Live interview from ISS with first Native American woman in space


(AP) — Two weeks after rocketing into orbit, the first Native American woman in space will discuss her heritage, her mission, and her push for diversity on and off Mother Earth.

NASA astronaut and Marine Col. Nicole Mann, a member of the Wailacki of the Round Valley Indian Tribes in California, is set to address all this and more from the International Space Station.

The live interview with The Associated Press, which collected questions from members and tribal news outlets across the U.S., will be sent out by NASA and livestreamed within this story at approximately 11:40 a.m.

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