Astronaut will promote children’s literacy in 1st ‘Virtual Astronaut’ series talk next week


Retired NASA spaceflyer Clayton Anderson is the first speaker in a new virtual initiative designed to keep astronauts in the public eye.

Anderson will kick off The Virtual Astronaut Live Event Series, which will feature talks and other events involving astronauts around the world. The series is meant to start another round of astronaut encounters, which have been largely suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Anderson will speak Tuesday (Sept. 15) at 7 p.m. EDT (2300 GMT), and you can purchase tickets for the $20 online event here.

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