ICYMI: Questions from Students at Challenger Learning Centers

Last Updated on June 22, 2020 by Solar System Ambassador Pam Roller

SOURCE: News release from Solar System Ambassador Pam Roller

Questions from Students at Challenger Learning Centers

*This event was aired LIVE on NASA TV on June 19th.

It has now been down linked so it can be viewed again and again.

Solar System Ambassador Pam Roller and her Astro-Pup Patches are inviting you to watch this enjoyable educational event.

This is an International Space Station Expedition 63 in-flight educational event with recorded questions from students at Challenger Learning Centers and Expedition 63 Commander Chris Cassidy and NASA Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley.

Challenger Learning Centers are named for the Challenger space shuttle crew who lost their lives during a mission on January 28, 1986. These facilities provide students an opportunity to go on exciting space missions in a life size mock up of a Mission Control Center and a Space Station. Students get to experience being astronauts and engineers while working collaboratively. They get to be engaged in using the skills of cooperative learning: teamwork, communication, problem solving, decision-making, and applying what they have learned to real world situations.

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Click on the “Watch Past Downlinks” to access the recordings.

You will see a little girl with a black box with a white arrow and PLAY All. Click on it.

Click on Expedition 63 In Flight with Challenger Students