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WATCH: NASA astronaut reunites with dog after 328 days in space -Salem

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KENNY: AN ASTRONAUT WHO GRADUATED FROM N.C. STATE SPENT NEARLY A YEAR WATCHING EARLY FROM THE INTERNATIONAL SPA STATION. BRIANA: CHRISTINA KOCH RECENTLY CAME HOME AND REUNITED WITH HER DOG. AND NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES YOU SEE THIS VIDEO IT WILL NEVER GET OLD. KENNY: ’LITTLE BROWN DOG’ OR LBD FOR SHORT GETS SO EXCITED WITH HE SEES KOCH. SHE SAYS SHE’S JUST GLAD HER DOG REMEMBERS HER AFTER SPENDING SO MUCH TIME IN SPACE THAT IS FANTASTIC JUST BOUNCING BACK AND FORTH FOR LOVE

WATCH: NASA astronaut reunites with dog after 328 days in space

An astronaut who graduated from North Carolina State University spent nearly a year watching earth from the International Space Station. Christina Koch recently came home and reunited with her dog, Little Brown Dog, and no matter how many times you see this video — it will never get old. Click the player above to see clip of the reunionLittle Brown Dog, or LBD, was really excited to see Koch. She said she’s just glad her dog remembers her after spending so much time in space. Koch came home after a 328-day mission aboard the International Space Station. It is the longest spaceflight ever for a woman. The astronaut said that the first things she did when she got home were to reunite with her dog and take a family trip to the beach.

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. —

An astronaut who graduated from North Carolina State University spent nearly a year watching earth from the International Space Station.

Christina Koch recently came home and reunited with her dog, Little Brown Dog, and no matter how many times you see this video — it will never get old.

Click the player above to see clip of the reunion

Little Brown Dog, or LBD, was really excited to see Koch. She said she’s just glad her dog remembers her after spending so much time in space.

Koch came home after a 328-day mission aboard the International Space Station. It is the longest spaceflight ever for a woman. The astronaut said that the first things she did when she got home were to reunite with her dog and take a family trip to the beach.

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