GALVESTON, Texas - This is one happy puppy.
NASA astronaut Christina Koch shared a video on Twitter of her dog welcoming her home after she spent nearly a year in space.
In the tweet, Koch writes, "Not sure who was more excited. Glad she remembers me after a year!"
Koch and two of her International Space Station crewmates touched down safely in Kazakhstan in the early morning hours of Thursday.
Koch completed a 328-day mission, nearly 11 months, onboard the space station before returning to Earth after NASA extended her mission last April.
Koch set a record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman, breaking the previous record set by former space station commander Peggy Whitson in 2016-17. Koch was also part of the first all-female spacewalking team in October.
This story was reported from Austin.