Un contact radioamateur est prévu le 21/07/2023 vers 17H54 UTC (19H54 heure de Paris).
Il aura lieu entre l’astronaute Sultan Al Neyadi (KI5VTV) et le Camp William B. Snyder, Haymarket, VA, Etats-Unis.
Le contact sera en télébridge sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite.
Il sera conduit par une station italienne (IK1SLD) et donc audible depuis la France.
Le contact sera conduit en anglais.
Students First Names & Questions:
1.Have the skillsets desired by the astronaut selection committee changed overtime?
2.Did you have to learn all the languages spoken by the individual crew members on the ISS?
3.What would you like to do when you retire from being an astronaut?
4.Have you seen any objects like debris in space – if so, what was that like?
5.Have you or your colleagues ever gotten sick while in space? How do you take care of yourself or get better?
6.Do you have time to pursue any hobbies while at ISS?
7.We raced blastcars in STEM Scouts this year. These are basically pinewood derby cars, with a CO2 cartridge (engine) attached to them. How would that work aboard the ISS?
8.How do you stay in touch with your family and friends while on missions?
9.Do you see more stars from the space station, than looking at them from Earth?
10.What is the long term impacts to your health by living on the ISS?
11.What does a day in the live of an astronaut look like?
12.What are some of the science experiments you have worked on while at the ISS?
13.Do you get regular time off while aboard the ISS, and what do you do during your time off?
14.Do you have any advice for young people who may be interested in becoming an astronaut?
15.Will the mission to the moon open the door for different science experiments? How so?