ARISS udibili dall’Europa

Due collegamenti ARISS udibili dall’Europa 8 Ottobre 2019

Due collegamenti ARISS udibili dall’Europa programmati per l’8 Ottobre 2019 12:51 UTC e 14:29 UTC

Per il giorno 8 Ottobre 2019 sono stati schedulati due collegamenti ARISS in modalità diretta, udibili dall’Europa sintonizzandosi sul downlink della ISS, 145.800 MHz FM, come ricordiamo sempre, in sola ricezione.
Il primo è previsto per le 12:51:26 UTC e vede coinvolta la Bampton School, Bampton, United Kingdom e avverrà via G2LV. Il callsign per la ISS sarà OR4ISS. L’astronauta schedulato potrà essere Drew Morgan KI5AAA oppure Luca Parmitano KF5KDP (non è ancora stabilito).
L’evento sarà trasmesso in streaming e sarà in lingua inglese, di seguito le domande preparate dai ragazzi della Bampton School:
  • Has the International Space Station ever suffered any damage from a meteor strike?
  • How can space be made accessible to people with disabilities?
  • How long will it take you to get used to gravity again when you get home?
  • What would happen if I took a snowball into space?
  • How do you get to and from the International Space Station?
  • If you cut yourself in space, who acts as the doctor to fix it for you?
  • Do you dream differently in space or dream of anything in particular?
  • If I kick a football in space, how far would it travel?
  • When you were a child did you want to go to space and is there anything that disappointed you about it?
  • What does it feel like when you are in a rocket and you are about to get shot into space?
  • If you could make one improvement to the International Space Station, what would it be?
  • The International Space Station travels at 5 miles per second, can you feel it moving when travelling fast like you can on earth?
  • The International Space Station is so fast, how does it not crash into the other satellites that are also in orbit?
  • Did you have any concerns looking back at Earth for the first time?
  • How many planets have you seen from the International Space Station?
  • If you could grow any plant in the International Space Station what would it be?
  • How long have you been on the International Space Station and how long do you think you could stay there for?
  • What time goes your clock show on the Space Station? Is it USA, UK, Russian or Japan time?
  • Do you get to keep your customised seat or anything else as a souvenir of your trip?
  • We are getting aware about the amount of rubbish on earth, are you worried about the amount of space junk and can you see it?
Il secondo evento è previsto per le 14:29:21 UTC e vede coinvolto il Collège Robert Doisneau, Sarralbe, France, e avverrà via F6KFT .
Il callsign per la ISS sarà OR4ISS e l’astronauta schedulato è Luca Parmitano KF5KDP.
Il dialogo avverrà in lingua francese, di seguito, le domande preparate dagli studenti:
  • Avez vous peur lorsque vous faites une sortie dans l’espace?
  • Que mangez vous?
  • Combien de temps travaillez vous chaque jour?
  • Avez-vous constate des changements physiques a cause de l’absence de gravite?
  • Est il difficile de vivre ensemble dans la station ISS?
  • Avez vous assez d’espace, de pieces pour vivre dans la station ISS?
  • Faites vous du sport dans la station et lequel?
  • Quels details de la Terre voyez vous depuis l’espace?
  • Quelle tache est la plus compliquee a realiser en apesanteur?
  • Pourquoi avez vous choisi ce metier?
  • Est ce votre premier voyage dans l’espace?
  • Combien de temps avez vous mis pour vous preparer à cette mission?
  • Comment dormez vous?
  • Combien de temps allez vous rester dans la station?
  • Quelles sont vos sensations quand vous quittez la Terre?
  • Comment et a quelle frequence communiquez vous avec vos proches?
  • Est ce que vous vous ennuyez parfois dans la station?
  • Quelle est votre perception du temps dans la station?
  • Quelles sont les experiences que vous realisez?
  • Est il difficile de s’adapter a la vie dans l’espace?
  • Are you afraid when you are outside in space?
  • What do you eat?
  • How long do you work each day?
  • Do you notice any changes on your body because of zero gravity?
  • Isn’t it difficult to live together in ISS?
  • Do you have room enough to move in ISS?
  • Can you do sport and how?
  • What do you see about Earth?
  • What is the most difficult thing to do with zero gravity?
  • Why did you choose this job?
  • Is it your first trip in space?
  • How long did it take to get ready for this mission?
  • How do you sleep?
  • How long are you staying in ISS?
  • How do you feel when you leave Earth?
  • How and how often do you communicate with your relatives?
  • Can it be sometimes boring to live in a space station?
  • Which perception of time do you have from up there?
  • What kind of experience do you do?
  • Is it hard to adapt to this way of living?


 
 
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