Future Aerospace students had the opportunity to speak live with an International Space Station Mission Controller at the Johnson Space Center via satellite with Seattle Washington's Museum of Flight. During the collaborative event between Destination Station, a traveling exhibit and the Aerospace Camp Experience and NASA, the students of various elementary, middle school and high schools had the opportunity to ask questions about living and working in space.
NASA DLN broadcasts are connecting students around the country with the live mission operations being conducted by the International Space Station Flight Control Team. Typically, ISS flight controllers, astronauts and scientists answer student's questions about living and working in space including experiments and science related projects, how the Houston mission control center operates, and a wealth of other topics related to Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
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