NSN Webinar: International Space Station

Iss

Open to Public

Type: Special Event

Held on: May 27, 2020 (Wed) at 06:00 PM to May 27, 2020 (Wed) at 07:00 PM

Online Location: https://www.youtube.com/user/NightSkyNetwork/featured

Location:

Event Coordinator: John McLaren

Join the NASA Night Sky Network on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 6:00pm Pacific Time as we will discuss the latest from the International Space Station. More details coming soon!

Registration:

Registration information coming soon.

Livestream available to everyone via Night Sky Network YouTube.

Find the current webinar schedule on the NSN Webinar Series page.

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    NSN Webinar: International Space Station

    Wed at 06:00 PM Open to Public
    Iss

    Join the NASA Night Sky Network on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 6:00pm Pacific Time as we will discuss the latest from the International Space Station. More details coming soon!Registration:Registration information coming soon.Livestream available to everyone via Night Sky Network YouTube.Find the current webinar schedule on the NSN Webinar Series page.

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