Un contact ARISS est prévu avec une école Suisse de Kantonsschule Zug le 31 Octobre 2011 à 14H56 UTC.
Le contact sera audible au dessus de l’Europe sur 145.80 MHz. il sera mené en langue anglaise.
Vous trouverez ci-dessous la liste des questions proposées :
1. What is the ISS’s most significant contribution to science ?
2. Have astronauts achieved any scientific developments or gained any
knowledge that one couldn’t achieve or gain on earth ?
3. How does the ISS evade space debris that is a threat to the station ?
4. How do you protect yourself against ionizing radiation ?
5. How much energy does the solar panels of the ISS produce ?
6. Now that the Space Shuttles are out of service, how does this affect the
transports to the ISS ?
7. What was the most fascinating phenomenon you’ve ever seen in space ?
8. Which technological advancements might make space missions easier for
astronauts in the future ?
9. When you have to cook in space, how do you manage that in zero gravity ?
10. What do you do in case of fire on the ISS ?
11. Do you get tired slower or faster in zero gravity ?
12. When do you sleep in space ?
13. When you go to sleep, what do you hear ? What are the most common noises ?
14. Have you already any results from experiment PLANTS 2 ?
15. Do you have spare time ? If yes, what do you do in your spare time ?
16. What do you do against the development of bad smells on the ISS ?
17. What would you ask yourself if you were in our position forming a
question for an astronaut ?
18. Whilst staying on board the ISS, have you ever thought about the fact
that you’re in a container in the middle of a vacuum with absolutely no
air to breathe outside ?
19. How do you go to the toilet in space ?
20. How cold is it in outer space ?
21. Are there any cultural problems between the astronauts on the ISS ?