The Mars Generation Announces #AskAbby Feature on Our YouTube Show

Ask Abby at Kennedy Space Center

Our leader and founder, Abigail Harrison aka Astronaut Abby, is a student who aspires to  become an astronaut. Astronaut Abby appears regularly at events around the world as an International Space and STEM Ambassador to educate and excite people about the importance of space exploration and STEM education to the future of  humankind. During these appearances Abby usually speaks and then answers questions. The Q and A has always been wildly popular. Due to the popularity we have decided to give our online community an opportunity to ask Astronaut Abby questions. Abby will answer questions submitted as part of a regular feature on our YouTube show, The Science and Space Show. This is a really exciting opportunity to get your most pressing space and science questions answered.

How You Can Ask Astronaut Abby Questions?

If you have a question for Abby you can submit it now using this  simple form .

We look forward to having educators, parents, students and anyone else who is curious about space exploration to get involved and #AskAbby your space questions. This is an opportunity for classrooms and individuals to directly connect with Astronaut Abby and ignite their curiosity. Please feel free to #AskAbby as many questions as you have.*

To #AskAbby a question simply fill out this form now.

Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel here to get updates of our new episodes of The Science and Space Show and our exciting new #AskAbby features!

*Abby will make an attempt to answer as many questions as possible. There is no guarantee your #AskAbby questions will be answered or how quickly they will be answered.


  1. Elielzer Nuayed says

    I’m curious to know if the low acceleration due to gravity on the planet Mars, being much smaller than the planet Earth, would affect the development of the muscles to long term.

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