Iowa Students Speak Live With NASA Space Station Astronauts Jan. 25
WASHINGTON — Students in Davenport, Iowa, will pronounce with NASA Expedition 34 astronauts Kevin Ford and Tom Marshburn, now aboard a International Space Station, during 1 p.m. EST Friday, Jan. 25. This educational eventuality will take place during a Putnam Museum of History and Natural Science and be carried live on NASA Television and a agency’s website.
Media member are invited to attend and watch as students ask a astronauts questions about life, work and investigate aboard a orbiting laboratory. Interested media contingency hit Jenna Smith during email@example.com or 563-324-1054 ext. 210. The Putnam Museum is located during 1717 W. 12th St. in Davenport.
NASA activities have been incorporated into classes during internal schools in credentials for a air-to-ground review with a astronauts. Linking students directly to a astronauts aboard a hire provides them with an authentic, live knowledge of space exploration, space study, and a scholarship of space travel, and a possibilities of life in space.
This in-flight preparation downlink is one in a array with educational organizations in a United States to urge training and training in a areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM. 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.
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