NASA Astronaut Shane Kimbrough and Astronaut from Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) Akihiko Hoshide will link to the students.
Students from Harlem Link Charter School will get the chance to hear from Astronauts of the International Space Station this week. The Space to Earth call will be aired on 9th July at 12:40 pm live on NASA television, NASA App, and on Agency’s official website.
NASA Astronaut Shane Kimbrough and JAXA’s Astronaut Akihiko Hoshide will answer the questions of students from Harlem Link Charter school.
(JAXA Astronauts are responsible for research, technology development, and launch of satellites into orbit and are involved in advanced missions such as asteroid exploration and possible human exploration on the Moon.)
About Harlem’s School
Harlem Link charter school is the school from kindergarten to Class 5 level Chartered school which has provided educational services to Harlem’s people since 2005. Schools also provide certain facilities like residencies and provision of curriculum facilities to the poor families suffering from financial crises. It enrolls students on a rolling basis, whether they may be multilingual learners, have special education needs, or need extra academic intervention.
About Students link to ISS
Students linked to the space station’s Astronauts are provided with the best experiences in the subjects of Science, technology, engineering, and maths. Students may ask questions about the outer world and its linkage with the earth and gain further knowledge about outer life. Students will be given the platform from where they learn the features of the Space world and their importance.
Astronauts from the orbitary laboratory used to remain in contact with Houston’s mission control center 24 hours a day through the space network’s tracking and data relay satellites. The mission control center constantly monitors the space station and sends messages each day through voice or email with new instructions or plans to assist crew members.
Astronauts to discuss about Space Station and Outer world
Astronauts linked to the students live and share valuable knowledge and are viewed to the world their roles and responsibilities on ISS. Astronauts have different tasks as they orbit Earth. The space station is designed to be the permanent orbiting research facility. The station team spends their day and night working on scientific experiments that certainly require efforts as well as monitoring those that are controlled from the ground. They also take part in medical experiments to examine how well their bodies are adjusting to living in microgravity for long periods of time.
Astronauts will then share the objectives of NASA’s Artemis program to the world.
Astronauts have been living in the space world for more than 20 years. They have to live there for various research purposes. As they are employed for research in technology, observation on the scientific functioning, and experience in search of life other than the Earth, the existence of life on Mars or elsewhere, and systems on Moon. NASA has planned to send the first woman and first person of color on the moon’s surface through NASA’S Artemis program using innovative technologies to explore more of the lunar surface than ever before.
This must be the first sustainable exploration. This is to build more elements on and around the moon that allow robots and astronauts to explore more and conduct more scientific experiments than ever before. It is to inspire the explorers of the next generation and this will reflect the Americans’ continuous struggle in research on the space world and various discoveries.