NASA's Bob Cabana Speaks at Washburn High School
Some Minneapolis students had the chance to have lunch with an astronaut Monday.
Bob Cabana, director of NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center, talked to students at his alma mater - Washburn High School in Minneapolis.
Cabana is a veteran of four space shuttle flights and logged more than 900 hours in space. He knows how to make science relatable to students.
Cabana spoke to the entire school, then joined students for lunch.