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A NASA astronaut is adjusting well to life back on earth falling almost a year at the international space station Christina cook told reporters she feels great although it's taken some time to get her balance back the physical act of walking with something to get used to but she also talked about the first thing she did when she arrived back home reunite with my dog which was wonderful it was she was very excited and then we took a family trip to the beach so you know feelings of just being back near the ocean and some of those things that I miss so much cook returned to earth a week ago after setting the record for the longest single space flight by a woman at three hundred twenty eight days between the scales news ninety six point five