Astronaut Jessica Meir celebrates Hanukkah from space

Astronaut Jessica Meir celebrates Hanukkah from space

Astronaut Jessica Meir celebrates Hanukkah from space

American Jewish NASA astronaut Jessica Meir tweeted a "Happy Hanukkah" message from the International Space Station on Sunday. The celebration from her revealed as she posts a picture in her Twitter account.

Perhaps for this reason, for her messageMeir opted for a picture of her feet wrapped in a pair of entertaining socks featuring pink menorahs and green stars of David on a blue background.

However, an exceptional Hanukkah greeting was even able to transcend the Earth's borders. In that picture, you can see that you can see the Earth beneath her feet.

As Jessica Meir posts and wishes everyone on Earth for Hanukkah, she has stated in the post too.

Meir and fellow astronaut Christina Koch conducted the first all-female spacewalk outside of the International Space Station in October.

Meir is the fourth woman of Jewish heritage to be part of a space mission. Then he fought in the War of Independence for the country in the year 1948 and later became a doctor as well.

Meir, the daughter of an Israeli doctor who moved to Sweden and later to the United States, joined the crew of the ISS in September.

One person replied to the post: "can you take a photo of Manhattan up there?" The spacewalk took seven hours.

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