Tue, Sep 08, 2009
NASA Webcast Connects Students With Astronauts, New Hubble
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and space shuttle astronauts
will participate in live education webcasts on Tuesday, September
8th at 1400 EDT and again two days later on Thursday, September
10th at 1300.
On Sept. 8, students will hear insights from Bolden, young
agency professionals, and STS-128 mission astronauts Jose M.
Hernandez and John D. Olivas about the challenges and successes of
their exciting NASA careers.
On Sept. 10, Bolden will join astronauts from the STS-125 Hubble
Space Telescope servicing mission to discuss the flight and newly
released images from the observatory. Commander Scott Altman,
Shuttle Pilot Greg (Ray J) Johnson and Program Scientist Eric Smith
Hubble Space Telescope
Webcasts are produced free of charge by the NASA Digital
Learning Network. NASA uses the network's capabilities to deliver
unique content by linking students and educators with agency
experts. The program provides interactive educational experiences
for students and teachers from kindergarten through college across
the country and around the world.
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