ARISS Escola Contato 22 março 2021 18:27 UTC, telebridge via IK1SLD

822 x carregado & 68 x vizualizado

astronautas Shannon Walker e Soichi Noguchi conversando com alunos do ensino médio no Japão
Shannon Walker no microfone! Créditos: JAXA (semana de 18 de janeiro de 2021, astronauta da NASA Shannon Walker, à esquerda, e astronauta da JAXA Soichi Noguchi completando uma conexão de rádio ISS HAM com Hisagi colegial no Japão).

Um contato de rádio educacional está previsto com Oakwood School, Morgan Hill, CA , Multi-point Telebridge via IK1SLD.

O indicativo da ISS está atualmente programado para ser OR4ISS e o astronauta programado é Shannon Walker KD5DXB. O contato é válido para: segunda-feira, 22 de março de 2021, 18:27:49 UTC, 66 graus; os sinais de downlink da ISS serão audíveis acima de partes da Europa em FM de banda estreita de 145.800 MHz; as informações mais recentes sobre o modo de operação podem ser encontradas aqui . A conversa será em inglês. RX apenas! Crédito: AMSAT

Proposed questions generated by the Oakwood School students:

1. What is your favorite place on the ISS?

2. Are you currently conducting any experiments yourself?

3. What was your favorite part of Astronaut training?

4. What advice do you have for a 6-year-old that wants to be an astronaut?

5. What is the hardest thing you have had to do in space?

6. Is the coronavirus on the ISS and do you need to wear masks?

7. Do you and your crewmates play games in space?

8. Can you still do your favorite Earth hobbies on the ISS?

9. Are your astronaut outfits customizable (like can you make them different colors)?

10. What happens if there is a medical emergency on the ISS?

11. Who was your role model growing up and how have they helped you succeed in becoming an astronaut?

12. How do you communicate with all the astronauts that come from different countries?

13. Who is your favorite Avenger/superhero and why?

14. What is the object you miss the most that is on planet Earth?

15. What was the hardest part of the training, and did you think you were going to pass?

16. Do the constellations from the space station look different from how they do on Earth?

17. We’ve noticed you use a lot of towels– what if you run out of towels?

18. Although zero-gravity sounds fun at first, does it get “old” after a while?

19. If you were given the chance, would you like to be the first person to mars?

20. How do you stay connected with your family on Earth while in space and how long do you get to talk or see them?