North Carolina Students To Talk Live With NASA Space Station Astronaut

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North Carolina Students To Talk Live With NASA Space Station Astronaut

WASHINGTON — Students and teachers from a Triangle area of North Carolina will pronounce with NASA Expedition 34 moody operative Tom Marshburn aboard a International Space Station during 10:15 a.m. EST, Tuesday, Feb. 5. The space-to-ground review will be open to news media and carried live on NASA Television and a agency’s website.

Students will accumulate during a North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences to ask wanderer Marshburn questions about life, work and investigate aboard a orbiting laboratory, where he arrived in Dec and will sojourn until May. Marshburn formerly flew aboard space convey Endeavour on goal STS-127 in 2009.

To attend a event, reporters contingency hit Jonathon Pishney during jonathon.pishney@naturalsciences.org or 919-733-7450, ext. 304. The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is located during 11 West Jones St. in Raleigh.

NASA activities have been incorporated into classes during internal schools in credentials for a review with a space hire astronaut. Linking students directly to a astronauts aboard a hire provides them with an authentic, live knowledge of space exploration, space investigate and a systematic components of space transport and possibilities of life in space. The museum also has crafted teacher veteran growth activities for a teachers participating in a event.

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.

For NASA TV report and video streaming information, revisit

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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North Carolina Students To Talk Live With NASA Space Station Astronaut

MEDIA ADVISORY
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M13-025

North Carolina Students To Talk Live With NASA Space Station Astronaut

WASHINGTON — Students and teachers from a Triangle area of North Carolina will pronounce with NASA Expedition 34 moody operative Tom Marshburn aboard a International Space Station during 10:15 a.m. EST, Tuesday, Feb. 5. The space-to-ground review will be open to news media and carried live on NASA Television and a agency’s website.

Students will accumulate during a North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences to ask wanderer Marshburn questions about life, work and investigate aboard a orbiting laboratory, where he arrived in Dec and will sojourn until May. Marshburn formerly flew aboard space convey Endeavour on goal STS-127 in 2009.

To attend a event, reporters contingency hit Jonathon Pishney during jonathon.pishney@naturalsciences.org or 919-733-7450, ext. 304. The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is located during 11 West Jones St. in Raleigh.

NASA activities have been incorporated into classes during internal schools in credentials for a review with a space hire astronaut. Linking students directly to a astronauts aboard a hire provides them with an authentic, live knowledge of space exploration, space investigate and a systematic components of space transport and possibilities of life in space. The museum also has crafted teacher veteran growth activities for a teachers participating in a event.

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.

For NASA TV report and video streaming information, revisit

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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