Today we’re viewing the world and the corona crisis from a unique perspective - from outer space.
Nicole Stott says that mankind needs to act like space station crew members in this crisis, working together. She is one of the very few female astronauts who have seen the world from outer space - and she is even a spacewalker. She worked at NASA for 27 years as an engineer in a number of positions. She completed two space flights in 2009 and 2011 and also spent time on the International Space Station. Stott was born in Albany, New York, but she now lives with her husband and their son in St. Petersburg, Florida. There, Stott once started her extraordinary career at St. Petersburg College, studying aviation administration at the Aeronautical University. After that, she received her M.S. in Engineering Management from the University of Central Florida.