Space – Students in the San Antonio region talk to NASA astronauts at the International Space Station
San Antonio – Thanks to the Wex Foundation and the San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology in Port San Antonio, several students participating in LCATS, a four-year space STEM learning curriculum, speak directly to NASA astronauts orbiting the Earth. I was able to ask questions. International Space Station.
Emmett Decker, an 11th grader at LEE High School, is very passionate about understanding how humans can ultimately live on the bodies of other planets. So he was pretty excited to have the opportunity to talk live with NASA astronauts.
“It’s great to be able to communicate with the people who made it possible at the International Space Station,” Emmet said.
The students were able to talk to three NASA astronauts about the future of space travel and what it takes to become an astronaut.
“I’ve loved studying black holes, star galaxies, and their evolution since I was little, so I think my route is in astrophysics,” said Reagan High School 10th grade Siddhilaut. rice field.
Siddhi loves the universe. She says the opportunity to talk to her hero is outside this world.
“I was really inspired because they worked hard to get to today’s place. I just want to know how they did it,” she said.
Siddhi was able to ask questions about the future of commercial space travel. Astronauts said the future was bright. She said she wanted to go to space someday.
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Students in the San Antonio region talk to NASA astronauts at the International Space Station
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