Students of Yass based Berinba Public School headed to the oval today to take an out of this world selfie.
They were participating in the 'Satellite Selfie' event which is being held as part of National Science Week.
A satellite flew over Yass and Murrumbateman today giving these kids an opportunity to take a selfie from space.
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The school was "excited" to be a part of the project and the students were asked to be dressed in one of these colours - red, yellow, orange and silver.
The flyover will occur again on Wednesday, August 19, and Friday, August 21.
The satellite will capture images of the students and their creation on all three days and the clearest picture will be sent to the school.
Berinba Public School students made an image based on the theme of science week this year which is Deep Blue: Innovations for the future of our oceans.
"It was an exciting opportunity for our students to take up and learn about satellites and how they work," Malena Gerstenberg from Berinba Public School said.
"The kids really enjoyed creating the image and can't wait to see the end result."
The school is also looking forward to building their satellite receiver kit as part of the project.
Keith Rosario, founder and chief executive of Yass based space company Cingulan Space, has been driving the project in the area.
Images from the flyover will be available in September and will also be shared with the National Library of Australia.
The ACT National Science Week has partnered with the satellite company Maxar for the event.
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