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MANILA, Philippines - Three astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) will be holding a live Google+ hangout later this February to discuss life in space with interested viewers.
NASA announced the plan on Thursday, February 7, saying Kevin Ford and Tom Marshburn of NASA and Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency would be live from the ISS from 11am to noon EST on February 22.
Those following NASA on social media can send in video questions that will be asked during the hangout.
As NASA's announcement explains, "To be considered, video clips must be no longer than 30 seconds and must be uploaded to YouTube and tagged with #askAstro. Submitters should introduce themselves and mention their location before asking their question."
The #askAstro hashtag will also serve as the live hashtag for the event, where those watching can ask questions in real time via Google+, Twitter, or YouTube. NASA will also put up a thread on its Facebook page for questions on the morning of February 22.
Interested space buffs will want to check out and keep tabs on the NASA Google+ page, as the hangout will happen through Google+. - Rappler.com
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