MADISON, S.D. – Students in Madison are studying what it is prefer to be in house. It’s all a part of Space Day 2018 at Dakota State University.
It’s not your typical morning for these center college college students and school college students at DSU. They had a dialog beamed in from house.
“We got to ask him some questions and see what he had to answer and learn a little bit about space and what they do out there,” Cade Minnaert stated.
Ricky R. Arnold II is an astronaut on the International Space Station. Monday, he shared what it is prefer to be in house.
“I’m going to be in space for 197 days, for a little over a half of year, most of us train for two to two and a half years for a half a year mission to the ISS,” astronaut at International Space Station Ricky R. Arnold II stated.
“Just a great opportunity, we really glad that our faculty worked hard to put this day together, and to provide the activities for everyone to enjoy,” President of Dakota State University Jose-Marie Griffiths stated.
Arnold shared experiences about what they’re engaged on greater than 200 miles above the Earth.
“Frequently what we are doing is comparing what happens up here to what we know to happen on Earth, and to see if there are benefits or detriments to certain things,” Arnold stated.
Leaving these college students with a greater understanding of what occurs in house.
“What I thought was the best about being out there, I didn’t know they could have movie nights and play tennis, I thought that was very cool,” Minnaert stated.