NASA has announced that for the first time, the space agency will host a Google+ Hangout 11 AM ET flying 240 miles above Earth, astronauts aboard the International Space Station on February 22.
Hangout, a face-to-face as many as 10 people online chat enables and thousands will watch live on Google+ or YouTube.
According to NASA, hangout, asking questions people on the hangout could ask the astronauts questions, although other people could submit questions through video. Video question, will be submitted to YouTube with the #hashtag askAstro. They must be submitted by February 12, and should be considered for using the hashtag.
Real time to ask questions during the Hangout on Google+ or user’s can submit questions on Twitter #askAstro tag. Comments or questions can be posted on the morning of the event’s Facebook page at NASA.
However, astronauts are not the only ones in the spotlight in a hangout.
Just two days after his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama on Thursday at 4:50 pm ET when a hangout administration will host a call will take questions in real time “Fireside Hangout.” Fireside Chat to hangout known that President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the 1930s and ’40s as a 21st century version of the radio is turned on.
Obama, who is a lover of social networking users, since he first ran for president in January 2012 held a hangout, taking questions after his State of the Union address.