In a statement by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Facebook Co-founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg will speak with three astronauts currently living and working aboard the International Space Station (ISS) 12:55 p.m EDT (7:55 p.m EAT )Wednesday, June 1st.
The Earth-to-space call will be seen live on Nasa’s Facebook page, where users can also submit their questions to be answered.
During the 20-minute Facebook Live video call with NASA astronauts, Tim Kopra, Jeff Williams, and Tim Peake (European Space Agency), Zuckerberg will ask questions submitted by Facebook users.
In an announcement posted on Faceboook by NASA, gave an example of questions users may want to ask, “What is it like to live and work in microgravity orbiting the Earth? What sorts of out-of-this-world science is underway in the space station’s laboratories? How does the research in space help prepare to send humans on a Journey to Mars?”
Earlier this month, the social media giants launched an interactive map for its Live Video feature, giving users a window into what’s happening in the world in real-time, from friends to topics to games and so forth, that you’re interested in.
The feature is rolling out slowly across the globe and to access the interactive map, users need to visit the new Live Video app is available on the left navigation bar.