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Mark Zuckerberg will use Facebook Live to chat with the ISS

"Earth to space: We have some questions."
Billy Steele
05.27.16 in Internet
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Live video is all the rage for Facebook right now, and next week CEO Mark Zuckerberg will show off the feature with some help from NASA. On Wednesday, June 1st, Zuckerberg will host a 20-minute livestream with NASA astronauts Tim Kopra and Jeff Williams along with the ESA's (European Space Agency's) Tim Peake, all three of whom are currently working onboard the ISS. The trio will take questions submitted to NASA's Facebook page, which is also where the stream will be shown. Things kick off at 12:55 PM ET, so set a reminder if you want to tune in.

Update: We've added the video from the chat down below.

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