Es ist ein Funkkontakt zwischen der Internationalen Raumstation und Schulen in irland und Rumänien geplant - dies sollte auch bei uns gut hörbar sein!
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ARISS contact planned for Ireland and Romania
An International Space Station ARISS contact has been planned for astronaut Joe Acaba KE5DAR with Glanmire Community College, Cork, Ireland and Colegiul National Calistrat Hogas Piatra Neamt, Piatra Neamt, Romania.
The event is scheduled Thursday October 26, 2017 at approximately 09.55 UTC.
This contact will be operated by EI1ISS.
Downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz narrowband FM.
Glanmire Community College is located in Ireland, beside the city of Cork. The student body, all of whom are now space fanatics, consists of over 1,000 boys and girls aged between 13 and 18. From building models to choral arrangements, students have enthusiastically prepared for this once in a lifetime opportunity.
All students have studied about the ISS and were given an oppertunity to submit questions to be selected.
Colegiul National "CALISTRAT HOGAS" Piatra-Neamt provides quality services for the educational community by ensuring every student has their individual course of development. An important mission of the high school is to respect human diversity and also to ensure the full safety of the students.
The vision of this school is based on its current status of “university education nursery” and aims to achieve superior performance not only for those who are certified in training, but also to affirm the potential and social fulfillment of our young Romanian generation which is known and acknowledged here in their own country and also abroad.
There are 770 students attending this school, of whom 200 students are enrolled in middle school classes and 570 students in high school classes.
Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:
Odd numbered questions are from Glanmire, Ireland Even numbered questions are from Calistrat Hogas, Romania.
1. Daisy (14): What experiments would Leonardo Da Vinci carry out if he was in your place?
2. Raluca (17): What are some of the most interesting experiments that you have been a part of, in space?
3. Ruairi (17): Could you simulate gravity with a centrifuge on the ISS?
4. Vlad (16): What is your favorite aspect of being in space?
5. Maddie (13): Does your hair & cells grow faster or slower on the ISS?
6. Theodor (16): Is there a limit to the amount of water you can use & how do you get more?
7. Glenn (17): Are microorganisms affected by microgravity, and how does this affect digestion?
8. Andreea (17): Is there a safe time limit in which an astronaut can be in space?
9. Sean (15): Can you give one example of how augmented reality could save time on the ISS?
10. Andi (16): Is time passing slower for you than it is for us?
11. Ciara (13): I read your sense of taste changes on board ISS. Does that mean you could eat the hottest pepper on earth?
12. Alexandru (16): What changes does the human body go through while in space and after going back to Earth?
13. Ruth (16): Will it be possible to carry out deep space exploration without the use of artificial intelligence?
14. Tudor (17): What is the most difficult activity that you encounter every day?
15. Olivia (14): Does the ISS send information in real-time to help to track storms?
16. Andreea (17): What do you usually do in your spare time?
17. Adam (16): Could the robotic arm be used to protect you against space debris?
18. Raluca (17): Does NASA plan any more updates to the station?
19 .Cormac (13): Is it hard to sleep in space as you float?
20. Theodor (16): If the colonization of Mars is reliable, when are we going to start moving there?
ARISS is an international educational outreach program partnering the volunteer support and leadership from AMSAT and IARU societies around the world with the ISS space agencies partners: NASA, Russian Space Agency, ESA, JAXA, and CSA.
ARISS offers an opportunity for students to experience the excitement of Amateur Radio by talking directly with crewmembers on board the International Space Station. Teachers, parents and communities see, first hand, how Amateur Radio and crewmembers on ISS can energize youngsters' interest in science, technology, and learning.