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NASA Released The First-Ever Mom To Use Discovery Shuttle To Fly In Space

May 16, 2017 06:27 AM EDT

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As the world continues to celebrate the Mother's day, NASA released a news of one supermom, Anna Lee Fisher. She is the first-ever mom to use Discovery shuttle to fly in space.

According to gathered reports, Anna Lee Fisher, the first-ever mom to use Discovery shuttle to fly in space, just gave birth to her oldest daughter. In an interview from NASA video, she said that two weeks before she gave birth to her child she was called to travel and explore the outer space.

While on the other hand, Anna Lee Fisher, the first-ever mom to use Discovery shuttle to fly in space also explained that being a mom and a trainee of NASA astronauts at the same time weren't an easy task. However, she is convinced that she is committed to fulfilling such mission despite the pressure she is experiencing.

In a report from Space, Anna Lee Fisher, the first-ever mom to use Discovery shuttle to fly in space that this mission will not be possible without the help of the people around her. In fact, she said that when she was in NASA's mission, her daughter was taken care by a lady she trusts.

All in all, Anna Lee Fisher, the first-ever mom to use Discovery shuttle to fly in space was able to complete 192 hours travel in outer sphere. At the same time, one of her great deed in NASA was that she once became the Chief of the Astronaut Office's Space Station branch and worked in Orion spacecraft.

However, Anna Lee Fisher, the first-ever mom to use Discovery shuttle to fly in space ended her three decades of duty at NASA last month. As of this moment, she has been the last member of the first team of space shuttle rocketeer.

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