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MessageSujet: Contact ARISS    Dim 23 Juin - 14:53

Bonjour , 

contact prévu le 26 06 2013.

Wednesday June 26, ARISS contact scheduled with school in Zagreb, Croatia.

An International Space Station school contact is scheduled with participants at Ruder Boskovic Technical School, Zagreb, Croatia. The event is to begin at approximately 17:31 UTC, which is 19:31 CEST.

This will be a direct contact operated by 9A1A.

Interested parties are invited to listen to the downlink signals on 145.800 MHz FM. The downlink signals will be audible over Europe.

The event will be webstreamed on:
http://mod.carnet.hr/index.php?q=watch&id=2631

School presentation:

Ruder Boskovic Technical School in Zagreb is a secondary school with more then a sixty year tradition. Since it was founded in 1948, it has been one of the highest rated schools in northwestern part of Croatia, on the present county of Grad Zagreb. It was named in honour to famous Croatian 18th century mathematician, astronomer, physicist, philosopher and theologian Ruder Boskovic who was born in Dubrovnik.

The school building is situated in southeastern industrial part of the city of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. There are many classrooms. Several well equipped computer rooms, specialized rooms, workshops, a library, a canteen, gym and sports playgrounds on the school grounds. There are 44 classes devided in 4 grades and 4 school educational programs : IT technician,electronics technician, mechatronics technician and optician. There are approximately 1.100 students aged 15 to 19, and more then 110 professors.

The school principal is Mrs Durdica Fustar, a physics and chemistry professor. The students have achieved many excellent results in different levels of competitions, fairs and exhibitions in fields of innovation, youth technical creativity, IT, electrical engineering, mechatronics, mathematics, physics, foreign languages and sports. A lot of humanitarian work has been performed, as well as blood donating actions, which have been successfully organized in the School for more then thirty years.

Since this school year, 1st year students have been given an opportunity to attend elective subjects of mathematics and renewable energy sources, whereas 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders have had a wider choice of elective subjects, like as art of communicating, physics, English, technical drawing and constructing, ecology and web design.

As for extracurricular activities, there is the RUDER INFO school newspaper group, INDUSTRIJSKA ZONA drama group, RUDER esthetical – ecological group, TEACHER’S LITTLE MISTAK school band, RUDER innovator’s club, RUDER student’s cooperative, RUDER photo movie club and RUDERASICE female dance group.

High quality in all educational programs is ensured not only for numerous elective subjects and extracurricular activities, but also by tutorials for weaker students, which results in successful placement of former students on labor market, as well as enrollment in higher educational institutions, i.e. colleges and universities.

For many years, our best final year students have been granted automatic enrollment in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, both institutions of the University of Zagreb, which ranks the School among the best vocational schools in Republic of Croatia. This has also been officialy confirmed through many awards, commendations and decorations received from many technical and civil societies and institutions.

Since January 2013 the school has an amateur radio station with call sign 9A1RBZ. Students who passed exam in December 2012 are active on the club station. Their mentors are members of Hrvatski DX Klub, 9A1A.


The conversation with the astronaut will be conducted in English. Students will ask as many of following questions as time allows:

1. Ivan: How do you get to the ISS? How long does the trip last to get there?
2. Matija: How long does the austronaut training program last? Is it difficult?
3. Marija: How long do the preparations for launching into the space last?
4. Ilija: How long do space missions on the ISS last?
5. Willi: Is it difficult to operate a spacecraft like the ISS?
6. Kristijan: How do you get enough water and electricity supply in the ISS?
7. Roberta: How do you sleep in the ISS and have you got your own beds?
8. Jura: What do you eat and what is your diet like? Is there a diet plan?
9. Martin. How do you practice personal hygiene?
10. Eugen: How does your body withstand a long stay on the ISS?
11. Mihaela: How long does it take to orbit the Earth once?
12. Marko: How do you move the ISS when some space garbage is approaching you?
13. Dinko: How often do you contact your family and in what ways?
14. Ervin: What kind of medical treatment do you receive when you get sick?
15. Josip: What is the procedure in case of a solar storm?
16. Antonio: How do you make outdoor repairs on the ISS?
17. Luka: What is your favorite free-time activity?
18. Josip: What do you miss most in the outer space?
19. Kristijan: What is the most beautiful or inspiring thing you have seen in space?
20. Bernard: Would you like to be on the first human spacecraft dispatched to Mars?
21. Tomislav: What do you do in dangerous situations, for example when bigger meteorites approach the ISS?
22. Josip: How do you return to Earth after your mission has finished?
23. Robert: Do you ever feel desire to return home?
24. Kristijan: What is the most difficult thing to get used to when you arrive at the ISS?
25. Tomislav: How long can a human stay in space?
26. Petar: What is the temperature inside and outside the ISS?
27. Antonio: Is it difficult to operate such valuable equipment?
28. Karlo: Is it difficult to be an astronaut?
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MessageSujet: Re: Contact ARISS    Jeu 27 Juin - 17:15

Bonjour ,

le prochain contact.

Saturday June 29, ARISS contact scheduled with schools in Italy

An International Space Station school contact is scheduled with participants of Scuola Secondaria 1 grado Arturo Toscanini, Capiago Intimiano, Italy and Scuola Media Massimiliano Kolbe, Vercurago, Lecco, Italy.

The event is to begin at approximately 11:50 UTC, which is 13:50 CEST. This will be a direct contact operated by IZ2WLC, assisted by IK1SLD.

Interested parties are invited to listen to the downlink signals on 145.800 MHz FM. The downlink signals will be audible over Europe.
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MessageSujet: Re: Contact ARISS    Mer 28 Aoû - 7:53

Bonjour ,


Friday August 30, ARISS contact scheduled with youth group in the Netherlands – Downlink audible in Europe

An International Space Station educational contact is scheduled Friday August 30, 2013 with participants of Amicale Space Camp organized by Sterrenlab for children of the European Patent Office/NL, Leiden, The Netherlands.

The event is to begin at approximately 12:11:43 UTC , which is 14:12 CEST.

This will be a direct contact operated by PA3GUO.
Interested parties are invited to listen to the downlink signal on 145.800MHz FM.

Presentation:

Sterrenlab is a small company in the field of science communication and education, specialized in the organization of international science and space camps for children and teenagers.The European Patent Office is a European organization with several sites in Europe.

The conversation with astronaut Christopher J. Cassidy KF5KDR will be conducted in English. Participants will ask as many of following questions as time allows:

1. Niels(13): Where do you come from?
2. Tom(9): Do you think aliens exist?
3. Mateo(8): Can you see the Netherlands from the Space Station? And your house?
4. Sophie(9): Do you have animals on board the International Space Station?
5. Marie France(9): Are you homesick?
6. Servane(11): Do you have children?
7. Louanne(9): Did you participate to survival camps during your astronaut training?
8. Quentin(11): Would you prefer going to the Moon, to Mars or to an asteroid?
9. Esther(10): What languages do you speak?
10. CamillE(10): What was your favorite subject at school?
11. Maria Joao(13): Do you think the space agencies will soon detect an exoplanet with alien forms of life?
12. Fernanda(12): Do you have chocolate on the Space Station?
13. Miriam Alexia(12): Did you have many friends when you were a child?
14. Adelie(9): How is called the rocket you flew with?
15. Nicholas(11): Do you ever have issues with your crew mates?
16. Christophe(12): If you would meet an alien, what would you tell him?
17. Francois(10): When are you coming back to Earth?
18. Nico(12): What’s your favorite sport?
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MessageSujet: Re: Contact ARISS    Ven 30 Aoû - 12:15

Bonjour ,

Saturday August 31, ARISS contact scheduled with India. Downlink audible in Europe

An International Space Station school contact has been planned with participants at Gwalior Glory High School, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India on 31 Aug. The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 11:22 UTC, which is 13:22 CEST.

The contact will be a telebridge between IR0ISS and IK1SLD, located in Northern Italy. The contact should be audible in Europe. Interested parties are invited to listen in on the 145.800 MHz downlink. The contact is expected to be conducted in English.

Gwalior Glory High School was established in Gwalior in the year 1991. Affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, it has been running successfully over the years and has grown since inception from primary to a full fledged senior secondary school. Its unique curriculum, zest, zeal and an onward driving force have made it possible to attain the highest levels of excellence.

Sprawled over a lush green area of 24 Bighas, the school is imaginatively designed and aesthetically constructed. The school campus is complete in itself, being well equipped with ultra modern facilities to cater to the holistic development of the child.

The school encompasses a wide area in serving the academic and co curricular interests of boys and girls from Playgroup to Class Twelve in an amiable, conducive environment, providing opportunities to develop them into moral, confident, capable and responsible citizens having courage and positive attitude to take up any challenge.

Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:

1. How do astronauts breathe?
2. Is ISS like a house?
3. How do astronauts bathe?
4. Can you see cyclones or pollution there?
5. Do you see sunrise or sunset there?
6. Can you see a shooting star?
7. What does it feel like to be in outer space?
8. How long does your oxygen supply last during an eva?
9. Do you feel homesick?
10. How do you cope up with zero gravity?
11. What do you do when you get sick in space?
12. How do you go for a shave or a haircut?
13. What is the cuisine of food that you eat in space?
14. How doe it feel like to blast off in space?
15. What do you do for recreation?
16. Is the space Scary?
17. Have you kept a souvenir?
18. How many hours of training you have done at Zero gravity on earth before
getting in to the space?
19. It is _________ time in India what is the time there?
20. If you could bring only one luxury to space with you what would it be?
21. Can you see the solar and lunar eclipse there?
22. What sounds do you hear in your surroundings?
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MessageSujet: Re: Contact ARISS    Ven 6 Sep - 17:17

Bonjour ,

Monday September 9, ARISS contact scheduled with Swiss school

An International Space Station school contact has been planned with participants at S.A.M.T. (Scuola Arti Mestieri Trevano), Canobbio, Switzerland. The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 07:17 UTC, which is 09:17 CEST.

The contact will be a direct operated by HB9OK. The contact should be audible in Europe. Interested parties are invited to listen in on the 145.800 MHz downlink. The contact is expected to be conducted in Italian by astronaut Luca Parmitano KF5KDP.

The S.A.M.T. (Scuola Arti Mestieri Trevano) school for multimedia electronics operates in the fields of electronics and computer technology (audio and video devices, computer science, telecommunications, etc.). The AFC (certificate of professional capacity) and the school’s technical qualifications certificate enable students to access university studies in the fields of Electronics, Telecommunications and Computer Technology.

Participants, aged 14-18, will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:

1. Come passate le vostre giornate sulla ISS?
2. Come fate a rimanere in contatto con la famiglia?
3. Nel tuo tempo libero, hai mai fatto una importante scoperta "casuale"?
4. Quali sono i tuoi hobby sulla ISS, dopo una giornata di lavoro?
5. Cosa si prova a stare in assenza di peso?
6. Cosa ti manca di più della terra?
7. Pur sapendo tutti i rischi che correte, riuscite ad andare a letto tranquilli?
8. Qual è il piano di emergenza medica per una malattia grave o infortunio?
9. Sono pericolose le passeggiate spaziali?
10. Siete in grado di vedere le stelle cadenti?
11. Che consiglio daresti a qualcuno che vuole diventare un astronauta?
12. Con quali criteri e obiettivi e stata scelta l’orbita della ISS?
13. Come mai tutte queste nazioni hanno deciso di unire le proprie forze in un unico progetto?
14. Vi è mai capitato di poter osservare una supernova dalla stazione spaziale?
15. Quando si lavora su progetti con gli astronauti di altri paesi le differenze linguistiche causano problemi?
16.Che genere di esperimenti scientifici fai?
17. Qual e stata la tua prima frase o pensieri quando hai incontrato la microgravità per la prima volta?
18. Quale tipo di cibo si mangia sulla ISS?
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MessageSujet: Re: Contact ARISS    Ven 13 Sep - 19:39


Bonjour à tous,

La station internationale ISS a rendez vous avec une école italienne le 16 septembre à 8h04 UTC (10h04 locales). Le contact sera opéré par IZ2GOJ et sera audible sur 145.800MHz. Le contact se fera en italien avec l’astronaute Luca Parmitano KF5KDP.

Liste des questions en italien :

1. Antonio: Quale emozione hai provato quando hai saputo di dover andare sulla ISS?
2. Alberto: La strada che hai percorso per diventare un astronauta e’ stata complicata e dura?
3. Sabrina: Qual e’ l’aspetto del tuo lavoro che ti piace di più? E quello che ti piace meno?
4. Lorenzo: Quanti anni ti sei allenato per andare sulla ISS?
5. Sofia: Che emozioni si provano quando si abbandona la Terra?
6. Andrea: Come ti immaginavi lo spazio prima di averne esperienza diretta e cosa ti piace di pi?
7. Mattia: Sognavi da bambino di diventare astronauta? I tuoi genitori hanno approvato da subito?
8. Matilde: Poiché nello spazio tutto « galleggia », ricorrete ad un particolare tipo di cibo: ma e’ buono?
9. Lorenzo: Hai mai visto qualcosa di strano nello spazio che ti ha fatto pensare ad altre forme di vita?
10. Michela: Come fai per lavarti? A noi sembra impossibile, perché l’acqua fluttua senza gravità?
11. Filippo: Che sensazione si prova in orbita? Mi chiedo se hai mai pensato di paragonarti ad un diversamente abile in quelle condizioni?
12. Lorenzo: La preparazione che hai affrontato sulla Terra ti  bastata oppure hai dovuto far fronte a problemi imprevisti?
13. Sofia: Nello spazio c’è sempre qualcosa da fare o in alcuni momenti ci si annoia?
14. Elena: Come è una giornata sulla stazione spaziale?
15. Beatrice: Come fai a dormire in assenza di gravità?
16. Matilde: Se potessi, quale pianeta vorresti esplorare?
17. Chiara: Sei capitano dell’Aeronautica Militare e hai pilotato oltre 20 tipi di velivoli: quale è il più complesso?
18. Sabrina: Puoi raccontarci qualche curiosità sul viaggio di andata sulla ISS?
19. Margherita: Hai nostalgia della Terra?
20. Gaia: Al rientro è dura ricominciare la vita quotidiana? La riabilitazione difficile? In che cosa consiste e quanto dura?

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MessageSujet: Re: Contact ARISS    Mar 22 Oct - 16:42


Bonjour,


La station ISS a rendez vous le 23 octobre à 12h43 UTC (14h23 locales) avec l’école « IPSSEOA, Castellana Grotte » à Bitonto en Italie.

C’est un contact direct en italien, entre IR0ISS et IZ7RTN. Les réponses seront audibles sur l’Europe sur 145.800 MHz et le contact sera visible sur internet.

Liste des questions en italien.



Questions

1. Giovanni: Che tipo di cibo viene usato a bordo della ISS?
2. Noemi: Come vi organizzate in caso di emergenza o malore di un astronauta?
3. Davide : Come fate a mantenere in allenamento il vostro fisico a bordo della ISS?
4. Stefano: Quale tipo di esperimenti effettuate a bordo della ISS?
5. Sandro: E’ vero che gli alcuni abiti che usate a bordo possono essere regolabili (cambiare di taglia)?
6. Serena: Hai avuto voglia di tornare fuori la ISS dopo le tue due attività extraveicolari?
7. Francesco: Come viene rifornita la ISS?
8. Annateresa: Qual è la percezione del tempo a bordo della ISS?
9. Sandro : Come è stata costruita la ISS?
10. Mietta: Quanto dura la preparazione per una missione sulla ISS?
11. Tania: Avete bisogno di reintegrare vitamine, sali minerali e altro oltre l’alimentazione a bordo?
12. Luana: Quali sono le attività svolgi a bordo della ISS?
13. Francesco: I cibi che consumate nello spazio hanno una scadenza?
14. Edoardo: Si sta progettando una missione su Marte. Come stanno procedendo le attività di preparazione?
15. Sabrina: Ci sono aziende italiane che producono cibo per gli astronauti?
16. Gianluca: Con che frequenza hai contatti con I tuoi famigliari sulla terra?
17. Sabrina: Il vostro metabolismo si modifica in assenza di gravità?
18. Arcangelo: Qual è la cosa che più ti manca della terra?
19. Francesco : E’ vero che a bordo della ISS è stato installato un macchinario per il riciclo di rifiuti organici?
20. Pietro: Cosa pensi del turismo spaziale?
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MessageSujet: Re: Contact ARISS    Dim 27 Oct - 9:33


Pris le contact d'hier à 14h00 locale avec une école italienne :

La station ISS avait rendez vous avec l’école « Vittorio Emanuele II » de Rome en Italie et avec l’école « Pediatrico Giovanni XXIII » de Bari le 26 octobre à 11h55 UTC (13h55 locales). C’était un contact direct en italien, entre IR0ISS et IK0USO


Bonne réception ici avec quelques coupures...

Perte du signal à 14h03 environ.


http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x16giq5_contact-ariss-avec-la-station-spatiale-iss-le-26-10-2013_tech
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