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NASA's Digital Learning Network Event: Chat With a Mission Control Flight Officer
 
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NASA's Digital Learning Network Event.
Image credit: NASA's DLN Event: Mission Control Center

NASA’s Digital Learning Network Special Event: Chat With a Mission Control Flight Officer NASA’s Digital Learning Network (DLN) is offering a unique opportunity for students to ask questions of an actual mission control flight officer stationed at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. This opportunity is open to students in grades 5-11.

Students will be able to witness the inner workings of the mission control for the International Space Station. Each event will begin with a 30-minute introduction by a Digital Learning Network education specialist, followed by a question and answer session with representatives from mission control.

These events will highlight the many Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) concepts that occur onboard the International Space Station.

This Digital Learning Network event will take place each Thursday. Visit the site to register your classroom for an upcoming event.

For information about how to sign up for a Digital Learning Networking event, see here: Program Overview