Activités ISS / Radioamateurs

Contact radioamateur du 22/03/2021

Un contact Radioamateur aura lieu le Lundi 22/03/21 à 18H27 UTC (19H27 heure de Paris).

Il aura lieu entre Shannon WALKER (KD5DXB) et le Oakwood School, Morgan Hill, CA, USA.
Le contact aura lieu en télébridge sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite avec la station Italienne (IK1SLD) et donc sera audible depuis la France



Voici les questions :

  1. What is your favorite place on the ISS?
  2. Are you currently conducting any experiments yourself?
  3. What was your favorite part of Astronaut training?
  4. What advice do you have for a 6-year-old that wants to be an astronaut?
  5. What is the hardest thing you have had to do in space?
  6. Is the coronavirus on the ISS and do you need to wear masks?
  7. Do you and your crewmates play games in space?
  8. Can you still do your favorite Earth hobbies on the ISS?
  9. Are your astronaut outfits customizable (like can you make them different colors)?
  10. What happens if there is a medical emergency on the ISS?
  11. Who was your role model growing up and how have they helped you succeed in becoming an astronaut?
  12. How do you communicate with all the astronauts that come from different countries?
  13. Who is your favorite Avenger/superhero and why?
  14. What is the object you miss the most that is on planet Earth?
  15. What was the hardest part of the training, and did you think you were going to pass?
  16. Do the constellations from the space station look different from how they do on Earth?
  17. We’ve noticed you use a lot of towels– what if you run out of towels?
  18. Although zero-gravity sounds fun at first, does it get “old” after a while?
  19. If you were given the chance, would you like to be the first person to mars?
  20. How do you stay connected with your family on Earth while in space and how long do you get to talk or see them?

La station radio amateur ARISS du module Columbus de la Station spatiale internationale est à nouveau opérationnelle.

Après Environ 6 semaines de silence, la radio de la Station spatiale internationale (ARISS) du module Columbus est à nouveau opérationnelle. La station Columbus, qui utilise généralement l’indicatif d’appel NA1SS, est la principale station de radio amateur ARISS utilisée pour les contacts scolaires et d’autres activités.
Lors d’une sortie dans l’espace du 13 mars Mike Hopkins, KF5LJG et Victor Glover, KI5BKC, ont rétabli le câblage de l’antenne dans sa configuration d’origine.
Le transpondeur APRS a été activé quelques jours, espérons qu’il en soit de même pour le transpondeur FM.



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