Students Gather In Philadelphia To Speak With Astronauts In Space


Students Gather In Philadelphia To Speak With Astronauts In Space

WASHINGTON – Elementary, center and high propagandize students will have a eventuality to pronounce with Expedition 31 moody engineers Don Pettit, Joseph Acaba and André Kuipers aboard a International Space Station during 10:35 a.m. EDT, Tuesday, Jun 26.

The eventuality will take place during Philadelphia University in Philadelphia. Media member are invited to attend. It will be promote live on NASA Television and embody video of a space hire residents.

The eventuality will be hosted by Destination Imagination, a non-profit classification that provides preparation programs for students to learn and knowledge creativity, teamwork and problem solving.

To attend a event, reporters contingency hit Michelle Griffith during 813-597-8187 or Philadelphia University is located during 4201 Henry Avenue.

Pettit, Kuipers, and Russian cosmonaut Oleg Konenenko arrived during a space hire on Dec. 23, 2011. Acaba and Russian cosmonauts Gennady Padalka and Sergei Revin finished a six-person organisation on May 17.

This in-flight preparation downlink is one in a array with educational organizations in a United States and abroad to urge science, technology, engineering and arithmetic (STEM) training and learning. It is an constituent member of NASA’s Teaching From Space preparation program, that promotes training opportunities and builds partnerships with a preparation village regulating a singular sourroundings of space and NASA’s tellurian spaceflight program.

The accurate time of a downlink could change. For NASA TV downlink, report and streaming video information, visit:

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For information about a International Space Station, visit:

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