Previous NASA astronaut Scott Kelly the record-breaker has a different view of being always motivated while in quarantine.
In 2016 Kelly is the first American to be in space for 12 consecutive months. When he accomplished a record of a 340-day task on the International Space Station.
With having online education instead of physical classes for millions of students while in the coronavirus isolation, Kelly stated that students’ goals and ambitions are more serious than ever before.
“I think it’s important to let them know that their education is still important despite everything that is going on out there,” he stated, acknowledging that the lockdown has brought plenty of challenges for children and their parents. “Distance learning, or homeschooling, it’s good for some kids, but not all.”
Kelly stated that news before participating in Research Quest Live, which let students take part in live classes with professional teachers from the Natural History Museum of Utah during schools being closed. Kelly will take part in an hour-long question and answer sessions as part of Research Quest Live on Friday at 11:30 a.m. ET on Friday.
In an interview with Fox News in 2018, he clarified how he was a bad student and became a Navy fighter pilot, test pilot, and, in the end, an astronaut. He said that Tom Wolfe’s famous book “The Right Stuff” helped him a lot in his story with space. It’s about the old space program. Kelly read the book when he was 18 years old at the University of New York Maritime College in the Bronx.
The Research Quest classes are offered through Livestream each weekday and are accessible on-request day in and day out. Understudies from 56 nations and each of the 50 states have gotten to the program, as per the Natural History Museum of Utah. “Research Quest Live provides a classroom environment,” the exhibition hall’s official executive, Jason Cryan, stated, including that the program shows points, for example, paleontology, ecology, biodiversity, and climate.
During Friday’s occasion, Kelly will give understanding into his unimaginable encounters in space and, ideally, give inspiration to understudies, as per Cryan. “We’re very excited,” he stated.