Saturday, 28 May 2016

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Facebook seems to increasingly serious and ambitious wrestle Facebook Live its development. Evidently, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg intends to makes a call to the International Space Station (ISS) to speak with astronauts United States Space Agency (NASA).

As reported by Mashable , Saturday (28 / 5.2016), next Wednesday Zuckerberg will meet ISS calls to speak with the two NASA astronauts Tim Kopra and Jeff William and British astronaut Tim Peake. According, NASA, the call will be conducted at 12:55 ET and will last approximately 20 minutes. Broadcast meetings with NASA astronaut Mark Zuckerberg can also be seen on the Facebook page of NASA.

Zuckerberg will talk with astronauts living and working on the ISS and to ask some questions posed by fans of the Facebook page of NASA. Indeed, broadcast carried Facebook boss will give you an idea challenged what actually happens in the ISS, including what it is like to conduct experiments in a weightless environment.

Besides Facebook Live, NASA also uses streaming NASA TV's interview and other space events for people on Earth.
As we all know, Facebook is not alone in providing a picture of life on the ISS. Because, recently Tim Kopra has recently joined the NASA Snapcat page to show people on Earth what it's like to live on the ISS.

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