Astronaut Ice Cream on NBC's Little Big Shots

Astronaut Ice Cream on NBC's Little Big Shots

May 27, 2020

Have you heard about Jerry? This 6 year old knows so much about space it'll make your head spin! Check out his episode of Little Big Shots with Melissa McCarthy! They spend the day at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and top it all off with some Astronaut Ice Cream at the end! Thanks to Jerry and to Little Big Shots!
 
Watch the original segment with Jerry and Melissa when they visit the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory here:

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Learn a little something about space yourself with the follow up episode where Jerry shares more about his life and his expertise. Plus, the whole crowd gets a chance to celebrate Jerry with some more Astronaut Ice Cream!

Watch Melissa catch up with Jerry again here:

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