The students of schools from West Hollywood, California will hear from NASA astronauts from the International Space station. The Space to Earth call will live on NASA Television, the NASA app and the website on 24th January, Noon.
NASA Astronauts Answer Pre Recorded Questions
The students of grade preschools through sixth at the Center for Early Education have pre-recorded their questions. These answers will be answered by NASA astronauts Kayla Barron and Mark Vande Hei. The event will tell about the curricular activities students have engaged in, to pursue their curiosity about space exploration directly by NASA astronauts.
This virtual event will connect the students directly to the NASA professionals aboard the space station. It will provide unique and authentic experiences designed to increase students’ learning, interest and performance in science, mathematics and technology.
NASA Mission Control Center Communicates With the Astronauts
Astronauts that live in space aboard the orbiting laboratory are in touch with NASA’s Mission Control Center in Houston throughout the day. This communication is done with Space Network’s Tracking and Data Relay Satellites (TDRS).
The astronauts have lived and worked on the space station, testing technologies, developing skills and performing science for 21 years.
The Artemis Generation sends astronauts to Mars and the Moon for exploration. It also ensures that Americans will continue to lead in space discovery and exploration.
The videos and the lesson plans of the research on the International Space Station can be viewed at: https://www.nasa.gov/stemonstation
NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA is a U.S. government agency that started in 1957. The agency is responsible for science and technology related to air and space.