We’re Interviewing Astronauts On The Space Station Tonight

We’re Interviewing Astronauts On The Space Station Tonight
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Do you ever wonder what it’s like to drift in a large tin can hundreds of miles above the Earth’s surface? Then tune in late tonight, when we’ll be joined by members of the current ISS crew and the new arrivals living aboard the International Space Station.

Tomorrow morning at 9:10 a.m. (EDT) US time — that’s 00:10AM on Wednesday 22nd March in Sydney time — we’ll be video chatting with NASA’s Tim Kopra and Jeff Williams and the ESA’s Tim Peake from aboard the ISS about spacewalk selfies, the weirdness of microgravity, unearthly labs, and more. Check back in later tonight, because we’ll be sharing the link to that video live stream on Gizmodo and in here.

In the meantime, if you have your own question you’d want to ask the astronauts, suggest it to us in the comments.