Astronauts Call Ohio Students From Space Station

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Astronauts Call Ohio Students From Space Station

WASHINGTON — Students during Wickliffe Progressive Community School in Upper Arlington, Ohio, will pronounce with Expedition 32 moody operative Suni Williams aboard a International Space Station during 11:05 a.m. EDT, Tuesday, Aug. 28. Media member are invited to attend a event.

Students will ask NASA’s Williams questions about life, work and investigate aboard a orbiting space station. The eventuality will be promote live on NASA Television.

Reporters wishing to attend contingency hit Dan Donovan during dandonovan@uaschools.org or 614-487-5007 ext.1119 by 8:30 am Aug. 28. Wickliffe Progressive Community School is during 2405 Wickliffe Road in Upper Arlington.

NASA activities have been incorporated into classes during a propagandize in credentials for a review with Williams. Wickliffe uses training practices that are grounded in experiential and integrated curricular activities and lessons. Linking Wickliffe directly to a space hire wanderer will yield students with an authentic, live knowledge of space exploration, space study, and a systematic components of space transport and possibilities of life in space.

Williams, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency wanderer Aki Hoshide and Russian cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko, arrived during a space hire Jul 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 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:

http://www.nasa.gov/ntv

For information about NASA’s preparation programs, visit:

http://www.nasa.gov/education

For information about a International Space Station, visit:

http://www.nasa.gov/station

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