Three NASA space travelers will take an interest in a live media video chat at 10:45 a.m. EDT Friday, April 10. The video chat will stream on NASA TV and the organization’s site.
Campaign 62 flight engineers Chris Cassidy, Jessica Meir, and Andrew Morgan will be accessible to respond to inquiries from the circle. The recorded video of the group dealing with the International Space Station will air at 10:30 a.m.
Because of time restrictions, intrigued media must RSVP to Johnson’s newsroom at 281-483-5111 no later than 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 8. Questions can likewise be submitted ahead of time to @space_station utilizing the hashtag #askNASA.
Meir and Morgan are planned to get back to Earth Friday, April 17.
Morgan propelled July 20, 2019, for an all-inclusive length strategic. Meir and Expedition 62 officer Oleg Skripochka propelled to the space station onboard a Soyuz shuttle on Sept. 25, 2019. It is the principal spaceflight for both Morgan and Meir. Morgan, who thinks about New Castle, Pennsylvania, to be his old neighborhood, has taken part in six spacewalks, including four to help fix an enormous beam locator try called the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer. Meir, who is from Caribou, Maine, took an interest in the initial three all-lady spacewalks.
Cassidy and his Expedition 63 crewmates, Roscosmos cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner, are planned to dispatch and show up at the space station Thursday, April 9. Cassidy, who thinks about York, Maine, to be his old neighborhood, will become the leader of Expedition 63 when Meir, Morgan, and Skripochka get back.
The video chat will occur on Cassidy’s first day on his subsequent spaceflight,
Meir’s 199th day in space during her strategic, Morgan’s 266th day in space, setting him fourth on the rundown of American space explorers for complete-time in space during one spaceflight.
For right around 20 years, people have lived and worked constantly onboard the International Space Station, progressing logical information and exhibiting new innovations, making research leaps forward unrealistic on Earth that will empower long-term human and mechanical investigation into profound space, including the Moon and Mars. As a worldwide undertaking, 239 individuals from 19 nations have visited the exceptional microgravity lab that has facilitated in excess of 2,800 research examinations from specialists in 108 nations.