Good morning. Good morning. Hi, everybody. How are you? Nice to see you. Hello over here. Nice to see you all. We're good here. Hi! Hello, good morning. How are you? Nice to see you. Thank you so much. [Inaudible] Oh, man. Come over here? Yeah. My husband Joe. [Inaudible] over here, yeah. President Biden, very nice to meet you. Thanks for having me. Thank you so much for coming [Inaudible] You've got a lot of display here. Yes. This is great. [Inaudible] Good morning. How are you? So, our sixth-grade engineers, in our design process, we've been talking about the moon phases, Dr. Biden and President Biden, and how the moon has different phases. Class, what is the moon phase that we have for today? We -- crescent moon. A crescent moon, a crescent moon. What moon do we have that's going to be coming up on Sunday? Crescent moon, first quarter. First quarter. Good. So, in talking about the moon, if to capitalize on our curriculum, we decided to build a space launcher. Oh. And a space launcher that they have [Inaudible] will represent our astronauts. Uh-huh. And they have to design a space object to safely land the rocket onto the moon. So, they've got an awesome job designing during this particular lesson, and they would love to share some of their designs with you. That'd be great. Yeah. Can we say, "Welcome to our school?" [Inaudible] Yeah. [Camera Break] Sorry, man. You're both going to the moon separately? What's your deal here? So [Inaudible] this is the -- is like the moon. Yeah. And these two are like [Inaudible] coordinates. They slow it down [Inaudible] It's pretty cool. It's pretty cool. So -- I tell you, that looks like a real astronaut right there [Inaudible] We're going to have some great challenges [Inaudible] You're going to hear your guys, the whole deal. Awesome. Is it fun doing this? Yes. It's pretty cool, man. [Camera Break] Can I ask everybody a question? Jilly? Yeah. [Audio gap] question. How many of you, if you had a chance, would want to get in a spacecraft and go to the moon? All right. [Inaudible] You're going to be what? You design it. I'm just curious. OK, go ahead. And one last question. How many do you think we're finally going to, and by the time you're in high school, get to Mars and put people? All right, man. It's a pretty cool class, isn't it?