NASA astronaut Kate Rubins has voted from the International space station 200 miles above the earth.
The election season is underway in the United States. Who will take over the White House for the next four years will be decided on November 3. Tensions are surely running high among voters.
However, Rubins could not join, because now she is an American voter who location out of the world.
Rubins said she voted from the International Space Station (ISS) just last week.
Rubins has voted from space before. She was also in the ISS during the 2016 US presidential election.
Rubins launched a new mission this month with two Russian astronauts. She will be in space for a total of six months as part of Expedition 74, according to US media CNN.
From the International Space Station: I voted today
— Kate Rubins pic.twitter.com/DRdjwSzXwy
— NASA Astronauts (@NASA_Astronauts) October 22, 2020