You can watch a panel of the agency's directors, administrators and astronauts answer your questions during a live broadcast aired on NASA TV and Periscope. But if you can't stay glued to a livestream, you can also catch snippets of the event via Snapchat and Instagram Stories. Besides the social media Q&A, the agency will also show off various projects housed at its Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans on Facebook Live, starting at 1:30PM.
NASA will then end the event by test firing an RS-25 engine for seven-and-a-half minutes. To watch that part, just fire up NASA TV again when the clock strikes 6PM. The agency will showcase an RS-25 in action because the engine was designed to power the Space Launch System -- NASA's biggest and most powerful rocket yet that will carry its Orion capsule to the red planet and other deep space destinations.