Contact radioamateur du 23/09/2019

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Lundi 23/09/19 vers 20H08 UTC (22h08 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre Nick Hague (KG5TMV) et le Children’s Inn at NIH (National Institutes of Health), Bethesda, USA.

 

Le contact aura lieu en télébridge sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une station Belge (ON4ISS) et donc sera audible depuis la France.

 

Le contact sera conduit en Anglais.

Voici les questions :

1. What’s it like to go up in a rocket ship?
2. How are experiments conducted in space?
3. Are there aliens in space? Do you see foreign creatures?
4. What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen in space?
5. If you get sick in space how do you get medical treatment?
6. What do you do for fun in space?
7. How many times have you been in space?
8. How are body tissues affected by being in space?
9. Heidi, 13: Could being space be helpful to different medical conditions?
10. What medicine do you have to take before you go into space?
11. What advice do you have for someone who wants to become an astronaut?
12. What changes have you seen in your trips to space?
13. How do you prepare food in space?
14. Are your energy levels affected from being in space?
15. What is the weight of the space station?
16. Would you rather live with gravity or without gravity?
17. Does your hair grow faster in space?
18. What books or classes influenced you to be an astronaut?
19. What effects do space have on your sleep?
20. Do you get to FaceTime in space to talk to your family? How often?
21. What time zone is it in space?
22. Does your body change in space?
23. What are some things that you like about being in space?
24. How do you become an astronaut and travel into space?
25. What do you do to prepare for your travel into space?

Bonne écoute 😉

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EarthKam : Mission 67 Inscriptions ouvertes

Les dates de la prochaine mission viennent d’être publiés : du 24 au 27 Septembre 2019.

Pour s’inscrire ou consulter le site de la mission : Cliquez ici

Ce programme n’est disponible que pour les écoles.

Pour rappel :

Ce programme est ouvert à l’ensemble des écoles de la planète, avec une cible privilégiée pour les classes du secondaire (niveaux de la 6e à la Terminale en France).

(Earth Knowledge Acquis par Middle school students) est un programme de sensibilisation de la NASA qui permet aux étudiants, aux enseignants et au public d’apprendre sur la Terre à partir de la perspective unique de l’espace. Pendant les missions Sally Ride EarthKAM (périodes pendant lesquelles la caméra Sally Ride EarthKAM est opérationnelle), les élèves du secondaire du monde entier demandent des images de lieux spécifiques sur Terre. La collection complète des images Sally Ride EarthKAM est disponible dans une archive d’images Sally Ride EarthKAM consultable. Cette collection d’images et d’activités d’accompagnement sont des ressources extraordinaires pour engager les étudiants dans les sciences de la Terre et de l’espace, la géographie, les études sociales, les mathématiques, les communications et l’art.

La suite ici : http://www.ariss-f.org/earthkam-mission-64-inscriptions-ouvertes/

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Contact radioamateur du 27/07/2019

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Samedi 27/07/19 vers 18H27 UTC (20h27 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre Andrew R. Morgan (KI5AAA) et le World Scout Jamboree, Summit Bechtel Scout Reserve, West Virginia USA.

 

 

Le contact aura lieu en télébridge sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une Belge (ON4ISS) et donc sera audible depuis la France.

 

 

 

Le contact sera conduit en Anglais.

Voici les questions :

1. What do you think is the most important thing you believe young people should do in Scouting to help them in their future careers such as being an astronaut or working in the sciences?
2. Here at the World Jamboree we like to trade items with scouts from around the world as a way to bond and remember our new friendships. Do you ever trade patches or parts of your uniforms with your international crew members?
3. What is the single prettiest place or region on Earth to see from space?
4. Do you bring something special with you so when you get back, so you can say, « This has been in space! »?
5. What food do you miss the most that you can’t have in space?
6. What if the ISS lost communication with Earth?
7. What kind of emergency drills or practice do you do aboard the ISS, and how often?
8. Do you need to drink more or less water in space than you do on earth?
9. How do the plants orientate themselves to grow in space?
10. Is biological cell division the same in space as on Earth?
11. How did it feel to see Earth from space for the first time?
12. A part of the Scout Law is A Scout is Reverent. Have you had a memorable moment during your time on the ISS that has led to you showing reverence?
13. Have you been on a spacewalk yet? If so, what is it like walking outside the ISS?
14. Of all the professions available, why did you choose to become an astronaut?
15. If there was one thing you wish you could have learned when you were younger in an organization such as the Scouts, or at school, to help you perform tasks in space, what would it be?
16. Are there any bugs or animals on the ISS now and if so, what is their purpose?
17. What is the single most important quality that you possess that you think got you into the space program?
18. With everyone, and many things, floating in microgravity, how do you keep the space station clean?
19. Do you have regular sleep and work schedules?
20. What are the best and worst aspects about living on board the ISS?

Bonne écoute 😉

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Nouvelle activité SSTV du 29/07/2019 au 04/08/2019

Il est possible que la SSTV soit active à partir de l’ISS, sur plusieurs créneaux entre le 29/07/2019 et le 04/08/2019. Les émissions seront en mode PD-120 sur la fréquence 145.800 Mhz.

Pour le premier créneaux, il s’agit d’une activité Inter-MAI-75.

La SSTV devrait être active les :

– 29/07/2019 de 13h15 à 21h25 UTC (soit 15h15 à 23h25 heure de Paris)

– 30/07/2019 de 13h50 à 19h30 UTC (soit 15h50 à 21h30 heure de Paris)

Pour le second créneaux, il s’agit d’un évènement commémoratif, le ARISS Garriott memorial SSTV activity, organiser en l’hommage de Owen Garriott – W5LFL, qui a été le premier à opérer une station radio amateur depuis l’espace.

La SSTV devrait être active du 01/08/2019 vers 09h40 UTC (soit 11h40 Heure de Paris) au 04/08/2019 vers 18h15 UTC (soit 20h15 heure de Paris).

Bonne chasse à tous 😉

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Contact radioamateur du 18/06/2019 reporté au 20/06/2019

Le contact entre Nick Hague (KG5TMV) et le Rowan Preparatory School, Claygate, Angleterre, prévu initialement le Mardi 18/06/19 vers 12H51 UTC (14H51 heure de Paris) et reporté au Jeudi 20/06/16 vers 12H48 UTC (14H48 heure de Paris).

Bonne écoute 😉

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Contact radioamateur du 19/06/2019

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Mercredi 19/06/19 vers 08H49 UTC (10H49 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre David St-Jacques (KG5FYI) et King Island District High School, Currie, TAS, Australie.

 

Le contact aura lieu en télébridge sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une Italienne (IK1SLD) et donc sera audible depuis la France.

 

Le contact sera conduit en Anglais.

 

 

Voici les questions :

  1. Brooke: Why did you become an astronaut?

 

  1. Declan: What training do you need to be an astronaut to go to space and where did you do your training?

 

  1. Tia: What sort of food do you eat and how do you determine your meal times in space?

 

  1. Evan: What do you do in your spare time so you don’t get bored while in space?

 

  1. Molly: Does it get lonely in space?

 

  1. Katina: How do you exercise in space?

 

  1. Angus: How old is the International Space Station and do parts wear out in space like they do on earth?

 

  1. Ameila: What is your job on the ISS and how do you do it?

 

  1. Carlos: What are space worms and why are they so important in space?

 

  1. Lawson: How long does it take to orbit the earth?

 

  1. Caedel: Have you researched the black hole and if so, how big is it?

 

  1. Angus: What kind of research do you do?

 

  1. Janelle: Do you have any advice for any of our students wishing to follow in your career path?

Bonne écoute 😉

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Contact radioamateur du 18/06/2019

****************** Contact reporté au Jeudi 20/06/19 vers 12H48 UTC soit 14H48 Heure de Paris ******************

 

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Mardi 18/06/19 vers 12H51 UTC (14H51 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre Nick Hague (KG5TMV) et le Rowan Preparatory School, Claygate, Angleterre.

 

Le contact aura lieu en direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une Anglaise (GB4RPS) et donc sera audible depuis la France.

 

Le contact sera conduit en Anglais.

 

 

Voici les questions :
1. Sophia (Yr 1): How did the International Space Station get built when it just balances in the air?

2. Izzy (Yr 2): What are the challenges to growing food in space if astronauts are to stay in space for longer?

3. Emily (Yr 3): Does your digestion change because in space there is no gravity so your intestine will float in your body?

4. Ashley (Yr 4): Of all the experiments that you have done in space, what has given the most surprising result or has been the most exciting?

5. Alessi (Yr 5): If you spin a ball in the ISS will it keep spinning or will it stop, and if it stops, what stops it?

6. Alannah: (Yr 6): In the future, will it be possible that someone can spend their entire life in space and if so, would their life expectancy change?

7. Grace (Yr 2): If you do a handstand in space does your blood go to your head if there is no gravity?

8. Delilah (Yr 4): Is there anything you could learn about how bacteria and viruses behave in space that could help us defeat infectious bugs around the Earth?

9. Emilia (Yr 5): NASA have said that they will establish a permanent presence on the moon within the next decade, how will they do this and what is the most exciting benefit for human kind?

10. Anya (Yr 6): In all of your time spent on board the ISS, what is the most exciting and extraordinary thing that you have experienced?

11. Sophia saying Zoe’s question (Yr 1): What new information about space are you hoping to learn?

12. Izzy saying Ballie’s question (Yr 2): Can you escape from a black hole?

13. Emily saying Eloise’s question (Yr 3): We have learnt that astronauts are very busy and work long hours. So when you have free time, what do you do for fun?

14. Ashley saying Annabel’s question (Yr 4): How do you get rid of rubbish in space?

15. Alessi saying Sabine’s question (Yr 5): What are you looking forward to the most in nature when you return?

16. Alannah saying Lucy’s question (Yr 6): Our teachers and parents tell us that having a balanced diet is important. Is your diet closely monitored or do you have freedom to choose what you eat? What is your favourite meal?

17. Grace saying Olivia’s question (Yr 1): How do you sleep in space?

18. Delilah saying Amelia’s question (Yr 3): What kind of dangers might you experience in space?

19. Emilia saying Luna’s question (Yr 2): What is the most beautiful thing you can see in space?

20. Anya saying 4J’s question (Yr 4): We have heard that some people don’t believe that the Moon landing took place, what is the best evidence that we have to disprove this theory?

Bonne écoute 😉

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Contact radioamateur du 08/06/2019

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Samedi 08/06/19 vers 13H05 UTC (15H05 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre Nick Hague (KG5TMV) et le House of Children and Youth, Olomouc, République Tchèque.

 

Le contact aura lieu en direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une station Tchèque (OK2KWX) et donc sera audible depuis la France.

 

 

Le contact sera conduit en Anglais.

Voici les questions :

1. Jakub (13): How many solar panels are powering the entire station and do you have any other power sources?

2. Jonas (11): What voltage are your instruments using aboard the ISS?

3. Jan (14): What would you tell the people who believe that the Earth is flat?

4. Filip (12): How often do you check the social networks and have you any time to watch Youtube?

5. Anna (11): Did the ASTROBEEs already arrive and do you use them already?

6. Michal (15): How far from the station can you go and can you move outside untethered?

7. Ales (13): How long does it take to get from Earth to the ISS?

8. Simon (11): What does being in a spacesuit feel like and what is the outside temperature?

9. Antonin (14): How long do the spacesuit’s energy and oxygen supplies last?

10. Jiri (12): Do you feel any changes to your muscular system during your mission, or is it a bit of a shock after your return back to Earth?

11. Johana (11): Do you need to strap in when you sleep and how do you enjoy sleeping in zero gravity?

12. Tomas (11): How often do you eat and do you enjoy the taste of the food?

13. Jan Se. (15): Have you experienced any accidents while on the station, for example, a device failure?

14. Jan St. (15): How do you fight a fire if it breaks out onboard the ISS?

15. Michael (12): How much waste is generated on the ISS and what are you doing with it?

16. Franta (12): Can you play any computer games and how much free time do you have?

17. Ondrej (15): What does it feel like to fly a rocket up into space?

18. Vaclav (13): How much time do you spend exercising each day?

19. Max (14): How would you deal with a serious injury, for example, hand fracture?

20. Matej (11): How and how often do you communicate with your family?

Bonne écoute 😉

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Nouvelle activité SSTV pour les 05-06/06/2019

Il est possible que la SSTV soit active à partir de l’ISS, pour une très courte période, les 05 et 06/06/2019. Ces émissions se feront approximativement de 12h00 UTC à 16H00 UTC le Mercredi et de 11H30 UTC à 15H30 UTC le Jeudi, lors des passages de la station au dessus de Moscou. Les émissions seront en mode PD-120 sur la fréquence 145.800 Mhz.
Bonne chasse à tous 😉

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Second Contact radioamateur pour le 27/05/2019

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Lundi 27/05/19 vers 19H44 UTC (21H44 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre David St-Jacques (KG5FYI) et le Mildred Hall School, Yellowknife, NT, Canada.

 

Le contact aura lieu en télé-bridge sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une station Belge (ON4ISS) et donc sera audible depuis la France.

 

 

Le contact sera conduit en Anglais.

 

Voici les questions :

  1. Why is space travel so important to astronauts and other humans?

 

  1. I saw a picture you took of the northern lights and we have a lot of them over here in Yellowknife. Are you able to fly through the northern lights?

 

  1. How do you see the sun from where you are? Is there a sunrise or sunset? Is it different to how we see it on Earth?

 

  1. How long are you there and how long can a person stay in space? Does it affect your body in anyway, causing irreversible consequences?

 

  1. Do you constantly work up there? Do you do anything for fun?  If so, what?

 

  1. What is your favorite thing about being in space?

 

  1. What is the most challenging thing about being in space?

 

  1. Does your hair and nails grow at the same rate in space? Is there anything different about the way they grow?

 

  1. If there is an emergency on the space station and you have to escape, is there an emergency pod? If not, what happens?

 

  1. What is gravitational time dilation?

 

  1. How do you keep time in space? Are you in a time zone?

 

  1. Do you think humans will ever live on another planet?

 

  1. What were you thinking when you blasted off?

 

  1. What is the strangest thing you have ever seen or experienced in space?

 

  1. Is it as silent as movies show? Why?

 

  1. What do you miss the most while you are there?

Bonne écoute 😉

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