NASA expected to host a live chat on a successful mission to Asteroid belt

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According to recent reports, NASA is expected to host a live chat on a successful mission to the asteroid belt. Reports from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is expected to be hosting this live-streamed event on the Science Chat at 2 p.m. EDT on Friday, 7, September 2018. According to the person behind this event, during the entire life even, experts are going to talk about the major roles of the agency’s Dawn spacecraft which was initiated in the study of the beginning of our solar system and more so as the facility approaching the end of the 11-year mission to the asteroid.

This event, however, will be live on NASA Television, YouTube, Facebook Live, Ustream and more so on the agency’s website. According to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), the Participants who are expected to be part of the live event include Jim Green, who is the current NASA chief scientist, Carol Raymond, the Dawn principal investigator at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and lastly, Marc Rayman, who is the Dawn mission director and also the chief engineer at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). Nevertheless, any Media which would like to take part in asking questions and acquire information of any nature concerned with this mission during the event are expected to provide their credentials, names and more so affiliation to Gretchen McCartney by mail at or reach Gretchen through the cell phone number below 818-393-6215 or 818-287-4115.

However, the public will be allowed to ask questions through social media services and on Twitter using hashtag #askNASA or also the public can leave comments and questions in the JPL facebook page comment section. Previous reports show that NASA launched this Dawn in 2007 with the aim of learning more about the beginning of our solar system. During this mission, the spacecraft involved in the mission was used to study the dwarf planet Ceres, asteroid Vesta and more so celestial bodies which are believed to have initially formed in the early history of the solar system. The mission nevertheless aided scientists in not only determining exclusive details on the solar system but also characterizing early solar system and more so all the processes that were involved in dominating its formation.