STS-134 Commander Mark Kelly and the Endeavour Crew Live from Space on YouTube's PBS NewsHour

On Friday, April 29, the crew of STS-134 will launch into space for the final mission of Space Shuttle Endeavour, Google give you a chance to connect with them. "On May 2, NASA Commander Mark Kelly and his crew will take your questions live from space on YouTube. PBS NewsHour will live stream the interview […]

On Friday, April 29, the crew of STS-134 will launch into space for the final mission of Space Shuttle Endeavour, Google give you a chance to connect with them. "On May 2, NASA Commander Mark Kelly and his crew will take your questions live from space on YouTube. PBS NewsHour will live stream the interview from its YouTube channel with veteran space reporter Miles O'Brien curating and asking your questions to the crew," stated Google.

To get the full experience of STS-134, you can also watch a live stream of the shuttle launch on Friday April 29 starting at 3:47pm ET -- Or submit a video (max 20 sec.) or written question at PBS NewsHour for the crew of STS-134 to be used in the live interview and vote your favorite questions. You can also submit questions on Twitter with the hashtag #utalk2nasa. You've until April 30 at midnight ET to submit your questions. The top ranked questions will be used in the live interview on Monday, May 2 at 2:15pm ET / 11:15am PT.

Here's a video from PBS and Miles O'Brien to inspire you:

[Source: Google blog]