Contact ARISS planifié pour le 26 février 2016

arton98Un contact est prlanifié pour l’école de Norwich, Royaume-Uni

Vendredi 26 Février 2016, à environ 14h43 UTC, un contact ARISS est prévu pour les écoles Norwich, Norwich / East Anglia, Royaume-Uni, Royaume-Uni. Le contact direct sera exploité par GB2CNS.

Les signaux provenant de l’espace sera audible sur l’Europe sur 145.800MHz bande étroite FM.

Ce contact sera diffusée sur le site ARISS Principia

présentation de l’école:

Ce contact est un projet de collaboration entre les trois écoles de Norfolk et de leur université locale, UEA. Norwich école emploie une fiducie enseignement Fellow Ogden dont le travail est de 50% dédié à la physique de sensibilisation et elle a dirigé le projet.

Ville de Norwich School (CNS) organisent le lien vers le haut. Reepham Lycée Ayant un observatoire sur place et organisent un événement «repérer la station.

36 écoles ont signé pour être une partie de tout ce que nous avons prévu et ont reçu chacun un kit de radio à l’âge approprié pour une utilisation dans les leçons et clubs financés par RCUK travers le UEA.

Les étudiants vont demander autant des questions suivantes que le temps le permet.

1. Maddy (Aged 13): What do you do if you cut yourself really badly in space?
2. Austin (Aged 16): Are there any protocols or guidance in place if George Clooney comes knocking on the front door as he did in the film Gravity?
3. Sophie (Aged 13): What experiment would you like to add to the program based on the experiences you have had?
4. Max (Aged 11): Do you notice that you are missing natural sunlight and fresh air and in what ways is this affecting you?
5. TBD (Aged 11): How do you get changed in space, won’t your clothes go everywhere?
6. Eden (Aged 12): One of the experiments you are conducting in space is to measure fluid shifts in the body, how does this help us back on Earth?
7. Thomas (Aged 14): Do you think there will be a jump in the design of spacecraft as many are now old?
8. Emily (Aged 13): How different was the training compared to actually going into space?
9. Millie (Aged 15): Do you think the experiments carried out in space will increase in number as the technology improves or will there be technology to recreate this environment on Earth?
10. Erin (Aged 16): Which materials being developed with the electromagnetic levitator will have the largest impact on the development of greener living?
11. Lola (Aged 11): Since being in space have your dreams been different to those on earth?
12. TBD (Aged 11): If everyone in Britain turned their lights on and off at the same time, would you see it?
13. Ella (Aged 17): Which part of the Earth do you like orbiting over the most and why?
14. Amy (Aged 16): I understand that you experience sunrise and sunset sixteen times a day on board the ISS, are you aware of it and does it affect your body clock?
15. Mimi (Aged 11): Do you feel insignificant up in space because perhaps there may be life beyond our planet?
16. Bruno (Aged 15): Is there a song or a piece of art that you think reproduces the feeling of being in a non-gravity zone, if so which one?
17. Aruneesh (Aged 14): Do you play any anti-gravity sport up in space?
18. TBD (Aged 12): If you could live on or explore any planet, which would it be and why?
19. James (Aged 10): If you were allowed to change one feature of a planet, which one would it be and why?
20. Tom (Aged 14): As a plane ascends in the atmosphere, we are told to blow our noses or swallow to minimise pain. How do you deal with this with the g-force you experience in the rocket?

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