Contact radioamateur du 14/12/18

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Vendredi 14/12/2018 vers 12H55 UTC (13H55 heure de Paris). Il aura lieu entre, Serena Aunon-Chancellor (KG5TMT) et Kenilworth School and Sixth Form, Kenilworth, Angleterre.

Le contact aura lieu en direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite. Il sera conduit par une station Anglaise (GB4KSN) et donc sera audible depuis la France.

 

 

Le contact sera conduit en Anglais.

 

 

Voici les questions :

1. Max B. (Age 11): What surprised you the most when you entered space?
2. Jacob G. (Age 12): Do you believe there is some form of living extra-terrestrial intelligent lifeforms beyond earth, not just bacteria and fossils?
3. Eva R. (Age 11): During your training would you be able to describe your hardest moment and your most enjoyable experience from your training?
4. George J. (Age 11): How do you find the food in space compared to when you are back on earth?
5. Anya B. (Age 11): When you were a child did you always know you wanted to be an astronaut and fly to space?
6. John T. (Age 13): Where would you prefer to live, on board The ISS or Earth?
7. Elin B. (Age 11): What kind of plant life can be grown on the ISS as there is no oxygen or CO2 in space?
8. Alfie S. (Age 11): Why do liquids when poured out in space, always form round blobs?
9. Freddie B-S. (Age 12): From information that I have read, male astronauts say that “space” smells very metallic. Is it any different for female astronauts in space?
10. Dorottya V. (Age 12): How will it be possible to live on Mars and plant trees, flowers, and create an earth like environment?
11. Sam S. (Age 13): If you are in space, how does the zero gravity make you taller?
12. Clarissa/Elly (Age 12): Is the sunrise brighter than on earth?
13. Simon B. (Age 12): I am interested about Europa which orbits Jupiter. If life was found on Europa, what are the biological protocols to protect indigenous life and samples on or from other worlds?
14. Esme H. (Age 11): How long did it take to get used to life on the space station?
15. Matthew K. (Age 11): What is the daily day to day routine in regards to personal hygiene?
16. Megan M. (Age 12): This is your first visit to the to the International Space Station. What are your thoughts on another opportunity and perhaps take part in a spacewalk?
17. Nuala R. (Age 13): Does it feel like you’re moving when you’re on the ISS or do you just feel as though you are floating in the emptiness of space?
18. Lior I. (Age 14): What do you think will change in space stations in the future decade?
19. Melody H. (Age 11): What’s your favourite thing to do in space?
20. Flora V. (Age 11): When you come back to earth do you see the earth differently than you did before you left?
21. Tom E. (Age 11): What is the strangest thing you have seen in space?

Bonne écoute 😉

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3 réflexions au sujet de « Contact radioamateur du 14/12/18 »

  1. Contact réalisé avec succès réception parfaite depuis les Hauts de France en JO10KL avec en plus la vidéo en retour des enfants en direct sur le site Ariss Live

  2. Contact Radioamateur du 14/12/2018 12H55 UTC, entre Serena Aunon-chancellor KG5TMT – ISS- et Kenilworth Schiller and Skixth From, Kebilworth, Angleterre.
    Le Contact à était conduit par une station Anglaise -GB4KSN-
    Rec réalisé en JN29XL les trois frontières 73’s bonne écoute.

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