An educational radio contact is planned with Park Co. Public Library https://parkco.us/95/Library with Boys & Girls Club of the High Rockies http://www.bgchr.co/, Fairplay, CO, direct via WØW. The ISS callsign is presently scheduled to be NA1SS and the scheduled astronaut is Nick Hague KG5TMV. Contact will be conducted in english and is go for: Mon 2019-04-15 17:15:53 UTC 51 deg.
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Proposed questions generated by the Park Co. Public Library with Boys & Girls Club of the High Rockies students:
1. What’s it like when you first get into space, and how do you like being in space?
2. What’s it like on the International Space Station and was the transition from gravity to no gravity weird?
3. Can you tell if it is day or night there, and like on earth, do you sleep when you don’t see the sun?
4. Are you able to see any other planets where you are?
5. Why did you want to become an astronaut?
6. With no gravity, does your digestive system get messed up?
7. How do you drink water in space without spilling?
8. I live at 10,000 feet and have to drink lots of water to stay hydrated. Does altitude affect your body in space like it does on earth?
9. Does your appetite get bigger in space?
10. Does food expire at the same rate in space as on earth?
11. How do you celebrate holidays up there?
12. What liquids, solids, and gases are you testing on the International Space Station?
13. What new plants have been sent up for experiments?
14. What is the strangest thing you have experimented with in space?
15. Are the experiments you are doing in space going to help the environment down here and help scientists learn things on earth?
16. How long does it take to prepare for a spacewalk? And how long does it take for an airlock to re-pressurize?
17. Did you ever walk in space and what does it feel like?
18. What was the most surprising aspect of taking a spacewalk?
19. How do the doors work on the ISS?
20. How long does it take to recover from an extended trip to the International Space Station?