Students interview astronauts at Indy Children’s Museum

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Some very special students got the opportunity of a lifetime.

They were able to interview astronauts from space. The astronauts are all living aboard the International Space Station, but those thousands and thousands of miles didn’t stop a live conversation with a group of middle school students at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum.

They got to discuss not only the progress of the mission, but also what life is like in space. The chat was hosted by the Children’s Museum Extraordinary Scientist-In-Residence Dr. David Wolf.

Wolf is a former NASA astronaut who went into space four separate times.

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