ATLANTA – The only two Americans who literally do not live from this world wish the country a happy Independence Day and it's probably the best Christmas message of all time.
Christina Koch and Nick Hague of NASA fly 250 miles above us. But they still put on their best red, white, and blue clothes to film their video and hovered the microphone between them. The two have been in space since March.
"As we circle our planet high above you, we want to take a moment to wish all Americans at home and around the world a very happy fourth of July," Koch said.
It seems all over the world and over the world.
1; Christina H Cook (@Astro_Christina) 4 July 2019
Wear our red, white and blue on @Space_Station ! 🇺🇸
Plan a "cookout" tonight. Beef patties, corn, blueberry cobbler and lemonade are on the menu – delicious and ready in less than 15 minutes. Hoping to catch fireworks from the window later. Happy # 4thofJuly from space! pic.twitter.com/Fsr8Tq5CnT – Nick Hague (@AstroHague) 4 July 2019
The two praise the American "certainty and imagination" by transcending scientific boundaries An exciting time for space travel in America.
"From the completion of the first flight in the commercial occupation program to the unveiling of the bold plan to send the first wife and the next man to the moon by 2024, this is a unique event moment in history, when we turn our eyes to the Heaven and Heaven and be proud to be American, "Hague said.