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Kids will have a chance to talk LIVE to an astronaut on the International Space Station during the Moon Day festivities at the Frontiers of Flight Museum on July 18. Deadline for submissions is June 30.

Kids who submit questions selected by the Frontiers of Flight Museum will have a chance to talk live with a member of the Expedition 43 Crew on the International Space Station during the upcoming Moon Day celebration on Saturday, July 18.  

Online submissions will be accepted through Tuesday, June 30. Visit: http://www.flightmuseum.com/iss-expedition-crew-43-question/.  If selected, students must be present during the Moon Day event to ask their questions to the space explorer via satellite.

Moon Day 2015 is the biggest annual space exposition in Texas.  The July 18th event will be held at the Frontiers of Flight Museum, 6911 Lemmon Ave. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Moon Day is free with paid museum admission. 

This year, Moon Day will commemorate the 46th anniversary of the lunar landing, which took place when Apollo 11 touched the surface on July 20, 1969.  

This family fun festivity is a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)-focused space themed public event sponsored by the Frontiers of Flight Museum and the National Space Society of North Texas.

The event brings together space exploration-oriented groups, organizations and institutions in North Texas to share their activities and inspire new generations to embrace a scientific and technological future.

Moon Day 2015 Highlights include:

  • TALK LIVE with an member of the Expedition 43 Crew on the International Space Station
  • Meet Space Traveler Anousheh Ansari
  • Choose from 22 classes and lectures in Moon Academy, Lunar University and Teacher Workshops
  • Build and launch your own rocket
  • Create your own space art
  • Girl Scout Patches, Boy Scout Merit Badges and the one-of-a-kind Moon Day Patch
  • Much, much more!

Admission Adults: $10 Seniors (65+): $8 Youths/Students (3-17): $7 Children under 3 FREE. For more info visit: www.flightmuseum.com or call 214-350-3600.

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