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• ARISS contact between ISS and Canada Science and Technology Museum Summer Day Camps 2013-12-28

Added at 2014-08-21 13:37:57

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International Space Station (OR4ISS) - HAM Radio audio downlink of
ARISS contact with participants at Canada Science and Technology Museum Summer Day Camps, Ottawa, ON, Canada and Alexander Gerst KF5ONO via telebridge station IK1SLD in noth Italy.

13.08.2014

Receiving in Austria
by OE5KFM/p

Southgate Amateur Radio News:
http://www.southgatearc.org/news/2014/august/ariss_event_1308.htm#.U-5lAChEDc8


Playlist - Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS):
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0so5VrvHBIqzXLnL3HzbGBlXNrUfxZXp

Participants ask the following questions (as time allows):
1. When you were a kid, did you always know you wanted to be an astronaut?

1:49 Can you tell us about one of the experiments you're doing on the space station, and how it will help us back on Earth?
2:40 I am in the Robotics summer camp at the Museum, and would like to know in what ways robots are being used on the space station?
3:30 I am in the Junior Astronomers Camp at the Museum. What is your favourite planet or moon in our Solar System, and why?
4:03 Do you ever have a good night's sleep on the space station, and do you dream the same way as you do on Earth?
4:38 What is the scariest part of being in space?
5:16 There are people from around the world on the space station, how do you choose which countries astronauts come from, and which ones get to go?
6:01 My least favourite subject in school is Math, but my teacher tells me it is important to learn. Do you ever use mathematics as an astronaut or on the space station?
7:09 What food do you miss the most from Earth?
7:40 Why do you think space travel is important to science and engineering?
8:41 Roberta Bondar was the first Canadian woman in space. Since then, how many women have been in space?
9:35 What are the different jobs an astronaut can have on board the space station?
10:21 If you had not become an astronaut, what profession would you be in?
11:02 Sendoff

14. Would you ever want to go to on a mission to Mars? Why or why not?
15. What is the most valuable thing you have learned since becoming an astronaut?
16. What advice would you give to someone who wants to be an astronaut?

Info by:
David Jordan, AA4KN – ARISS Public Relations

music by
Jason Farnham - YouTube Audio Library




  

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