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« Risposta #900 il: 04 Agosto 2017, 07:28:37 »
ARISS contact planned for YOTA, England

An International Space Station ARISS contact has been planned for astronaut
Paolo Nespoli IZ0JPA and the Youngsters on the Air (YOTA) event, which
takes place in UK.

The ARISS contact is scheduled Tuesday August 8, 2017 at approximately
18.38 UTC.

This will be a direct radio contact, operated by GB4YOTA.
Downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz
narrowband FM.

Moreover, Paolo Nespoli IZ0JPA will operate the HamVideo transmitter.

The Goonhilly receiver will be activated sometime Friday (4th August) and
will remain active over the weekend and continue to track the ISS until
Wednesday morning, 9th August. Goonhilly, will be one of several European
HamTV reception ground stations contributing to the reception of the HamTV
signal for the contact itself.

Two web streams will be available:

1. The normal ARISS/BATC website will be available at
https://ariss.batc.tv/hamtv This shows only the HamTV video downlink as
an output from the merger facility, with an indication of which registered
HamTV stations are providing signal input to the merger.

2. The ARISS Operations UK Team will be web streaming from the YOTA event
itself at https://ariss.batc.tv/ This web stream includes introductions
and presentations from the RSGB and the YOTA participants before the
actual contact itself according to the timetable of the event below.

The timetable of the event is as follows. ALL times are UTC times:

17:30 – All participants and guests to be present at the location. The
event web stream (https://ariss.batc.tv/) will start at approximately this
time to capture some of the build-up.

17:40 – Formal start of the RSGB/YOTA introductions and presentations.

18:20 – ARISS Operations in the UK take over the event, give the background
to what is happening, how it is organised and how all the different
elements of the contact are managed.

18:38 – Scheduled time for start of contact with Nespoli operating as
NA1SS. The YOTA participants will be using the GB4YOTA callsign.

18:50 – Approximate end of contact with Nespoli. After closing the
contact, the operator will invite RSGB/YOTA to formally close down the
ARISS event.

YOTA Information:

The Youngsters on the Air (YOTA) event happens every summer and offers a
week-long range of wireless technology activities to 80 young people under
the age of 26. The youngsters are all representing their national amateur
radio societies and come from 28 countries located in IARU Region 1
(Europe, northern Asia, Africa and the Middle East). This year there will
also be a visiting team from Japan.

The 2017 event takes place in the UK at Gilwell Park, the home of the
Scouting movement, and includes a special event station GB17YOTA, a
transceiver kit building workshop, some antenna building, an Amateur Radio
Direction Finding (ARDF) contest and a Summits on the Air (SOTA)
activation. The youngsters will be visiting Bletchley Park, the home of
the Enigma code breakers, the National Radio Centre, and the Science
Museum in London.

Because the event is taking place at the home of Scouting, there will be
around 1000 Scouts on site and we hope to have some of them join us for
the ISS contact.

Special callsign GB4YOTA will also be activated by ARISS for a special
contact with one of the astronauts on board the International Space
Station.

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

1. Do any of you experiment with ham radio in your free time when you are
not obligated to work up there?

2. Typically, how many ham-radio operators are there on the ISS?

3. For ARISS contacts, what frequency bands, and how much power is used to
communicate with the ground stations?

4. What are some of the challenges with sending live HD video from space?

5. How important do you consider your interest in amateur radio to your set
of technical skills?

6. What would you say to encourage YOTA attendees to continue with their
interest in radio?

7. How important is the amateur radio/ham radio setup to ISS backup
communications?

8. How do you maintain communications with the worldwide mission control
centres?

9. How many different types of communication systems does the ISS have?

10. (ONLY IF HAMTV IS ACTIVE) Can you show us your favourite trick with a
water droplet?

11. Do you experience any ionizing phenomena in space that affects the wave
propagation in a POSITIVE or NEGATIVE way?

12. When using amateur radio/ham communication equipment in space, what
kind of problems can cause difficulties How are these resolved?

13. We are talking via voice (and video?). Can you use other modes, such as
straight CW-keys onboard the ISS?

14. What are the main differences between a contact with a ham ground
station and a space agency ground station?

15. What are the differences between the HDEV (High Definition Earth
Viewing) camera and HamTV?”

16. How many cargo supply ships are docked with the ISS at the moment and
do they change the pattern of earth facing communications?”

17. How do you see the ham radio system developing in the next decade?

18. Does everything go according to plan or do parts break and need
replacement. If so, do you have a repair facility on board?

19. In space, can you use social media and messaging with others in the
same way we use it on Earth?

20. How does the oxygen and electricity production work on board of a
spaceship?

21. In which direction do plants grow onboard the space station?

22. What do you do in case of a fire onboard the ISS?


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.


73,

Gaston Bertels – ON4WF
ARISS Europe

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« Risposta #901 il: 04 Agosto 2017, 10:10:38 »
Appena terminato un passaggio favorevole, ma senza alcun risultato; ho però sentito un paio di chiamate da un IZ3, che probabilmente chiamava la ISS, ma quando questa era già sopra la Grecia


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73 a tutti,, purtroppo c'è sempre qualcuno che non ha ancora capito che la ISS è come un ponte radioamatoriale e bisogna chiamare sulla frequenza d'ingresso e non di uscita... 145.800 mhz è la frequenza d'uscita downlink, 145.200 mhz è la frequenza di ingresso uplink,  c'è anche chi in barba alle regole piazza transponder o ci parla sopra per gli affari suoi ma per chi vuole chiamare la ISS dovrebbe almeno informarsi prima su come funziona e non fare brutte figure perchè poi c'è anche lo sceriffo di turno che risponde in modo sgarbato e non è piacevole, del tipo non sò se la brutta figura  la fà chi chiama la ISS o chi gli dà dell'ignorante...
Spero di non essere io lo sceriffo!
Grazie per la precisazione sulle due frequenze, non lo sapevo, c'è da imparare tutti i giorni (specialmente da chi le cose le sa). Non sono ancora un radioamatore e quindi non trasmetto, faccio solo ascolto e lettura per imparare.
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« Risposta #902 il: 04 Agosto 2017, 10:51:25 »
Quanto rimarra' Nespoli lassu'?

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« Risposta #903 il: 04 Agosto 2017, 11:16:15 »
Dicembre, sappiamo anche i motivi...
Natural fisiologici umani.

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« Risposta #904 il: 04 Agosto 2017, 11:25:42 »
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« Risposta #905 il: 04 Agosto 2017, 13:16:45 »
...me lo son chiesto + volte pure io...cosa?

Perchè visto il costo della ISS usano ancora apparati vintage? Verò è che non è una priorità,però...!!!
...oltretutto non costerebbero nulla a loro o meglio,penso che marchi di radio e antenne, noti e/o non noti sarebbero orgogliosi e felici di montare a bordo i loro apparati e antenne...o no? :rool: :rool: :rool:
Molto "terra terra", per lo spazio vale il concetto che se si rompe deve funzionare comunque, e se si rompesse di più, deve funzionare ancora più di prima e al limite possa essere riparato alla bisogna direttamente dagli astronauti. Vale anche per le radio dedicate ai collegamenti ham? Non lo so per certo, ma sicuramente in caso gli altri sistemi di comunicazione saltassero è sempre una radio che può tornare utile. Basta ricordare l'Apollo 13 e il fatto che lo spazio è per noi un ambiente ostile.


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« Risposta #906 il: 04 Agosto 2017, 15:39:04 »
Appena terminato un passaggio favorevole, ma senza alcun risultato; ho però sentito un paio di chiamate da un IZ3, che probabilmente chiamava la ISS, ma quando questa era già sopra la Grecia


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73 a tutti,, purtroppo c'è sempre qualcuno che non ha ancora capito che la ISS è come un ponte radioamatoriale e bisogna chiamare sulla frequenza d'ingresso e non di uscita... 145.800 mhz è la frequenza d'uscita downlink, 145.200 mhz è la frequenza di ingresso uplink,  c'è anche chi in barba alle regole piazza transponder o ci parla sopra per gli affari suoi ma per chi vuole chiamare la ISS dovrebbe almeno informarsi prima su come funziona e non fare brutte figure perchè poi c'è anche lo sceriffo di turno che risponde in modo sgarbato e non è piacevole, del tipo non sò se la brutta figura  la fà chi chiama la ISS o chi gli dà dell'ignorante...
Spero di non essere io lo sceriffo!
Grazie per la precisazione sulle due frequenze, non lo sapevo, c'è da imparare tutti i giorni (specialmente da chi le cose le sa). Non sono ancora un radioamatore e quindi non trasmetto, faccio solo ascolto e lettura per imparare.
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73 a tutti, il radioamatore  sceriffo è chi risponde in modo poco carino disturbando più del radioamatore inesperto, del tipo chi ti ha dato la patente  ecc... di questi soggetti per fortuna ce ne sono pochi ma sono sempre presenti  anche in hf per le spedizioni dx ecc... il massimo poi è quando in caso di terremoti si piazzano sulle frequenze d'emergenza e per tenerle libere fanno più problemi di chi incautamente chiama sopra...


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« Risposta #907 il: 04 Agosto 2017, 16:35:17 »
Appena terminato un passaggio favorevole, ma senza alcun risultato; ho però sentito un paio di chiamate da un IZ3, che probabilmente chiamava la ISS, ma quando questa era già sopra la Grecia


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73 a tutti,, purtroppo c'è sempre qualcuno che non ha ancora capito che la ISS è come un ponte radioamatoriale e bisogna chiamare sulla frequenza d'ingresso e non di uscita... 145.800 mhz è la frequenza d'uscita downlink, 145.200 mhz è la frequenza di ingresso uplink,  c'è anche chi in barba alle regole piazza transponder o ci parla sopra per gli affari suoi ma per chi vuole chiamare la ISS dovrebbe almeno informarsi prima su come funziona e non fare brutte figure perchè poi c'è anche lo sceriffo di turno che risponde in modo sgarbato e non è piacevole, del tipo non sò se la brutta figura  la fà chi chiama la ISS o chi gli dà dell'ignorante...
Spero di non essere io lo sceriffo!
Grazie per la precisazione sulle due frequenze, non lo sapevo, c'è da imparare tutti i giorni (specialmente da chi le cose le sa). Non sono ancora un radioamatore e quindi non trasmetto, faccio solo ascolto e lettura per imparare.
Buona giornata

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73 a tutti, il radioamatore  sceriffo è chi risponde in modo poco carino disturbando più del radioamatore inesperto, del tipo chi ti ha dato la patente  ecc... di questi soggetti per fortuna ce ne sono pochi ma sono sempre presenti  anche in hf per le spedizioni dx ecc... il massimo poi è quando in caso di terremoti si piazzano sulle frequenze d'emergenza e per tenerle libere fanno più problemi di chi incautamente chiama sopra...
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« Risposta #908 il: 05 Agosto 2017, 10:05:32 »
ARISS contact planned for YOTA, England

An International Space Station ARISS contact has been planned for astronaut
Paolo Nespoli IZ0JPA and the Youngsters on the Air (YOTA) event, which
takes place in UK.

The ARISS contact is scheduled Tuesday August 8, 2017 at approximately
18.38 UTC.

This will be a direct radio contact, operated by GB4YOTA.
Downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz
narrowband FM.

Moreover, Paolo Nespoli IZ0JPA will operate the HamVideo transmitter.

The Goonhilly receiver will be activated sometime Friday (4th August) and
will remain active over the weekend and continue to track the ISS until
Wednesday morning, 9th August. Goonhilly, will be one of several European
HamTV reception ground stations contributing to the reception of the HamTV
signal for the contact itself.

Two web streams will be available:

1. The normal ARISS/BATC website will be available at
https://ariss.batc.tv/hamtv This shows only the HamTV video downlink as
an output from the merger facility, with an indication of which registered
HamTV stations are providing signal input to the merger.

2. The ARISS Operations UK Team will be web streaming from the YOTA event
itself at https://ariss.batc.tv/ This web stream includes introductions
and presentations from the RSGB and the YOTA participants before the
actual contact itself according to the timetable of the event below.

The timetable of the event is as follows. ALL times are UTC times:

17:30 – All participants and guests to be present at the location. The
event web stream (https://ariss.batc.tv/) will start at approximately this
time to capture some of the build-up.

17:40 – Formal start of the RSGB/YOTA introductions and presentations.

18:20 – ARISS Operations in the UK take over the event, give the background
to what is happening, how it is organised and how all the different
elements of the contact are managed.

18:38 – Scheduled time for start of contact with Nespoli operating as
NA1SS. The YOTA participants will be using the GB4YOTA callsign.

18:50 – Approximate end of contact with Nespoli. After closing the
contact, the operator will invite RSGB/YOTA to formally close down the
ARISS event.

YOTA Information:

The Youngsters on the Air (YOTA) event happens every summer and offers a
week-long range of wireless technology activities to 80 young people under
the age of 26. The youngsters are all representing their national amateur
radio societies and come from 28 countries located in IARU Region 1
(Europe, northern Asia, Africa and the Middle East). This year there will
also be a visiting team from Japan.

The 2017 event takes place in the UK at Gilwell Park, the home of the
Scouting movement, and includes a special event station GB17YOTA, a
transceiver kit building workshop, some antenna building, an Amateur Radio
Direction Finding (ARDF) contest and a Summits on the Air (SOTA)
activation. The youngsters will be visiting Bletchley Park, the home of
the Enigma code breakers, the National Radio Centre, and the Science
Museum in London.

Because the event is taking place at the home of Scouting, there will be
around 1000 Scouts on site and we hope to have some of them join us for
the ISS contact.

Special callsign GB4YOTA will also be activated by ARISS for a special
contact with one of the astronauts on board the International Space
Station.

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

1. Do any of you experiment with ham radio in your free time when you are
not obligated to work up there?

2. Typically, how many ham-radio operators are there on the ISS?

3. For ARISS contacts, what frequency bands, and how much power is used to
communicate with the ground stations?

4. What are some of the challenges with sending live HD video from space?

5. How important do you consider your interest in amateur radio to your set
of technical skills?

6. What would you say to encourage YOTA attendees to continue with their
interest in radio?

7. How important is the amateur radio/ham radio setup to ISS backup
communications?

8. How do you maintain communications with the worldwide mission control
centres?

9. How many different types of communication systems does the ISS have?

10. (ONLY IF HAMTV IS ACTIVE) Can you show us your favourite trick with a
water droplet?

11. Do you experience any ionizing phenomena in space that affects the wave
propagation in a POSITIVE or NEGATIVE way?

12. When using amateur radio/ham communication equipment in space, what
kind of problems can cause difficulties How are these resolved?

13. We are talking via voice (and video?). Can you use other modes, such as
straight CW-keys onboard the ISS?

14. What are the main differences between a contact with a ham ground
station and a space agency ground station?

15. What are the differences between the HDEV (High Definition Earth
Viewing) camera and HamTV?”

16. How many cargo supply ships are docked with the ISS at the moment and
do they change the pattern of earth facing communications?”

17. How do you see the ham radio system developing in the next decade?

18. Does everything go according to plan or do parts break and need
replacement. If so, do you have a repair facility on board?

19. In space, can you use social media and messaging with others in the
same way we use it on Earth?

20. How does the oxygen and electricity production work on board of a
spaceship?

21. In which direction do plants grow onboard the space station?

22. What do you do in case of a fire onboard the ISS?


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.


73,

Gaston Bertels – ON4WF
ARISS Europe

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« Risposta #909 il: 29 Settembre 2017, 15:18:24 »
ARISS contact planned for Northern Canada

An International Space Station ARISS contact has been planned for astronaut
Paolo Nespoli IZ0JPA with Kugluktuk High School, Kugluktuk, Nunavut,
Canada.

The event is scheduled Tuesday October 3, 2017 at approximately 15.32 UTC,
which is 17.32 CEST.

The telebridge radio contact will be operated by IK1SLD, .located in Italy.
Downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz
narrowband FM.

School Information:

Kugluktuk is situated at the confluence of the Coppermine River and the
Coronation Gulf. The hamlet has a population of approximately 1600 people;
JHI KHS serve over 400 fabulous students from K to 12.

‘Kugluk’ is the Innunaqtun word for 'fast moving water’, ‘tuk’ means
'place of’. The Copper Inuit have survived & thrived in this area
for generations.

We are located at latitude 67º 50’ N and longitude 115º 06’ W. Being 142 km
north of the Arctic Circle means that the sun does not rise for 34 days in
the winter and does not set for more than a month after May 28 in the
summer. We are a fascinating people who live in a dynamic environment
characterized by extreme variations!

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

1. How much longer will the space station be in operation?

2. The next space station is planned for a moon orbit, why a moon orbit?

3. What is the longest we can stay in space given the present technology on
the ISS?

4. Are there any plans to build gravity modules for the space station and
will this allow us to stay longer in space?

5. What is the greatest challenge facing you on space station?

6. What is the most important qualification or attribute one can have to
seek out a career involving work in space?

7. What long term impacts occur to those who stay in space for long
periods, if any?

8. What is daily life like on space station - do you follow a schedule?

9. Did you change your diet in preparation for space life or can you eat
most of the same foods?

10. What are the impacts of zero gravity on overall digestive function?

11. Besides humans, what other life forms do you have on board?

12. How long can the space station last in orbit without any rocket boost
to maintain its orbit?

13. Do you ever fly over the Artic and what does that look like from up
there?

14. Does space look different from where you are?


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.


73,

Gaston Bertels – ON4WF
ARISS Europe

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« Risposta #910 il: 06 Ottobre 2017, 10:39:18 »
ARISS contact planned for Montenegro

An International Space Station ARISS contact has been planned for astronaut
Joe Acaba KE5DAR with Elementary School “21st of May”, Podgorica,
Montenegro.

The event is scheduled Wednesday October 11, 2017 at approximately 11.48
UTC, which is 13.48 CEST.

This direct radio contact will be operated by 4OØISS.

Downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz
narrowband FM.

School Information:

Primary School '21 May' Podgorica was opened on 21st may 2010, the
marking date of the independence in Montenegro. In the first year of its
operation, the school enrolled 540 students to attend classes given for
the first nine years of their formal education. But the number of enrolled
students is constantly increasing on daily basis, and thus enumerating 920
students today. Although opened seven years ago, this is still the
youngest educational institution in Podgorica with classrooms and other
facilities equipped with most modern teaching aids.

The school promotes many extracurricullar activities and after school
clubs: choir, chess club, learning foreign languages, acting, literary
circle. The school sports club is characterized by having departments in
football, basketball and volleyball. Teaching process is attended on
regular daily basis by 20 pupils with special educational needs, and 25
pupils, members of the Roma population, side by side with the rest of the
students who gain their primary education in this institution.

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

1. Atena (12): What happens if a space rock hits that little space ship in
a certain place, and breaks something inside there, what do the astronauts
do?

2. Vukan (12): Do you have some funny moments in non-gravity space?

3. Berna (12): Do you listen to music in the space?

4. Andrija (12): What did you feel like the first time you went to space?

5. Jelena (12): How do you take a shower?

6. Nemanja (13): What are you going to do when you see an asteroid that is
going straight to hit the Earth?

7. Ajsa (12): Can you really see the Great Wall of China or any other
man-made buildings from the space?

8. Bogdan (12): Are you afraid that something could go wrong with the
spaceship or your space suits at any moment?

9. Milica (12): Is it hard to stay up there without your loved ones, family
and friends?

10. Pavle (12): What happens when you go out of the space station and
gravity of the planet pulls you away?

11. Iva (13): Do you lose weight while orbiting Earth in your spaceship on
your missions?

12. Dorde (12): Do you get along with your partners at the station and on
the ship?

13. Jelena (12): Do you know what happens in the black hole?

14. Amer (12): Is it possible to cry in space?

15. Mia (13): Have you ever seen anything weird in space?

16. Risto (13): Is your suit very heavy to wear?

17. Sofija (12): Time is different in space, so do the astronauts age
differently?

18. Nemanja (13): How do you sleep in space?

19. Stasa (13): Would you ever live in space?

20. Miona (13): Were you afraid during launch?


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.

73,

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ARISS Europe

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« Risposta #911 il: 16 Ottobre 2017, 07:39:35 »
ARISS contact planned for Ireland and Sweden.

An International Space Station ARISS contact has been planned for astronaut
Paolo Nespoli IZ0JPA with Tallaght Community School, Dublin, Ireland and
Gymnasium Räddningsgymnasiet Sando, Sandöverken, Sweden.

The event is scheduled Thursday October 19, 2017 at approximately 12.49
UTC, which is 14.49 CEST.

This direct radio contact will be operated by EI1ISS.
The signals will be relayed from Ireland to Sweden by telebridge.

Downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz
narrowband FM.

School Information:

Tallaght Community School is located in Dublin city in Ireland. The school
was chosen for the event as it is in a disadvantaged area and the school
works hard to prepare and encourage students to pursue some form of
further education. The school has 900 students aged 12 to 18 years and all
will take part in the event. All students have studied about the ISS and
were given an opportunity to submit questions to be selected.

Sandö is located about 400 Km to the North of Stockholm. The participating
schools are Räddningsgymnasiet Sandö, Minerva school Ånge and the NTI
Gymnasium Sundsvall. Together they count 550 students ranging from ages 12
to 19. Sandö Räddningsgymnasium is close to nature and overlooks a
beautiful fjord. Besides teaching science programs, the gymnasium offers
courses in civil crisis management, firefighting as well as search and
rescue. Students are prepared for a career as teachers, nurses,
psychologist, firemen, fire engineers and policemen. Together with the
Folke Bernadotte academy as well as other governmental organisations, they
create an understanding of and a preparedness for international
assignments. Part of the education is that the students travel around the
world to learn from existing fire and rescue situations. Amateur Radio is
also included in the student’s graduate projects.

The NTI Gymnasium Sundsvall or the Northern Technical institute,
established 1968 offers courses in digital techniques, internet technology
and other forms of digital communication. The institute has about 250
students. Minerva school Ånge teaches younger students from age 12 to 15
and has of about 200 students enrolled.


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

Odd numbered questions are from Tallaght, Ireland
Even numbered questions are from Sando, Sweden

1. Amy (14): What is your favourite view from the ISS?

2. Medina (16): Do you ever think children will be allowed to travel into
space with astronauts?

3. Dean (14): If you had the chance would you change or add anything to the
design of the ISS?

4. Anton (18): Is this job the most challenging job you have ever done?

5. Eimintas (16): What is the longest time you have spent on a spacewalk
and what did you do?

6. Linna (15): Does the ISS have a black box like an aircraft?

7. Emma (12): Who inspired you to become an astronaut?

8. Valentina (17): Have space experiments resulted in something useful
which is used on earth?

9. James (17): What training did you do to prepare for space walks?

10. Emil (14) Have you ever encountered an anomaly that has baffled you?

11. Trudy(15): This is your third trip to space, did it take your body more
time to adjust to earth’s gravity the second time you landed?

12. Erik (18): What education in physics and engineering is required to
become an astronaut?

13. Abbie (15): When your mission is over what will you miss the most and
least about life on the ISS?

14. Sofia:(17: )Does your view of life change after seeing earth from
another perspective?

15. Jack (12): Can you tell us about some of the interesting experiments
you are conducting on the ISS?

16. Sanna (17): Are you allowed to bring along private things like photos?

17. Levente (15): Is the ISS ever affected by Solar radiation surges from
the sun?

18. Felicia (19): Do you use “private” communication channels when talking
with your family?

19. Lee (12): Have you had any fun or exhilarating experiences so far on
your mission?

20. Jenna (16): How does it feel to see earth from such a distance for the
first time?


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.


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« Risposta #912 il: 16 Ottobre 2017, 07:40:05 »
ARISS contact planned for two schools in Italy

An International Space Station ARISS contact has been planned for astronaut
Paolo Nespoli IZØJPA with Istituto Scolastico Comprensivo “Nardi”, Porto
San Giorgio, Italy and I.C. Michelangelo Buonarroti, Marina di Carrara,
Italy.

The event is scheduled Saturday October 21, 2017 at approximately 09.31
UTC, which is 11.31 CEST.

This direct radio contact will be operated by IQ5VR and I6KZR.

Downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz
narrowband FM.

The onboard HamVideo tramsitter will be operated and streaming video will
be available at:
https://ariss.batc.tv/hamtv/

School Information:

Istituto Scolastico Comprensivo “Nardi”
It hosts about 450 students, for a total of 19 classes, placed on two
school placements, one north and one south of town. A section have a
musical address and the students study a musical instrument, in addition
to the regular daily curriculum, one of the activities that accompany the
individual study of an instrument, the boys play in the orchestra and this
activity particularly promotes the cohesion of the group and offers A
social alternative. The "middle school" age group requires a
special commitment and expose itself to a charge of empathy such as to
pass on our children the passion for knowledge, study and curiosity
towards everything that is being presented to us. Our school is very
committed to the issues surrounding the environment, research and
scientific evolution, communication and legality. Large space is reserved
for languages: music, motor, chart through multimedia equipment and radio.
It actively collaborates with the various educational agencies of the
territory and with the local body that allow us to expand our training
offer and favor the social development of our boys.

I.C. Michelangelo Buonarroti
The name of our school derives from the great Italian artist Michelangelo
Buonarroti. It is a primary and secondary ( first grade) school in Marina
di Carrara, between the sea and the mountains ( Alpi Apuane). Our students
are about 900 divided into five structures. We have a lot of laboratories
and a planetarium too. We have activities related to astronomy,
scientific, humanistic and artistic area and we are working about a lot of
scientific projects. (age 11-14)


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

1. Il lancio ti ha creato forti sensazioni o problemi?

2. Quanto tempo ci si impiega per arrivare dalla Terra alla stazione
spaziale?

3. Quanto è importante la stazione radioamatoriale a bordo della stazione
spaziale?

4. Quale è l’esperimento più stimolante che hai fatto?

5. Quanti esperimenti devi fare ancora?

6. Fai dei sogni durante il sonno? Come ti senti al risveglio?

7. Ci sono odori particolari all'interno della stazione?

8. Le piante in quale direzione crescono a bordo della stazione spaziale?

9. Quanto è bella l'Italia vista dalla stazione spaziale?

10. Che tipo di allenamento fai prima di andare nello spazio?

11. E' vero che hai potuto gustare un caffè espresso sulla ISS?

12. Che cosa bisogna studiare per diventare un astronauta?

13. E’ difficile andare in bagno e lavarsi?

14. Qual è il tuo pasto preferito? Come viene preparato?

15. Hai mai visto un uragano dalla stazione spaziale?

16. Come ti tieni in forma sulla ISS?

17. La stazione spaziale ha motori?

18. Che cosa ne pensi della “conquista” di Marte?

19. Qual è l'esperienza che ricordi con grande emozione?

20. Credi che ci siano altre forme di vita su altre galassie o pianeti?


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.


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« Risposta #913 il: 24 Ottobre 2017, 14:52:08 »
ARISS contact planned for Mackay, Australia

An International Space Station ARISS contact has been planned for astronaut
Paolo Nespoli IZØJPA with Beaconsfield State School, Mackay,
Queensland, Australia.

The event is scheduled Thursday October 26, 2017 at approximately 08.23 UTC.

This telebridge contact will be operated by IK1SLD, located in northern
Italy.
Downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz
narrowband FM.

The onboard HamVideo transmitter will possibly be operated and streaming
video could be available at
https://ariss.batc.tv/hamtv/

School Information:
Beaconsfield State School is an Education Queensland Primary School that
caters for approximately 315 children from Prep to Year six. The school is
in the northern suburbs of Mackay. The school's mission is to develop
students who are safe, respectful and responsible life-long learners,
through the implementation of School Wide Positive Behaviour Support. Our
ongoing focus for improvement in Literacy has delivered a whole school
approach to reading – Reading on the Same Page, with a focus on SCORE as a
strategy for reading comprehension, which is part of every teacher's
classroom practice when teaching Reading. Our staff use Explicit
Instruction as our signature pedagogy for teaching and learning. Our
students are involved in many sporting opportunities representing
Beaconsfield, Cumberland, Mackay, Central Queensland and Queensland in
individual and team sports. Our performing arts program provides an
excellent music education with a strong tradition of success. The school
provides instrumental music tuition in strings, brass, percussion and
woodwind, with students becoming involved in regional band competitions
and instrumental music camps.

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

1. Lucas: Can you see what the weather conditions are like on Earth from
space?

2. Sian: Is it comfortable sleeping in space?

3. Zara: What was your dream when you were little?

4. Taya: Is it sometimes lonely in space?

5. Chase: Has there ever been a medical emergency in space?

6. Albert: How long do you stay in the space station for?

7. Kahdeesjah: What is the hardest thing you have had to do in space?

8. Aiden: What does Australia look like from space?

9. Sam: What are your favourite things to do in space?

10. Sophia: Why did you become an astronaut?

11. Penny: What do you miss most about Earth?

12. Lucy: Is space beautiful?

13. Stevie: What do you eat in space?


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.


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« Risposta #914 il: 24 Ottobre 2017, 14:52:53 »
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.

School Information:
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.


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« Risposta #915 il: 31 Ottobre 2017, 14:29:15 »
ARISS contact planned for Livorno and Lomazzo, Italy

An International Space Station ARISS contact has been planned for astronaut
Paolo Nespoli IZØJPA with Liceo Scientifico ‘Francesco Cecioni”,
Livorno, Italy and Liceo Artistico Melotti, Lomazzo, Italy.

The event is scheduled Friday November 3, 2017 at approximately 9.27 UTC.
This contact will be operated by IQ5LI.
Downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz
narrowband FM.

HamTV is planned for this contact.:
https://ariss.batc.tv/hamtv/

School Information:

The liceo scientifico "Francesco Cecioni" in Livorno is a high
school with about 1200 students. The school was born in 1972 as a
subsidiary but in 1974 already got its own identity for the experimental
and innovative methods introduced as response to the demanding instruction
innovation. Since 2010 the school has four specializations: scientific,
linguistic, artistic and humanistic; the half of the students follow the
scientific specialization. From the '80s, Liceo Cecioni sent its
representatives to the final rounds of the national competition in math
and physics. At present, astrophysics is the topic of the
"Astrolab" program, reserved for the best students of the school
and organized in collaboration with a network that includes: TNG at Las
Palmas (Canary), Pisa and Pavia University, Arcetri Observatory (Florence)
and S.Marcello Pistoiese Observatory (Pistoia). The deep involvement in
the "Zero Robotics" competition has increased the interest of
the students in the space research.

Liceo Artistico “Melotti” in Lomazzo (Como) is arts high school addresses
the study of aesthetic phenomena and artistic practice. It promotes the
acquisition of specific methods of research and artistic production and
the competence of related languages and techniques. It provides students
with the tools necessary to know the artistic heritage in its historical
and cultural context and to fully appreciate its presence and value in
today's society. It helps students to deepen and develop their
knowledge and competences and to mature the skills necessary to give
expression to their creativity and design skills in the field of arts.
(Age 14-18)

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

1. Come ‘è la percezione del tempo lassù?

2. Dopo tutto ciò che hai visto c’è ancora qualcosa che può impressionarti?

3. Cosa ti piace di più della vita nello spazio a gravità zero?

4. Hai mai avuto paura mentre ti trovavi nello Spazio?

5. Come gestisci o sfoghi le tue emozioni e tensioni sulla ISS?

6. Quanti anni hai studiato per diventare ciò che sei ora?

7. Ti sarebbe utile un sistema di realtà virtuale che simuli la vita sulla
terra?

8. Qual è di preciso il tuo ruolo nella stazione orbitale?

9. Qual è il problema più difficile che hai incontrato durante la tua
missione?

10. Quante volte sei stato nello Spazio?

11. Qual è il problema di convivenza più grosso a bordo della ISS?

12. Cosa provi quando ti rendi conto di essere lontano dalla Terra?

13. Cosa provi quando guardi fuori nello spazio?

14. Ti è mai capitato di vedere qualcosa di strano fuori nello Spazio?

15. Quando eri piccolo ti sarebbe piaciuto diventare astronauta?

16. Che significato ha per te essere un astronauta?

17. Come cambia il tuo umore quando sei nello spazio rispetto a quando sei
a terra?

18. Puoi affermare di avere realizzato il tuo sogno e che è tutto ciò che
hai sempre voluto?

19. Qual è la cosa che più ti spaventa riguardo alla tua missione?

20. Credi che un giorno la tecnologia potrà darci la possibilità di
popolare un altro pianeta?

21. E’ fastidiosa la sensazione di “pesantezza” che hai al lancio?

22. Ti relazioni ogni giorno con la bellezza, la maestosità e la stranezza
dello spazio; la tua concezione di questi termini è cambiata rispetto a
quando eri sulla terra?

23. Hai la possibilità di personalizzare un tuo spazio sulla stazione
spaziale?

24. Cos’e la prima cosa che pensi guardando la terra da lì?

25. Quale uso immagini per le sfere di Zero-Robotics?

26. Sei stato chiamato dall’ ESA oppure hai mandato un curriculum?

27. La prima volta che sei stato nello spazio è stata la più memorabile?

28. Quanto è durata la preparazione a questo viaggio?

29. Quale cambiamento nel tuo fisico noti quando vivi a lungo nello spazio?

30. C’è mai stata qualche emergenza e se sì, come agite?

31. Qual è stata la “scintilla” che ha acceso la tua passione per lo spazio?

32. Che scopo hanno le tue missioni?

33. E’ mai accaduto a qualcuno di prendersi un raffreddore o un’altra
malattia a bordo della ISS?

34. Si riesce a vedere l’inquinamento prodotto dalla terra nello spazio?

35. Cosa accade quando uno starnutisce a bordo della ISS?

36. Le manca la sua famiglia?

37. Come gestireste una situazione di emergenza medica a bordo?

38. Prima di partire occorre una preparazione fisica e di che tipo?

39. Quali sono gli odori dominanti a bordo della stazione spaziale?

40. Che cosa ti affascina di più nello spazio

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
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« Risposta #916 il: 07 Novembre 2017, 10:41:54 »
ARISS contact planned for Rutigliano, Terlizzi and Trani Italy

An International Space Station ARISS contact has been planned for astronaut
Paolo Nespoli IZØJPA with Liceo Statale “Ilaria Alpi”, Rutigliano, Italy,
I.I.S.S. “T.Fiore-C.Sylos”, Terlizzi, Italy, and Liceo Scientifico
“Valdemaro Vecchi”, Trani, Italy.

The event is scheduled Saturday November 11, 2017 at approximately 11.16
UTC.
This telebridge contact will be operated by VK4KHZ, located in Australia..

HamTV is planned for this contact.:
https://ariss.batc.tv/hamtv/

School Information:

Liceo Statale “Ilaria Alpi” is a Secondary School which offers different
courses for students aged 13-18. It was founded in 1973 as dependent
school and it became autonomous in 2006.
Since 1997 we offer two experimental course: Scientific Studies and
Technologic Studies.
In 1998 a Linguistic course and a Social Sciences course were added.
During this period the school has grown from 9 to 30 classes of students.
According to the Gelmini Reform, we teach some subject, such as Maths
Physics and Science, using CLIL methodology. Our school is located in a
small town in Southern Italy, about 20 Km from Bari, in a rural area
mainly concerned in fruit and vegetable export.
The teaching staff and pupils are open to changes and innovation. In 2011
we took part in the
Comenius Partnerships “Maths is everywhere” which aimed to give a new
dimension oh Maths teaching to applying new methods and to learn maths as
a part of everyday life.

The high school I.I.S.S. “T.FIORE-SYLOS” in Terlizzi is characterized
because it ensures a basic training extensive and deeper in science than
in the humanities, with an emphasis on the study of foreign languages.It
provides cultural and methodological tools to understand in depth the
reality through the acquisition of rational , creative, design and
critical attitudes in front of different
situations, phenomenas and problems. It promotes the development of
knowledge, skills and competencies consistent with capacities and personal
choices, depending on the continuation of studies or of inclusion into the
world of work. In the scientific laboratory are made chemical,
physical and biological experiences such as the measurement of the PH using
indicators;
the analysis of cellular tissues of animals and plants; the separation of
mixtures through filtration and paper chromatography; the test of the law
of Boyle; the determination of the density substances and the volume of
materials; experiences on the kinematics of a material point, on the
principle of Archimedes and on the laws of dynamics.

Liceo Scientifico “Valdemaro Vecchi” provides students with a sound
preparation that is mainly grounded on both the knowledge of scientific
subjects, supported by the development of logical and critical abilities,
and an efficient self-study method. Beside the traditional path offered by
the “liceo scientifico” (high school specializing in scientific subjects)
aimed at studying the connection between scientific culture and humanistic
tradition, we also offer the “applied sciences” option which provides the
students with really advanced competences in the studies relevant to a
scientific and technologic culture.

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

1. Alessia: Come viene ricavato l’ossigeno per il fabbisogno degli
astronauti a bordo della ISS?
2. Antonella: Dai vostri esperimenti sulla ISS si potranno dedurre
invenzioni tecnologiche utili nell’immediato?
3. Luigi: La Stazione Spaziale è un sistema chiuso. Come viene assicurata
la chiusura del ciclo, cioè il riutilizzo degli scarti di tutti i processi
che si svolgono all’interno?
4. Domenica: Sappiamo che a bordo state coltivando delle piante, che tipo
di esperimenti state eseguendo?
5. Angela: Sulla ISS si fanno studi al fine di controllare le condizioni
metereologiche del nostro pianeta?
6. Marcello: Le ricerche condotte sulle colture cellulari rivelano che la
loro crescita è facilitata od ostacolata dalla microgravità?
7. Giada: Quali sono le tecniche di riabilitazione a cui siete sottoposti
al vostro rientro?
8. Lucia: Quali insegnanti hanno avuto un ruolo importante nella tua vita?
9. Andrea: Come influenza la comune percezione del tempo il fatto di
osservare più albe e tramonti nella medesima giornata?
10. Ania: La ISS è stata progettata cosi come la vediamo, perché assume
questa forma?
11. Fabrizio: Che cosa si sogna durante le missioni nello spazio?
12. Antonio: In relazione alla sua recente videoconferenza con il Papa,
crede sia possibile il dialogo tra scienza e fede?
13. Chicca: Il Metabolismo umano come si comporta in assenza di gravita? Il
tuo metabolismo come sta reagendo?
14. Maria: In che modo lo stress dello spazio determina una mutazione
accelerata dei batteri rendendoli più pericolosi?
15. Fabio: Qual è il contributo scientifico, tecnologico e finanziario che
l’Italia offre a tale missione?
16. Chicca: E’ possibile la procreazione nello spazio?
17. Alessandra: Quali conseguenze potrebbero scaturire dalla contaminazione
con batteri non terrestri provenienti da pianeti, comete e satelliti che
esploriamo?
18. Lisa: Attualmente quali sono le ipotesi avanzate sulla possibilità che
le nuove generazioni siano in grado di vivere nello spazio senza
conseguenze permanenti sul DNA, in ragione dell’azione dei raggi cosmici?
19. Francesco: Nel momento in cui un meteorite impatta con la ISS in che
modo e possibile abbandonare la Stazione Spaziale?
20. Marcella: So che è stata scoperta una grotta lunare lunga 50 Km e alta
1000 m dove si potrebbe trovare ghiaccio utilizzabile per colonie umane.
Secondo lei è possibile che si possa formare una colonia umana sulla luna
ed eventualmente su altri pianeti?
21. Nicola: Come è progettata la tuta spaziale in modo da garantire la
sicurezza personale e la funzionalità nello svolgimento delle azioni
necessarie?

Translation
1. Alessia: How is oxygen obtained for astronauts' needs on board ISS?
(Ilaria Alpi)
2. Antonella: Will your experiments on the ISS be turned into useful
technological inventions in the immediate future? (Tommaso Fiore)
3. Luigi: The Space Station is a closed system. How is the closing of the
recycle process ensured, that is, the reuse of the waste of all the
processes taking place inside? (V.Vecchi)
4. Domenica: We know that on board you are cultivating plants, what kind of
experiments are you doing? (Ilaria Alpi)
5. Angela: Is ISS doing studies to control the weather conditions of our
planet? (Tommaso Fiore)
6. Marcello: Does research conducted on cell cultures reveals that their
growth is facilitated or obstructed by microgravity? (V.Vecchi)
7. Jade: What are the rehabilitation techniques you undergo upon your
return? (Ilaria Alpi)
8. Lucia: What teachers have played an important role in your life?
(Tommaso Fiore)
9. Andrea: How does the common perception of time influence the observation
of sunrise and sunset on the same day? (V.Vecchi)
10. Ania: Was ISS designed as we see it, why did it assume this form?
(Ilaria Alpi)
11. Fabrizio: What do you dream about during space missions (Tommaso Fiore)
12. Antonio: In connection with the recent videoconference with the Pope,
is it possible that a dialogue between science and faith is possible?
(V.Vecchi)
13. Chicca: How does human metabolism behave in the absence of gravity? How
does your metabolism react? (Ilaria Alpi)
14. Mary: How does space stress cause an accelerated mutation of bacteria
making them more dangerous? (Tommaso Fiore)
15. Fabio: What is the scientific, technological and financial contribution
that Italy offers to this mission? (V.Vecchi)
16. Chicca: Is it possible for procreation to occur in space? (Ilaria Alpi)
17. Alessandra: What could be the consequences of contamination with
non-terrestrial bacteria from planets, comets and satellites we explore?
(Tommaso Fiore)
18. Lisa: At present, what are the hypotheses advanced about the
possibility that new generations can live in space without permanent
consequences on DNA, because of the action of cosmic rays? (V.Vecchi)
19. Francesco: When a meteorite impacts with ISS how can you leave the
Space Station? (Ilaria Alpi)
20. Marcella: I know that a lunar cave was discovered 50 km long and 1000 m
high where one could find ice usable for human colonies. According to her,
is it possible that a human colony can be formed on the moon and
eventually on other planets? (Tommaso Fiore)
21. Nicola: How is the space suit designed to ensure personal safety and
functionality in carrying out the necessary actions? (V.Vecchi).



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.


73,

Gaston Bertels – ON4WF
ARISS Europe

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« Risposta #917 il: 27 Novembre 2017, 14:20:21 »
ARISS contact planned for Canada

An International Space Station school contact has been planned for Paolo
Nespoli IZØJPA with participants at Huntley Centennial Public School,
Carp, ON, Canada on 28 Nov.

The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 18:46 UTC.

The contact will be a telebridge between IR0ISS and IK1SLD.
The contact should be audible over Italy and adjacent areas.
Interested parties are invited to listen in on the 145.80 MHz downlink.
The language is expected to be English.

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

1. What is the most interesting research you are doing?
2. How do you talk to your family and friends in outer space?
3. What do you eat and how do you cook in space?
4. How long does it take to get to space station?
5. What do you do to prepare for the re-entry into Earth's atmosphere
and
gravity effects?
6. How is the space station controlled?
7. How long can people stay in space and what is the record?
8. What is the temperature outside of space station and how do you stay warm
both on board and when doing a spacewalk?
9. How is air produced on space station and how often do you bring supplies
on board?
10. What is the training process to become an astronaut?
11. Have you ever regretted being in space?
12. Since the toilet is made for zero gravity, how do you train to use it on
earth?
13. Does your view of the world change after your return from space?
14. What does it feel like returning to earth after being in space?


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.


73,

Gaston Bertels – ON4WF
ARISS Europe

73 da DeltaSQ - IU2GLO

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« Risposta #918 il: 13 Dicembre 2017, 16:45:04 »
domani mattina il nostro Paolo Nespoli sta per tornare sulla tera, c'è la possibilità di ascoltare qualcosa?


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« Risposta #919 il: 13 Dicembre 2017, 22:36:43 »
domani mattina il nostro Paolo Nespoli sta per tornare sulla tera, c'è la possibilità di ascoltare qualcosa?
73 a tutti, se Nespoli parte quando la ISS è ricevibile prova a 143.625 mhz, è la frequenza di servizio che usano i russi...

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« Risposta #921 il: 23 Luglio 2018, 15:02:17 »
Salve a tutti, qualcuno sa a quando le prossime trasmissioni della iss??? Ultimamente sto cercando di ascoltarla ma con pessimi risultati!!!

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« Risposta #922 il: 24 Luglio 2019, 10:39:36 »
Salve a tutti,

con la missione Expedition 60, abbiamo nuovamente il nostro Luca Parmitano a orbitare sulle nostre teste,
avevo letto che fosse appassionato di comunicazioni radioamatoriali e che di tanto in tanto si dedicava all'attività
a bordo della ISS,

sapete se sono state comunicate news e/o appuntamenti on-air ufficiali?
e le frequenze, purtroppo, sono sempre solo queste V-Uhf?

https://spaceflight.nasa.gov/station/reference/radio/

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« Risposta #923 il: 24 Luglio 2019, 11:17:35 »
salve a tutti

dovrebbe esserci attività in sstv (in fm a 145.800) dal 29 di luglio fino al 4 agosto. attenzione attività prevista.
software consigliato per la ricezionbe delle immagini e hardware:

mmsstv (windows)
rxsstv
orbitron (con i dati telemetrici aggiornati)
ricevitore vhf su 145.800
antenna vhf anche una 5/8 lambda
con orbitron aggiornato potete vedere minuto per minuto dove e la posizione della iss e prevedere quando saranno i passaggi sull'europa in quei giorni.
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« Risposta #924 il: 24 Luglio 2019, 11:43:41 »
cmq è confermato dal 29 luglio al 4 agosto ci sono programmati 2 eventi in sstv a 145.800 fm.
la notizia gira da 2 giorni sui gruppi, ma negli ultimi tempi parebbe che il trasmettitore vhf sul modulo russo esca male (modulazione bassa al limite della decodifica).
sul modulo russo che se non sbaglio si chiama zarya hanno un kenwood tm 741 o qualcosa del genere.