Students in Bristol will get the chance to talk directly to British astronaut Tim Peake later.
The Oasis Academy Brightstowe are now amongst a handful of schools across the country that have a live link with the International Space Station.
Yesterday the school released a weather balloon which carried a camera to the edge of space.
The weather station was released by the Academy to capture footage of the Earth's curvature.
As part of the video Q&A on 19 February, students will be able to ask Tim Peake questions about his life and work in space, as part of a space-related workshop.