Contact radioamateur du 27/06/18

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Mercredi 27/06/2018 vers 10H32 UTC (12H32 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre Alexander GERST, (KF5ONO) et deux lycées Allemand : le Werner Heisenberg Gymnasium, Leverkusen d’une part et le Schickhardt Gymnasium, Herrenberg d’autre part.

 

Le contact aura lieu en direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par deux stations Allemande (DL0IL et DL0GH) et donc audible sur une partie de l’Europe.

 

Le contact sera conduit en allemand.

 

 

Voici les questions :

1. Yasna (11): How does the human body change in outer space?
2. Victor (11): Does your biorhythm change in space and can you sleep well?
3. Eva (17): Is it true that people cannot belch in space?
4. Tessa (11): Which everyday commodities and habits do you miss most?
5. Max (14): Is it possible to light a candle in the space station, and if so, what does it look like?
6. Roman (16): Do you see the fireworks on New Year’s Eve on the ISS?
7. Lena (16): Do you think that the idea of populating the Moon and Mars in near future is realistic?
8. Lorenz (16): Have you ever lost anything outside the ISS?
9. Max (17): What do you think about the disposal of waste, e. g. electronic scrap, in outer space?
10. Sven (17): What would you ask an astronaut if you were not an astronaut yourself?
11. Charlotte (13): How clean is the air inside the ISS? Do you need to do dusting?
12. David (13): What did your assistant CIMON surprise you the most with?
13. Linda (11): What does it feel like to go on a spacewalk?
14. Lorent (11): What was your most exceptional experience in outer space?
15. Anna (18): How difficult is it to readjust to life on earth after a long stay in space?
16. Maurice (15): Which spaceship would you take to fly to the ISS if you had the choice between the time-tested Soyuz capsule or the new Dragon V2?
17. Max (14): How fast is your internet connection on the ISS?
18. Lukas (15): What would happen in case of an acute medical emergency, e. g. appendicitis?
19. Anne (17): Is it possible to fly directly to the moon from the ISS?
20. Benjamin (9): What is your favorite food on the space station?

Et en allemand :

1. Yasna (11): Wie veraendert sich der menschliche Koerper im Weltall?
2. Victor (11): Veraendert sich auch Ihr Biorhythmus im All und koennen Sie gut schlafen?
3. Eva (17): Stimmt es, dass man im Weltraum nicht ruelpsen kann?
4. Tessa (11): Welche alltaeglichen Dinge und Gewohnheiten vermissen Sie am meisten?
5. Max (14): Kann man eine Kerze in der Raumstation anzünden, wenn ja wie sieht sie dann aus?
6. Roman (16): Sieht man an Silvester das Feuerwerk von der ISS aus?
7. Lena (16): Finden Sie die Idee Mond und Mars in naher Zukunft zu besiedeln realistisch?
8. Lorenz (16): Haben Sie schon einmal etwas ausserhalb der ISS verloren?
9. Max (17): Was halten Sie von der Entsorgung von Muell, z. B. von Elektroschrott, im Weltraum?
10. Sven (17): Was wuerden Sie einen Astronauten fragen, wenn Sie selber nicht Astronaut waeren?
11. Charlotte (13): Wie sauber ist die Luft auf der ISS, muss man Staubwischen?
12. David (13): Womit hat Ihr Assistent CIMON Sie am meisten ueberrascht?
13. Linda (11): Wie fuehlt es sich an, einen Raumspaziergang zu machen?
14. Lorent (11): Was war das Außergewoehnlichste, was sie im All erlebt haben?
15. Anna (18): Wie schwer ist es, sich nach einem laengeren Aufenthalt im All wieder an das Leben auf der Erde zu gewoehnen?
16. Maurice (15): Wenn Sie die Wahl haetten zwischen der bewaehrten Sojus-Kapsel oder der neuen Dragon-V2, welche wuerden Sie fuer einen Flug zur ISS bevorzugen?
17. Max (14): Wie schnell ist Ihr Internetanschluss auf der ISS?
18. Lukas (15): Was wuerde bei einem akuten medizinischen Notfall, z. B. einer Blinddarmentzuendung, passieren?
19. Anne (17): Kann man direkt von der ISS aus zum Mond fliegen?
20. Benjamin (9): Was ist Ihr Lieblingsessen auf der Raumstation?

Bonne écoute 😉

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Contact radioamateur du 19/06/18

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Jeudi 19/06/2018 vers 14H20 UTC (16H20 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre Ricky ARNOLD (KE5DAU) et Tehnicka Skola Zajecar, Zajecar, en Serbie.

 

Le contact aura lieu en direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une station Serbe (YU1ACR) et donc audible sur une partie de l’Europe.

 

 

Voici les questions :

  1. Do you play any sport on the ISS?
  2. How much do you sleep?
  3. How many days you can spend on the ISS in a row?
  4. How do you feel when you return from ISS to the Earth?
  5. Do everyone sleep at the same time?
  6. Do you eat only prepared food or you can cook something?
  7. How often are you in contact with your family on Earth?
  8. What was your most interesting experience on ISS?
  9. Can you have any allergic reactions on ISS?
  10. How to go to the toilet on ISS?
  11. How many work hours do you have a day?
  12. Did you ever get sick during your stay at the ISS?
  13. Are you sweating during your stay at the ISS?
  14. What fun activities do you do in space?
  15. Do you wear ordinary or special clothes?
  16. What is the experience when during the spacewalk?
  17. What do you miss the most during your stay at the ISS?
  18. Does the ISS make noise?
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Contact radioamateur du 26/04/18

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Jeudi 26/04/2018 vers 10H52 UTC (12H52 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre Scott TINGLE (KG5NZA) et trois écoles Polonaise : Zespol Szkoly Podstawowej i Publicznego Gimnazjum w Buczku, Buczek; I Liceum Ogolnoksztacace im. Tadeusza Kosciuszki w Lasku, Lask; Zespol Szkol Ponadgimnazjalnych w Zelowie, Zelow, Pologne.

 

Le contact aura lieu en direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une station Polonaise (SP7KYL) et donc audible sur une partie de l’Europe.

 

 

Le contact sera en anglais.

Voici les questions :

1. Alicja (15, B): What was the most interesting occurrence that you came across during your space trip and at the space station?

2. Piotr (17, Z): What are scientific experiments carried out on the space station at present?

3. Joanna (18, L): Can you describe how did the aurora looked like from the ISS and what did you feel when you saw it the first time?

4. Bartosz (15, B): Does being in space contribute to a faster aging of cells?

5. Magdalena (14, Z): What do astronauts feel while approaching earth during the return?

6. Mateusz (18, L): What do you think about the importance of a HAM radio school contacts?

7. Patrycja (15, B): How do astronauts weld metals while repairing broken ISS station?

8. Jakub (16, Z): How do you keep in touch with your family?

9. Agnieszka (17, L): What do you do on the International Space Station if one of you gets ill and, for example, needs to have an immediate surgical removal of an appendix?

10. Blazej (15, B): How often do you have to correct the ISS orbit to avoid space trash?

11. Nikola (16, Z): Which skills are the most important to become an astronaut?

12. Remigiusz (17, L): Is it hard to get used to weightlessness?

13. Lukasz (14, B): What is your biggest dislike being in space?

14. Bartlomiej (15, Z): How well does your training help you to cope with the mental and physical changes that occur on travel to and from space?

15. Dominik (17, L): What is the maximum duration that your mission in space can be?

Bonne écoute 😀

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Contact radioamateur du 19/04/18

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Jeudi 19/04/2018 vers 12H05 UTC (14H05 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre Ricky ARNOLD, (KE5DAU) et une école Anglaise : Kings High School, Warwick, UK.

Le contact aura lieu en direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une station Anglaise (GB4KHS) et donc audible sur une partie de l’Europe.

 

Pour la vidéo en direct du contact, c’est ici : https://live.ariss.org

 

 

 

Le contact sera en anglais.

Voici les questions :

1. (Eleanor G, Yr12): When we colonize Mars, what is the most important thing we need to learn from our ancestors’ mistakes on Earth?

2. (Florence J, Yr 4): What types of weather can you get on Mars that we would have to tackle if humans were going to live there?

3. (Shubhangi B, Yr12): Considering the research into life support systems on the ISS and research into in-situ resource utilization, how long after the first manned mission to Mars do you think that a Mars colony can be self-sufficient?

4. (Gigi T, Yr9): Now that you are on the ISS would you have done anything differently during training, physically or mentally?

5. (Emma W, Yr12): Having experienced the vastness of space, do you believe there are other forms of life in the universe?

6. (Maddy S-L, Yr11): How has your journey to space changed your perspective on human life?

7. (Imogen M, Yr11): What aspect of space travel do you think needs to be improved in the next 10 years to get us further into space?

8. (Evey H, Yr12): What is the most magnificent place on Earth from space?

9. (Rosie S, Yr7): How does not having daylight or seasons in space affect you compared to being on Earth?

10. (Olivia L, Yr6): Is it true that the atmosphere changes your sense of taste up in space?

11. (Shivanshi B, Yr9): How does the feeling of weightlessness compare to the training underwater on Earth?

12. (Martha F, Yr10): How far into the future is the technology needed to make travelling between solar systems the norm?

13. (Olivia B, Yr11): We all know space can be a dangerous environment. How do you and your fellow astronauts protect yourselves whilst on the ISS?

14. (Emma C, Yr11): What does your training on Earth entail to help you cope with the effects of the lack of gravity on your sleep?

15. (Emma R, Yr9): What part of nature do you miss most from Earth when you are in space?

16. (Holly S, Yr10): How difficult is it for your body to adjust to life in space?

17. (Amy P, Yr9): What’s the one thing that surprised you most when you first saw Earth from space?

18. (Jade B, Yr11): What’s your advice to young people dreaming of becoming involved in space programs?

Bonne écoute 😉

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ARISS 30 : Un an après, ils le rencontrent…

Après avoir parlé avec Thomas PESQUET, en direct de la station spatiale, les élèves gardois ont pu bénéficier d’un rendez vous exceptionnel avec le spationaute français, en visite à Montpellier…

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Contact radioamateur du 21/02/18

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Mercredi 21/02/2018 vers 09H38 UTC (10H38 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre Scott TINGLE, (KG5NZA) et une école Portugaise : l’Agrupamento de Escolas do Fundao, Fundao, Portugale.

 

Le contact aura lieu en direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une station Portugaise (CS5DBB) et donc audible sur une partie de l’Europe.

 

 

Le contact sera en anglais.

Voici les questions :

1. Beatriz (16): What kind of food do you eat on the ISS?

2. Marco (16): What was the daily routine that took you the longest to get used to on the ISS?

3. Joao (16): What do you do in case of a fire on the station?

4. Pedro P. (16): How long did you take to get used to living in low gravity conditions?

5. Pedro B. (16): What kind of scientific experiments can you do in space and not on Earth?

6. Rodrigo (16): What is the most lifelike science fiction movie that you have ever seen?

7. Mariana (16): In which direction do plants grow aboard the International Space Station?

8. Joana (16): What did you feel during the launch?

9. Catarina (16): Do you have to wear any special type of clothes on the ISS?

10. Afonso (16): What do you have to do if someone gets the ISS dirty by, for example, puking on it?

11. Andre (15): What are you doing in your free time to have fun?

12. Diogo (15): What was the hardest experience you ever had on the ISS?

13. Alexandra (16): What kind of physical and psychological preparations did you need to be an astronaut?

14. Rute (15): What did you feel when you saw the Earth from the ISS for the first time?

15. Carmo (16): What do you miss the most when you are staying in the ISS?

Bonne écoute 😉

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Contact radioamateur du 12/02/18 reporté au 14/02/18 12:37:49 UTC

Le contact Radioamateur, initialement prévue pour le Lundi 12/02/2018 entre Scott TINGLE KG5NZA et deux écoles Lituanienne de Vilnius:
– le Vilniaus Jono Basanaviciaus Gymnasium
et
– le Vilniaus Jono Basanaviciaus Progymnasium, à été reporté au mercredi 14/02/18 12:37:49 UTC soit 13h37 heure de Paris pour raison technique à bord de l’ISS.

L’astronaute pour ce nouveau contact sera Joe Acaba KE5DAR.

Le contact aura lieu en direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par la même station Lituanienne (LY1BWB) et donc audible sur une partie de l’Europe.

 

Le contact sera en anglais.

Voici les questions  :

1. Haroldas 18: Jonas Basanavicius was named person of the century in Lithuania. What kind of person would you choose to be your country’s person of the century?
2. Radvilas 14: Can you see Lithuania from your current position?
3. Dominykas 18: What is your opinion about inflatable habitats that were tested in the ISS?
4. Karolis 18: If you could ever travel to one of the planets, which would you choose?
5. Kasparas 18: How your stay in space differs from what you had expected?
6. Lukas 16: Are there any disagreements between crewmembers?
7. Ignas 15: What extreme situations might be faced in the ISS?
8. Mante 16: What was the first thing you saw through the window of the ISS?
9. Gleb 18: Who would you be if you were not an Astronaut?
10. Povilas 13: If you had an opportunity to talk to someone from the past, who would it be?
11. Saule 18: What annoys you the most in ISS?
12. Jurga 18: Is the silence in space deeper than on Earth?
13. Modestas 16: How do you relax in space?
14. Akvile 13: Have you ever seen space junk colliding?
15. Rimgaudas 14: Which do you think is scarier; ascending or landing?
16. Justina 18: According to which time zone do you celebrate New Year?
17. Antanas 16: How do paper planes fly in the space station?
18. Lukas 18: What is going to be your first meal when you come back?
19. Erika 14: Do you use lasers made in Lithuania in your work?
20: Povilas 16: How long does it take you to catch up with fashion?

Bonne écoute 😉

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Contact radioamateur pour le 12/02/2018

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Lundi 12/02/2018 vers 12h45 UTC (13h45 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre Scott TINGLE KG5NZA et deux écoles Lituanienne de Vilnius:
– le Vilniaus Jono Basanaviciaus Gymnasium
et
– le Vilniaus Jono Basanaviciaus Progymnasium,

Le contact aura lieu en direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une station Lituanienne (LY1BWB) et donc audible sur une partie de l’Europe.

 

Le contact sera en anglais.

Voici les questions :

1. Haroldas 18: Jonas Basanavicius was named person of the century in Lithuania. What kind of person would you choose to be your country’s person of the century?
2. Radvilas 14: Can you see Lithuania from your current position?
3. Dominykas 18: What is your opinion about inflatable habitats that were tested in the ISS?
4. Karolis 18: If you could ever travel to one of the planets, which would you choose?
5. Kasparas 18: How your stay in space differs from what you had expected?
6. Lukas 16: Are there any disagreements between crewmembers?
7. Ignas 15: What extreme situations might be faced in the ISS?
8. Mante 16: What was the first thing you saw through the window of the ISS?
9. Gleb 18: Who would you be if you were not an Astronaut?
10. Povilas 13: If you had an opportunity to talk to someone from the past, who would it be?
11. Saule 18: What annoys you the most in ISS?
12. Jurga 18: Is the silence in space deeper than on Earth?
13. Modestas 16: How do you relax in space?
14. Akvile 13: Have you ever seen space junk colliding?
15. Rimgaudas 14: Which do you think is scarier; ascending or landing?
16. Justina 18: According to which time zone do you celebrate New Year?
17. Antanas 16: How do paper planes fly in the space station?
18. Lukas 18: What is going to be your first meal when you come back?
19. Erika 14: Do you use lasers made in Lithuania in your work?
20: Povilas 16: How long does it take you to catch up with fashion?

Bonne écoute 😉

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Thomas PESQUET : Rencontre avec les enfants de Trois Palétuviers à Kourou

En mars dernier, les écoliers de Trois Palétuviers, un petit village amerindien sur la frontière franco-brésilienne, ont pu échanger quelques questions avec le spationaute Thomas PESQUET en mission à bord de l’ISS. Celui ci avait répondu favorablement à leur invitation pour venir les rencontrer et découvrir la Guyane où il n’avait jamais mis les pieds.

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Contact radioamateur pour le 28/11/17

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le 28/11/2017 vers 18h46 UTC (19h46 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre Paolo Nespoli IZØJPA , et le Huntley Centennial Public School, Carp, ON, Canada.

Le contact, qui aura lieu en télé bridge, sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite, sera conduit par IK1SLD, une station italienne, et donc audible sur l’Italie et quelques pays adjacents (notamment la France).

Le contact sera en anglais.

Voici les questions :
1. What is the most interesting research you are doing?
2. How do you talk to your family and friends in outer space?
3. What do you eat and how do you cook in space?
4. How long does it take to get to space station?
5. What do you do to prepare for the re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere and
gravity effects?
6. How is the space station controlled?
7. How long can people stay in space and what is the record?
8. What is the temperature outside of space station and how do you stay warm
both on board and when doing a spacewalk?
9. How is air produced on space station and how often do you bring supplies
on board?
10. What is the training process to become an astronaut?
11. Have you ever regretted being in space?
12. Since the toilet is made for zero gravity, how do you train to use it on
earth?
13. Does your view of the world change after your return from space?
14. What does it feel like returning to earth after being in space?

Bonne écoute 😉

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