As an astronaut traveling high above space, Clayton Anderson saw a view of glaciers that few of us will ever experience.
On Saturday, the retired astronaut was back home in Ashland filming a segment about glaciers and how they are formed that will be used next year as part of a online project for children. The backdrop was an exhibit dedicated to his career at Strategic Air and Space Museum near Ashland.
The segment will be part of a curriculum element that will be used in schools across the country, said Chris Prudhon with Slingshot Promotions.
Prudhon said the piece will be posted online on the Brio Talk Network on YouTube in early 2015.
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