Students can communicate with the International Space Station via the Frontiers of Flight Museum.

Students can communicate with the International Space Station via the Frontiers of Flight Museum.

Ever wanted to communicate with space? Thanks to the Frontiers of Flight Museum, you have the chance.

On July 16, an astronaut stationed in space will be answering questions posed by local youth live at the museum. Only questions submitted by the end of the day today, June 27, by students age 17 and under will be included in this out-of-this-world presentation. But students must be present July 16 at the museum to ask their questions in person to be considered.

The museum adds, “Contact with the International Space Station is subject to operational considerations aboard the ISS and may be cancelled at any time.”

Click here to submit your question to space.


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