President Trump and daughter Ivanka are scheduled to make a very long distance call Monday from the Oval Office.

The two along with astronaut Kate Rubins will be calling the International Space Station at 10 a.m. EDT to congratulate NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson on her record-breaking stay on the station. 

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Whitson has been aboard the station since Nov. 19, and after an extension granted earlier this month, she is scheduled to be aboard until September. Monday she broke another record, previously held by Jeff Williams, of cumulative days in space, Monday will be Whitson's 535 day in space when her previous missions are considered.

Whitson first made history when she became the first woman ever to command the ISS and the female astronaut with the most completed space walks.

NASA astronaut Jack Fisher will join Whitson on the 20-minute call on the ISS. NASA and the White House are encouraging schools to stream the event live. 

Watch the live call here: