students on Wednesday were given an "opportunity out of this world."
Students video chatted with astronauts onboard the International Space Station and also held a Q&A session.
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After submitting an application to NASA’s education program, Livermore’s Junction Avenue School was selected to host an in-flight education downlink, similar to a video conference, with space station crew members.
Former astronaut Tammy Jernigan, now working at LLNL, also hosted the program at the school.
In addition, the lab presented a "Fun with Science" show with hands-on activities and interactive demonstrations that explain science principles and the states of matter.
View more photos at the Livermore-Granada Boosters website.