ARISS School Contact 18 August 2022, 17:45 UTC, direct via VE3SWA

Cambridge Amaterur Radio Club (picture: facebook @CARCSWARC)

An educational radio contact is planned with Cambridge Public Library and Idea Exchange, Cambridge, ON, Canada, direct via VE3SWA.

The ISS callsign is presently scheduled to be NA1SS and the scheduled crewmember is Kjell Lindgren KO5MOS. Contact is go for: Thursaday 18 August 2022, 17:45:15 UTC, 66 deg.

Downlink downlink signals from ISS will be audible above Canadian interested area on 145.800 MHz narrowband FM ; the conversation will be in English. RX only! Credit: AMSAT.


Proposed questions generated by the Cambridge Public Library and Idea Exchange students:

1. How long does it take an astronaut to go to space?

2. Is space fun?

3. Has anybody been to Pluto yet?

4. How fast does a rocket go?

5. How does the spaceship not hit asteroids in space?

6. Is the sun yellow or white?

7. What is your favourite planet?

8. How do you sleep in space?

9. Do you like the food here or in space better?

10. How do you stay happy?

11. Do you miss your family?

12. Is there candy in space?

13. What do you do if you are feeling bored?

14. What is your favourite thing you have seen in space?

15. How do you go to the washroom in space?

16. How long are you in space for?

17. How do you eat? Does it just float away?

18. How big is the engine of a spaceship?

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